Collyer Law advised CureFit Healthcare, an India-based healthcare and fitness service. CureFit provides users aims to provide users with digital and offline experiences of fitness and the latest fundraising round raised $145 million for the company. The advice focused on the potential closure of its Dubai subsidiary and corporate documentation for the same.
Collyer Law advised Visioneering Technologies, a Georgia-based medical device company. The Company engages in the design, manufacture, sale, and distribution of contact lenses. The advice focused on the review of a distribution agreement and its compliance under Singapore law.
Collyer Law advised UAB Zen.com, an electronic money institution based out of Lithuania. The company is rapidly growing in the European Union and aims to challenge the notion of traditional banking by managing payments via different portals (for instance, Apple Pay and Google Pay) collectively. The advice focused on application to the Monetary Authority of Singapore for the Major Payment Institution license under the Payment Services Act.