Wee Jian Ang
Wee Jian is a partner of Pinsent Masons MPillay LLP, our Singapore joint law venture. He is an international disputes lawyer, specialising in multi-jurisdictional construction and infrastructure related arbitration and litigation.
Wee Jian routinely acts as counsel in ICC, SIAC and ad-hoc arbitrations & dispute board proceedings, on complex and high value disputes arising from major infrastructure projects across Asia, Africa, and the CIS region. These have involved railways, windfarms, roads, water desalination and iron-ore process plants, coal-fired power stations, high rise office buildings, hospitality projects, and residential developments.
Wee Jian is also an Advocate and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Singapore. He has acted in Court proceedings, including urgent applications seeking and resisting injunctive relief relating to performance bonds and guarantees.
Wee Jian is amongst the inaugural select batch of Singapore-qualified lawyers recognised in 2018 as an Accredited Specialist in Building and Construction Law. He is a member of the Society of Construction Law (Singapore) and Singapore Institute of Arbitrators (SIArb), and sits on the Singapore Academy of Law Construction Law Protocol Working Group and SIArB Committee (Young Practitioners Network).
A recipient of the Singapore Academy of Law Post-Qualification Overseas Attachment Scholarship, Wee Jian also has worked in a leading set of barristers’ chambers in London.
Rechtsanwältin, Senior Associate
Naomi specialises in providing risk management and dispute resolution advice to clients across the construction and engineering industries.
Ian prevents and resolves disputes involving a property element , providing commercially-appropriate and pragmatic solutions through advice, negotiation and various forms of alternative dispute resolution. Where litigation is necessary, Ian acts for clients at all levels of Courts and Tribunals, including the UK Supreme Court.
Partner, Head of Office, Singapore
Ian is independently recognised as a leading lawyer. He specialises in capital projects and has advised on over 50 public/ private partnerships. He has particular expertise in advising equity investors in relation to transportation, water and accommodation projects.
Imogen is a construction project delivery and disputes lawyer. She advises clients in the infrastructure and energy sectors with a focus on project delivery and security of payment disputes, particularly in the renewable energy industry. Imogen's experience includes advising clients during the project delivery phase of projects includes claims preparation, strategy development, contract administration and dispute avoidance.