Muhd Shafiuddin Ong is an associate of the firm and practices in the Community Law group in the firm. He is an experienced litigator owing to his previous experience as a prosecutor with the Ministry of Manpower. As a prosecutor, he has had trial experience and is well-versed with Criminal Procedure Code and the Evidence Act.

His expertise is in Criminal Defence and he has represented accused persons in a variety of cases, including sexual offences, rioting, breach of trust, corruption, road traffic offences and offences relating to the Covid-19 Temporary Provisions Act. As a former prosecutor he takes a different approach to other criminal defence lawyers. He is/was the counsel for the majority of the individuals that were charged for breaching the Covid-19 regulations on Lazarus Island. He has also assisted clients through investigations and interviews with the Singapore Police Force and Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau.

His other area of expertise is in Employment Law owing to his experience with the Ministry of Manpower. He is well-versed in the various employment related legislations such as the Employment Act, Employment of Foreign Manpower Act and the Employment Agencies Act. Owing to his time with the Ministry of Manpower, he is also fully acquainted with the various processes under the purview of the Ministry of Manpower. He has a close understanding of the procedures, guidelines and requirements for the various dispute resolution processes under the Tripartite Alliance for Dispute Management. He is also familiar with the recommended guidelines set out by the Tripartite Alliance for Fair & Progressive Employment Practices and has guided clients through compliance related issues relating to employment law.