Melisa Uremovic

Rajah & Tann (Bangkok)
Lawyer (Partner)

Melisa Uremovic is partner at Rajah & Tann. She has more than fifteen years’ experience in Thailand, representing multinationals in trade & customs matters, as well as in all aspects of their licensing and compliance requirements. She has a particular expertise in complex regulatory matters involving foreign ownership issues, anti-bribery, competition, and data protection, focusing on both compliance and investigations. Melisa’s practice focuses on highly regulated industries such as telecoms, tobacco, alcohol, insurance, pharmaceutical, food & beverages. Prior to joining Rajah & Tann, Melisa spent fourteen years in Thailand with two U.S. based international law firms, and brought with her to Rajah & Tann a well-established team of experienced practitioners with the collective experience to fulfill the broad spectrum of client needs. Melisa’s long-term Thailand experience, coupled with her knowledge of bilateral and multilateral trade agreements, provides her with a unique ability to meet the complex needs of clients in highly regulated industries. She is also able to draw on many years’ experience in both Corporate M&A and Dispute Resolution matters to provide an effective bridge for clients experiencing investigations by Thai regulators, particularly in areas with little or no precedent. Melisa’s particular strength also lies in having a team which has worked with her for many years in high-profile deals and investigations, enabling clients to draw on the collective experience of a team which is recognized for the quality of its work product and responsiveness to client needs.

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Articles

298 Bulletin

Dominique Lombardi, Melisa Uremovic, Supawat Srirungruang The Office of Thai Trade Competition Commission proposes changes to Thailand’s Trade Competition Act 1999

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Introduction The Office of Thai Trade Competition Commission in Thailand (‘OTCC’) recently discussed proposed changes to Thailand’s Trade Competition Act 1999 (the ‘Act’) during a public hearing held on 28 October 2014. This is the first substantial review of the Act since its enactment in 1999. (...)

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