Lim Sin Teck is the second new partner hire Singapore's Stamford has announced this week.
Daniel Yong is joining the Singapore firm from Norton Rose.
Martin David will head the Asia energy practice for U.K.-based Ince & Co.
Gregory Salathé was previously co-managing partner of the Tokyo office of Morgan, Lewis & Bockius.
Singapore's largest firm has entered into a non-exclusive deal with Jakarta's Assegaf Hamzah & Partners.
The Singapore firm raided local rival Rajah & Tann for five of its new partners, include the latter's former arbitration head.
Singapore's Court of Appeal ruled Monday that a Singapore lawyer dishonestly misled a mentally ill client into giving him a $370,000 gift and naming him sole beneficiary of her will.
Bryan Tan is joining the British firm form Keystone Law Corp., where he was a founding partner and director.
Peter Megens was previously co-head of the arbitration practice at King & Wood Mallesons.
Former U.S. defense contractor Edward Snowden chose Hong Kong to introduce himself to the world as the source for a series of major leaks about NSA surveillance programs. But it's hardly the ideal choice for someone seeking to avoid prosecution in America.