Jenny Tsin is the Joint Head of the Employment Practice and a Partner in both the Commercial & Corporate Disputes Practice and the Corporate Governance & Compliance Practice.
Jenny is experienced in all aspects of employment laws, with particular focus on preventing and resolving disputes between employers and employees. In this context, she regularly drafts and negotiates exit agreements and manages disputes when they arise. Jenny also advises clients in respect of their employment-related regulatory obligations, such as those under the Employment Act, the Employment of Foreign Manpower Act, the Central Provident Fund Act and the Industrial Relations Act.
Jenny is one of the authors of the inaugural Randstad Singapore Workpocket 2015/16, a guide designed to provide practical advice for HR managers and business owners up-to-date information on labour market trends and guidance for employers on how to remain compliant with ever-changing reforms and employment and workplace legislation.
In addition to employment-related disputes, Jenny's dispute resolution experience extends to shareholder disputes, commercial and contractual disputes, and claims relating to directors’ and auditors’ duties and other corporate governance matters. She also has extensive experience in both litigation and arbitration.
Jenny is recognised as a leading lawyer for Employment in Singapore by Chambers Asia Pacific – Asia Pacific’s Leading Lawyers for Business, 2016, recommended as a leading practitioner in the area of Labour & Employment in Best Lawyers, Asialaw Leading Lawyers – The Guide to Asia-Pacific’s Leading Lawyers 2015, Who’s Who Legal: The International Who’s Who of Business Lawyers and listed as a leading lawyer in The Legal 500: Asia Pacific – The Client’s Guide to the Asia Pacific Legal Profession 2016.