is an associate in Rajah & Tann Singapore LLP’s intellectual property, technology, sports and gaming law practice. As part of his gaming practice, Daniel regularly advises local and international clients on issues relating to domestic and cross-border operations, spanning both online and terrestrial gaming operations and related services. Daniel has also published various articles on gaming law in Singapore and South-East Asia. Before embarking on his legal career, Daniel trained as an engineer and served in the Singapore government, where he developed strategies to grow Singapore’s technology sector.
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