Donovan & Ho has been ranked by the Legal 500 Asia Pacific 2018 in the following categories:

  • Leading Firm (Tier 3) for labour and employment
  • Leading Firm (Tier 4) for corporate and employment
  • Recommended lawyer for labour and employment (Donovan Cheah)
  • Recommended lawyers for corporate and mergers and acquisitions (Shawn Ho, Donovan Cheah)

This is the second consecutive year that the firm has been ranked in the Legal 500 Asia Pacific.  In the 2017 rankings, our firm was also recognised as a leading firm for labour and employment, and named as a recommended firm for corporate and mergers and acquisitions.

The Legal 500 Asia Pacific 2018 says:

Donovan & Ho’s ‘small but efficient’ corporate team ‘punches above its weight’. It advises businesses and investors on M&A, shareholders agreements, terms of service, related-employee issues and general corporate matters. Clients include Farm to Fork (DMK), IsitUp Dotcom, and Axiata Digital Services. Shawn Ho and Donovan Cheah are the names to note.

Donovan & Ho advises employers and employees alike on employment contracts, compliance with employment legislation and unfair dismissals. Donovan Cheah is the name to note.

About the Legal 500 Asia Pacific:

Published annually, The Legal 500 Asia Pacific provides unbiased commentary and insight into the legal marketplaces of 20 Asia Pacific jurisdictions. Researchers carry out extensive research into each jurisdiction, canvassing law firms and contacting 250,000 clients for feedback on the lawyers they instruct. The Legal 500 readership encompasses sophisticated users of legal services who are engaged in inbound and outbound work across the region, and as such value The Legal 500 as a key tool to choosing who to instruct. The only way a law firm can get into the Legal 500 tables and commentary is on merit –  if the researchers think it is good enough for inclusion.  It is not possible for a firm to buy its way into the editorial.

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