Magdalene Lie is an intellectual property and technology lawyer based in Singapore.
Magdalene advises on technology transactions involving procurement and outsourcing; internet and e-commerce; media, broadcasting and communications; data privacy, cybersecurity and information management; and mobile payments and e-wallets. She assists clients in designing global compliance programmes and advises on technology aspects of mergers, acquisitions and joint ventures.
Magdalene also has experience in contentious and non-contentious intellectual property matters involving trade marks, domain names, design rights, patents, copyright and confidential information. She has assisted clients with managing, protecting and commercialising their portfolios and advised on assignment, licensing and franchising arrangements.
Magdalene graduated from the National University of Singapore on a Global Merit Scholarship and was placed on the Dean's List (2009). Prior to joining the firm, Magdalene practised at a top-tier local firm specialising in intellectual property and technology.
Singapore’s Ministry of Home Affairs has announced amendments to the Republic’s cybersecurity laws, i.e. the Computer Misuse and Cybersecurity Act (CMCA), after a series of high-profile cyberattacks in recent years..
March 23, 2017