Asialaw Profile Analysis


17 August 2016

Asialaw is pleased to announce the 2016 edition of Asialaw Leading Lawyers – the guide to Asia-Pacific’s leading lawyers in private practice is now online. Below is the extract from the website :


SCL Law Group (formerly known as Chavalit Law Group), comprising of Siam City Law Offices Limited (SCL) and Chavalit & Associates Limited is a full-service legal group that provides business law services, including corporate, securities, banking and finance, as well as advice on intellectual property and information technology matters.


Founding and managing director Chavalit Uttasart is highly regarded in the market for his trade mark prosecution practice, which contributes the majority of Chavalit & Associates work. The firm represents a multitude of Thai as well as foreign clients, in complex multi-jurisdiction disputes, in matters concerning copyright infringement, patents, breach of confidence and trade mark violations. The team regularly advises on litigation and arbitration proceedings, and is known for its alternative disputes and mediation advice. Kallayarat Chinsrivonkul is the firm’s leading patent attorney who has over 20 years of experience in patent and design prosecution. She has represented national and international corporations in the pharmaceutical, electronic and chemical industries.


Nilobon Tangprasit heads Siam City Law’s corporate practice group. As a founding partner of Chavalit Law Group, she has extensive experience advising in the areas of business organisation and restructuring, foreign business law, joint ventures, M&A, tax law and also has vast litigation and alternative dispute resolution experience.


The firm has a budding telecoms practice, headed by Phatthrawat Nakaranuruck, who focuses on intellectual property matters relating to unfair competition, licensing and distribution agreements, technology transfer transactions and global trade mark policy issues.


Well done to SCL Law Group!






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