Partner, Head of Infrastructure, Head of Asia
Our energy and infrastructure-focussed Asia Pacific practice has been at the heart of our international strategy for more than 30 years, beginning with the opening of our Hong Kong office in 1983 and running right through to our launch in Australia in 2015.
We are recognised for our innovative approach, having been one of the first foreign law firms licensed to establish representative offices in Shanghai (2002) and Beijing (2007). In 2010 we established Pinsent Masons MPillay in Singapore.
We have built a team in Asia Pacific that reflects our values: our people are approachable, bold and connected. Our clients tell us that this makes the experience of working with us different; our connections to our clients and their sector enable us to develop deeper client relationships, and more creative and impactful legal solutions. As a result, we have developed a reputation as one of the most innovative law firms in the world.
Partner, Head of Office, Hong Kong
Vincent is a Solicitor Advocate, specialising in construction and engineering law within the Infrastructure sector. He is qualified to appear in the High Court, Court of Appeal and Court of Final Appeal in Hong Kong and before the Singapore International Commercial Court (SICC). He is well known and highly rated for his advocacy skills in international arbitration, litigation, adjudication and ADR.
Partner, Joint Head of Office, China
Sam is a Partner in the Construction and Engineering team and Joint Head of our China Practice.
Partner, Head of Office, Singapore
Mohan is the head of Singapore joint law venture Pinsent Masons MPillay LLP, and managing partner of the Singapore constituent practice of MPillay. He is jointly qualified in Singapore, and England and Wales, with over 30 years experience in advisory, commercial litigation and regional arbitration work, particularly in construction and engineering projects.
Partner, Head of Melbourne/Head of Australia
Matt specialises in construction and engineering disputes arising out of major projects. His practice encompasses all forms of dispute resolution and he is often involved in assisting clients develop and implement commercial strategies to control time and cost during the construction phase of major projects.