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  • Hanyin Foo

    Hanyin Foo
    Associate, Singapore

    Shipping, Energy & Infrastructure, Offshore Services, Trade

    T. +65 6538 6660
    D. +65 6505 3452

Hanyin is a commercial disputes lawyer with a particular focus on Shipping, Offshore Energy and International Trade. She is admitted to practise English and Singapore law.

Her practice includes acting for global shipping liners, shipowners, charterers, traders, oil and gas companies and P&I Clubs in disputes ranging from bread-and-butter charterparty disputes and cargo claims to high profile oil and gas and super yacht disputes.

Due to the nature of her practice, Hanyin is regularly involved in arbitrations in multiple jurisdictions (e.g. LMAA, SIAC, SCMA, KLRCA (now AIAC), CIETAC). She is also experienced in ad hoc arbitration and Singapore court litigation.

In addition to her expertise in dispute resolution, Hanyin frequently provides non-contentious advice on related contracts including ship sale and purchase contracts, ship-broking agreements and power purchase agreements.

Work highlights:

>  Acting for the Malaysian owners of a semi-submersible floating production platform (SEMI-FPS) in a US$700 million arbitration against an oil major, in relation to the construction and leasing agreement of the SEMI-FPS.

>  Advising a subsidiary of a major conglomerate in Indonesia on a tender for the transport of coal by Panamax for the Tanjung Jati 5-6 power plant in Central Java, Indonesia.

>  Acting for Singaporean cargo owners in a tortious claim against Dutch shippers of dangerous cargo which exploded in international waters off South Africa.

>  Advising a Chinese state-owned credit insurance company in a claim against the buyers of six platform supply/oil recovery vessels worth an estimated US$90 million for failure to take delivery.  

>  Acting for a major Korean logistics corporation in a claim against charterers for the provision of suspected off-specification bunkers which led to repeated engine failures.

Professional Associations and Memberships

>  Law Society of England and Wales

>  Law Society of Singapore

Shipping, Energy & Infrastructure, Offshore Services, Trade

Education (University):
University of Bristol

English, Mandarin