Jonathan Cho
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Jonathan believes that access to justice is for all, and that lawyers are gatekeepers who play a crucial role in ensuring this. His experience and training in Dispute Resolution and Litigation spurs his commitment to holistic problem-solving through his practice of law. In the course of his practice, Jonathan has handled a diverse range of cases both civil and criminal; he is familiar with trial and appellate processes as well as various alternative dispute resolution processes. He has provided advice and assistance in a spectrum of civil/commercial matters including contractual disputes, personal injury matters, claims involving medical professionals, and employment-related matters. Jonathan also takes a special interest in criminal litigation and has advised/represented individuals in respect of criminal charges for a range of offences. He also provides legal assistance to lower-income individuals as a volunteer lawyer under the Criminal Legal Aid Scheme (“CLAS”).

Magistrate’s Complaints in Singapore: A Comprehensive Guide
Criminal and Litigation,Personal,Regional Law

Reading Time: 7 minutesIntroduction It is not uncommon in any society for disagreements and conflicts to arise, oftentimes leadings to one party feeling as if they have been ‘victimised’ in some way. In Singapore, we are often told that we should make a police report if we believe that we are a victim of an offence, as the […]

Medical Treatment Gone Wrong – What are your rights as a patient?
Criminal and Litigation,Personal,Personal Injury

Reading Time: 6 minutesThe Hippocratic oath demands that doctors do no harm. Thankfully, most doctors follow this in the exercise of their skills. Sadly, some fall short of the mark in discharging their duties to the patient, whether intentionally or otherwise, while others deliberately engage in unethical practices. In one case, Dr Wong of Raffles Hospital gave a […]