Brandon is a fresh-faced and unjaded graduate of the University of Southampton (Bachelor of Laws with Honours, 2018), and was called to the Singapore Bar in 2021. He has spent his formative years of practice tackling a wide variety of intellectual property issues, such as unconventional trade mark applications, police raids on counterfeit sellers, and satirical installation art pieces.
Brandon is well-versed in brand protection and enforcement of intellectual property rights in both the online and offline spheres. He has extensive experience working on raids with the Singapore Police Force and handling Singapore Customs seizures. He also regularly advises and assists clients in combating online infringers through takedowns, Cease & Desist letters, and UDRP proceedings.
Brandon has worked on several intellectual property litigation matters at the Singapore High Court, including the reported case of Australian Grape and Wine Incorporated v Consorzio di Tutela della Denominazione di Origine Controllata Prosecco  SGHC 33.
Brandon also has a firm grounding in trade mark prosecution practice, and has experience in handling the portfolios of financial institutions, luxury brands, and tech companies, amongst others.
In his spare time, Brandon is an avid musician, and is convinced that this enhances his empathy for his fellow IP-generating clients. He is also a certified rescue scuba diver.