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Construction & Engineering; Litigation; Arbitration
Since commencing practice, Derek has focused on the area of construction, engineering and infrastructure law. His experience in construction and engineering is extensive and encompasses almost the entire spectrum of construction legal practice, ranging from drafting of construction contracts and advising on financing structures in relation thereto, to dispute resolution, litigation and arbitrations in construction projects (including complex petrochemical plant projects). He has acted for multiple, international contractors and employers.
His projects and infrastructure work has seen him advise on and undertake drafting work for complex civil engineering contracts such as power plants, refinery plants and subway rail systems and road networks both within Singapore and regionally. He has worked on practically all variants of construction contracts and is familiar with most international construction forms.
Barrister-at-Law (Middle Temple) in England 1991
Fellow of the Singapore Institute of Arbitrators
Adjudicator, Singapore Mediation Centre (Authorised Nominating Body)
“Reasonable Confusion – What Audi Did to Audi: Audi Construction Pte Ltd v Kian Hup Construction Pte Ltd  1 SLR 317”, 13 October 2018.
“Sink or Swim Who Owns the Float in a Construction Project in Singapore”, 15 October 2019.