Yong Neng Chan
Yong Neng is a construction advisory and disputes resolution specialist.
He has advised on and acted in disputes across a wide range of infrastructure projects locally and internationally, including coal fired power stations, petrochemical refineries, process plants, rail lines and stations, tunnel boring projects, airport terminals and residential developments.
His experience includes the resolution of costs and time claims arising from variations, unforeseen physical conditions, acceleration and prolongation of works, defects, non-compliance with contractual specifications and the termination of contracts.
Yong Neng regularly acts in international commercial arbitrations and proceedings in the Singapore Supreme Court. He has also successfully represented clients in adjudications under the Singapore Security of Payments Act.
He currently serves as a tutor / facilitator for the Singapore Bar Exams, teaching civil litigation to future lawyers.
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