Andrea Utasy Clark
Andrea specialises in the Energy and Infrastructure sectors, with a focus on contentious and non-contentious construction and engineering matters as well as corporate crime and investigations.
She has advised on a wide range of cross-border disputes, including international arbitrations, adjudications and complex commercial disputes involving the construction, oil and gas, mining, shipping, aviation, agriculture and various other industries. Andrea has represented clients in international arbitrations under institutional rules including the SIAC, ICC, ICDR, AOA and SCMA rules as well as in ad hoc arbitration proceedings. She has also represented clients in connection with litigation in Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, New York, Pakistan, Singapore and South Africa.
In addition, Andrea has advised on cross-border regulatory matters and investigations relating to anti-bribery, anti-corruption and competition issues.
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Lisa is a senior associate of our corporate practice in Singapore. She is a Singapore qualified advocate and solicitor and is primarily focused on mergers and acquisitions, capital markets, corporate finance, corporate commercial, licensing and regulatory compliance in Singapore.