Experience / Expertise:
Alternative Investment Funds (incl. Private Equity)
Anti-Trust / Competition
Aviation
Banking and Finance
Capital Markets
Compliance / Regulatory
Coporate and M&A
Employment
Energy & Natural Resources
Enviromental
FinTech
Insurance
International Arbitration
Life Sciences/Healthcare
Litigation and Dispute Resolution
Projects and Project Financing (incl. Infrastructure)
Real Estate / Construction
Telecommunications, Media and Technology
Restructuring and Insolvency
Applicable Fee Earners
106

Main Practice Areas

  • Antitrust
  • Aviation
  • Banking and Project Financing
  • Corporate and Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Data Protection
  • Dispute Resolution / Litigation, Regulatory
  • Energy and Natural Resources
  • Government Contracts
  • Insurance
  • Labor and Employment
  • Major Investment Projects
  • Real Estate
  • REITs / Capital Markets
  • Restructuring and Insolvency
  • Technology, Media and Telecommunication

Firm Profile

Chandler MHM Limited (Chandler MHM) has a history of representing clients in Thailand since 1974, and it is one of the few law firms in-country with qualified Thai, US and Japanese lawyers. Every transaction benefits from more than 40 years’ experience in Thailand and across Southeast Asia, as well as from offices in Japan, China, Singapore, Myanmar, and Vietnam. The firm is recognized for proven expertise in complex, cross-border transactions.

With a full range of practice experience, the firm’s lawyers draw on integrated skills and knowledge to deliver legal solutions that are practical, innovative and consistently responsive to clients’ needs – while also providing international reach and an international standard of practice.

 

Recognition

  • Asialaw Profiles 2022 – Outstanding Law Firm
  • Chambers Asia Pacific 2021 – Top Ranked
  • The Legal 500 Asia Pacific 2021 – Top Tier
  • IFLR1000 2021 – Top Tier Firm
  • In-House Community 2021 – Firm of the Year
  • Asian Legal Business, Employer of Choice 2021 – Thailand

Related Articles By Firm

Doing Business in Thailand (Third Edition Book)

https://www.chandlermhm.com/newsletters_and_publications/2021/2056.html

Doing Business in Thailand Third Edition has been prepared by our specialist legal advisors at Chandler MHM to provide you with a comprehensive overview of the most important regulations that you need to be aware of when investing in Thailand. Should you wish to contact any of the co-authors to discuss any of the topics covered in this guide, please refer to the contact details at the end of the relevant section. Our team is confident that you will find this guide, which is provided free of charge to  you, to be a valuable resource.

  • 16 September 2021

Newsletter

Thailand: COVID-19 – Duties of Employers

  • 9 September 2021

Newsletter

Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

Chandler MHM Limited

Address: 36th Floor, Sathorn Square Office Tower, 98 North Sathorn Road, Silom, Bangrak, Bangkok 10500, Thailand

Tel: (66) 2009 5000

Fax: (66) 2009 5080

Email: cmhm_info@mhm-global.com

Website: www.chandlermhm.com

Contacts: Jessada Sawatdipong, jessada.s@mhm-global.com, Chisako Takaya, chisako.takaya@mhm-global.com

Number of Lawyers: 84

Year Established: 1974

Languages Spoken: Thai, English, Japanese, French, Chinese

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