Eldan Law LLP
Daniel Koh is a founding partner of Eldan Law LLP, a full service law firm established in 2010.
Daniel was admitted as an Advocate and Solicitor of the Singapore Bar in 1994. He graduated from the National University of Singapore in 1993 and also has a Masters of Law degree from Columbia University, where he graduated as a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar for superior academic performance. Daniel is a chartered arbitrator, is also empanelled as a mediator with the Singapore Mediation Centre, as well as an adjudicator with the AIADR of Malaysia. He is also an elected Council member and Executive Committee member of the Law Society of Singapore. He has recently been appointed as a Board member of the Singapore Institute of Legal Education. Over the years, Daniel has developed an extensive broad-based practice in commercial disputes resolution and IPR enforcement. Daniel has been recommended in Asialaw Profiles and IP Profiles.
Daniel has been lead counsel in many cases and arbitrations administered by the SIAC and the ICC, and heard at the High Court and Court of Appeal of Singapore.
He has also taught students at the National University of Singapore and conducted training in advocacy and court for lawyers and barristers in Singapore, Malaysia, Brunei, Hong Kong, Australia, Scotland and also at the National Institute of Trial Advocacy in the USA.
He is the General Editor and lead author of The Law and Practice of Injunctions and Search Orders in Singapore, published by Sweet and Maxwell.