adel law llc

adel law llc

Business Law

Business Law Services

Our business law services provide legal assistance to businesses in various industries, including startups, small and medium-sized enterprises, and established corporations. Our team of experienced lawyers offers comprehensive services in areas such as corporate governance, contract negotiations, mergers & acquisitions, financing arrangements, intellectual property protection, employment law compliance, and dispute resolution.

Other Services Offered:

Family Law

Family law is a branch of legal practice that deals with issues related to family relationships. It encompasses a wide range of matters, from marriage and domestic partnerships to child custody and adoption.

Business Law

Business law governs the rights, relations, and conduct of individuals and businesses engaged in commerce, trade, and sales. It includes regulations on contracts, employment, mergers, acquisitions, and corporate governance.

Civil Claims & Personal Injury

Civil claims are legal disputes involving private rights and liabilities between individuals, organizations, or a mix of both. These disputes are typically resolved in civil courts and encompass a wide range of legal issues.

Criminal Law

Criminal law is a branch of law that deals with crimes and their punishment. It involves the regulation of social conduct and proscribing threatening, harmful, or otherwise endangering behavior to the health, safety, and moral welfare of people.

Syariah Law

Syariah Law, also spelled as Sharia Law, is the religious law forming part of the Islamic tradition. Derived from the Quran (the Islamic holy book) and the Hadiths (sayings and actions of Prophet Muhammad), it covers a broad range of aspects, both personal and communal.

Estate Planning & Wills

Estate planning involves arranging the management and disposal of a person’s estate during life and after death. Wills are legal documents specifying how one’s assets should be distributed posthumously.


Adel Law LLC knows that understanding business law is key to your company’s success. Our team of expert lawyers is here to provide the legal support you need, no matter your business size. Whether you’re a startup, a small-medium enterprise, or a large corporation, we offer a wide range of services to help you reach your goals. 

  • Company Incorporation and Structuring: We assist in forming and structuring your business entity to ensure compliance and optimal operational efficiency.
  • Corporate Governance: Our team provides guidance on corporate governance frameworks, directors’ duties, and shareholder agreements to ensure legal compliance and smooth operations.

  • Contracts and Agreements: We draft, review, and negotiate a wide range of commercial contracts to protect your business interests and facilitate smooth transactions.

  • Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A): We manage the legal aspects of M&A transactions, from due diligence to post-merger integration, ensuring seamless transitions.

  • Intellectual Property (IP): Our services include trademark registration, IP licensing, and enforcement to safeguard and commercialize your intellectual property assets.

  • Dispute Resolution and Litigation: We represent businesses in commercial disputes, offering effective solutions through litigation or alternative dispute resolution methods.

  • Regulatory Compliance: We provide comprehensive advice on regulatory compliance, including AML, data protection, and environmental laws, to keep your business compliant.

  • Employment Law: Our experts advise on employment rights, workplace policies, and handle employment disputes to maintain a fair and compliant workplace.


Corporate Governance and Compliance

Contracts and Agreements

Mergers and Acquisitions

Dispute Resolution and Litigation

Employment and Labor Law

Banking and Finance

Real Estate and Property Law

Taxation and Regulatory Advice

Technology and Data Protection

Insolvency and Restructuring

Business Formation and Structuring

Intellectual Property

Why Choose Us for Your Business Needs?

  • Expertise: Our team brings extensive knowledge and experience in business law, ensuring that you receive the highest quality legal advice.
  • Tailored Solutions: We understand that every business is unique. We provide personalized legal services that cater to your specific needs and objectives.
  • Client-Centric Approach: At Adel Law LLC, we prioritize our clients’ interests and strive to build long-term relationships based on trust and transparency.
  • Proactive Guidance: We stay ahead of legal developments and provide proactive advice to help you navigate potential challenges and seize opportunities.

Get In Touch

Ready to take your business to the next level with expert legal support? Let us be your trusted legal partner in achieving your business goals.

Contact Adel Law LLC today to schedule a consultation with our business law specialists.


Businesses in Singapore can be set up as Sole Proprietorships, Partnerships, Limited Partnerships (LPs), Limited Liability Partnerships (LLPs), or Companies (Private Limited or Public). Each structure has its own legal and tax implications.

How do I register a new business in Singapore?

