Our Achievements

Our Achievements

Our extensive achievements include but are not limited to:



  • Concluded a US$700 million multi-year sales contract with an over the fence customer with geographical swap element;
  • US$500 million multi-year sales contract with an Indian entity;
  • US$140 million and US$100 million multi-year storage contracts with international storage providers


  • Negotiated & concluded contracts with other international oil & petrochemical majors like Sinopec, Sinochem, Exxon, BP, Total, SABIC, Mitsubishi, Mitsui, Toyota, BASF, Bayer, LG, P&G, KAO, Lyondell, Vinmar, Petronas and Chevron;


  • Negotiated settlement within insurance limit on 3rd day of trial in an architect / professional engineer’s public liability insurance construction claim worth over S$26 million;
  • Extended the principle of equitable receivership under O. 51 Rules of Court to wages in enforcement proceedings on behalf of Citibank N.A.
  • Secured an acquittal for a client accused of physically abusing her domestic helper, after 10 days trial. (MCN 900274/2014)
  • Secured an acquittal for client accused of CBT (Criminal Breach of Trust). (DAC 48902/2013)
  • Acted for a leading bunker supplier in a complex interpleader action following the liquidation of O.W. Bunker (Singapore).


  • Bankruptcy Act – One of the first to succeed in voluntary arrangement for the founder / director of ACS Innovation Pte Ltd a S$250 million turnover entity, which was put under judicial management and subsequently wound up


  • Drafted Grounds of Appeal independently against a Senior Barrister’s unfavorable written opinion to persuade the Court of Appeal (London) to halve a 4½ years’ sentence of imprisonment.
  • Successfully argued prosecution under the Offensive Weapons Act for the AG’s Chambers to reduce the charge.
  • Secured an acquittal for client accused of CBT (Criminal Breach of Trust). (DAC 48902/2013)


  • Successfully argued settlement visa cases at Immigration Appeal Tribunal and constructive dismissal case at Employment Tribunal (UK).

Intellectual Property

  • Successfully defended a prosecution under the Trade Marks Act and Copyright Act for the AG’s Chambers to move for DNATA even before defence was called


  • Represented several clients in multi-jurisdictional divorce matters involving difficult applications of both Shariah Law and Women’s Charter