PREMIER LAW is a Singapore-registered law firm that prides itself on its strong international practice.  With a strong base of blue-chip clients in Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Hong Kong and China, we are well-positioned as a pan-Asian law practice.

Established in late 2007, our lawyers have practised in the litigation, arbitration and corporate departments of various leading local and international law firms, and are accustomed to delivering legal services that meet the most exacting international standards.  We are fully committed to providing clients with timely, customised and commercially-driven solutions to their litigation, arbitration and transactional needs.

Our Litigation, Arbitration and Dispute Resolution practice provides solutions and services for a wide-range of clients, both local and international.  Siraj Omar heads a practice group comprising lawyers with substantial experience and expertise in handling complex commercial disputes over a wide-range of areas.  These include banking and finance, trusts, engineering and construction, commercial crimes, matrimonial and family law, insurance, probate and administration.  Our lawyers also regularly assist clients with disputes outside of Singapore by working with foreign counsel to formulate strategic and substantive solutions.

Our Corporate practice is well-respected for its experience in handling international transactions. Our team has gained an excellent reputation for providing commercially-driven solutions for our clients, and have been actively involved in the structuring, negotiation, and documentation of complex acquisitions, financings, projects and project financings as well as an extremely commercial-based approach to resource-related transactions, specifically in the mining and agricultural sectors.

Our Insolvency and Restructuring practice enables us to provide our clients with a complete suite of non-contentious and contentious legal services. Our team has earned an excellent reputation for debt restructuring work in the region, having represented various large Indonesian conglomerates during the Asian financial crisis in the late 1990s in dealing with domestic and international lenders and government restructuring agencies to restructure debts totalling in excess of US$2 billion.