Business registration is done through the Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority (ACRA) via the BizFile+ portal. You’ll need to decide on a business name, structure, and provide necessary details and documents.

Are there specific laws for foreign businesses in Singapore?

Foreign businesses can operate in Singapore but may have additional requirements, such as appointing a local director for a company. Work visas are required for foreign nationals working in Singapore.

What are the key employment laws in Singapore?

Key laws include the Employment Act, which covers terms of employment, and the Workplace Safety and Health Act. There are also guidelines on hiring practices, employee benefits, and termination processes.

How does Singapore law protect intellectual property?

Intellectual Property (IP) in Singapore is protected under various acts, including the Patents Act, Copyright Act, and Trademarks Act. Registration of IP is managed by the Intellectual Property Office of Singapore (IPOS).

How does Singapore handle business disputes?

Business disputes can be resolved through litigation, arbitration, or mediation. Singapore is known for its efficient and transparent legal system, and it is a popular hub for arbitration.

What are the regulations for data protection in Singapore?

The Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA) governs data protection. It sets out requirements for the collection, use, and disclosure of personal data by businesses.

Can businesses in Singapore engage in international trade easily?

Singapore is a major trading hub with a pro-business environment. There are numerous trade agreements and policies in place to facilitate international trade.

What should I know about consumer protection laws in Singapore?

The Consumer Protection (Fair Trading) Act offers protection against unfair practices and ensures consumer rights are respected. For more specific guidance and legal advice, it is recommended to consult a legal professional experienced in Singaporean business law.

01               Strengthened Employment Protections:
The Penal Code now provides for increased penalties for offenses committed against children, persons with mental or physical disabilities, and domestic workers. These enhanced punishments may be up to twice the maximum penalties for the offenses committed.

02               Enhanced Leave Entitlements:
There’s a push towards improved work-life balance with enhanced leave entitlements. This may include increased annual, parental, and caregiver leave.

03               Remote Work Regulations:
With the pandemic accelerating the adoption of remote work, Singapore is expected to formalize remote work regulations, outlining rights and responsibilities for both employers and employees.

04               Addressing the Gender Pay Gap:
New legal changes are expected to focus on the gender pay gap, with employers required to conduct pay equity audits and address remuneration disparities between male and female employees.

05               Stronger Protection Against Workplace Harassment:
Enhanced measures against workplace harassment are anticipated, including mandatory comprehensive policies and procedures to prevent and address harassment effectively.


ingapore’s business law is known for being comprehensive and business-friendly, reflecting the country’s status as a major global financial hub. Here are some key aspects of business law in Singapore:

Company Law

Singapore’s company law, largely influenced by the English common law system, governs the formation, operation, and dissolution of companies. The Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority (ACRA) oversees corporate entities, ensuring compliance with the Companies Act.

Contract Law

Based on common law principles, Singapore’s contract law deals with the formation, execution, and enforcement of contracts. The law emphasizes the importance of contractual freedom and the enforcement of valid contracts.

Employement Law

This covers a range of issues from hiring to firing, including employment contracts, employee rights, workplace safety, and dispute resolution. The Ministry of Manpower in Singapore provides guidelines and enforces employment standards.

Intelectual Property Law

Singapore has a robust IP law framework, providing protection for patents, trademarks, copyrights, and industrial designs. This is critical for businesses in innovative and creative industries.

Competition Law

Overseen by the Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore, this law regulates anti-competitive practices, ensuring fair market competition.


Singapore’s tax law is notable for its competitive corporate tax rates, various tax incentives for businesses, and its network of Double Taxation Agreements (DTAs) with over 90 jurisdictions.

Data Protection and Privacy

The Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA) governs the collection, use, and disclosure of personal data by businesses, ensuring the protection of individual privacy.

Bankruptcy and Insolvency Law

This aspect of law deals with the rules and procedures that apply when a company or individual is unable to meet financial obligations.

Trade Law

Given Singapore’s role as a global trading hub, trade laws, including international trade agreements, import/export regulations, and customs procedures, are pivotal in its legal landscape.

Dispute Resolution

Singapore is a major center for dispute resolution with a strong legal framework supporting arbitration and mediation, catering to both domestic and international disputes.

These aspects of business law reflect Singapore’s commitment to maintaining a transparent, efficient, and conducive business environment. It’s important for businesses operating in or with Singapore to be aware of these legal frameworks and ensure compliance.