Lawrence Teh: Chambers Asia 2014 Leading Individual for Shipping
Lawrence Teh is recognised by Chambers Asia 2014 as a Leading Individual for Shipping. Lawrence "'is very experienced and well regarded' in this space and is also praised for his 'practical and to-the-point approach.' He has experience across the board in maritime-related dispute resolution and has recently acted on three notable mortgage enforcement cases."
"Practical, very helpful and responsive - and they seem to work around the clock."
Long-established transactional and contentious practice, covering the full range of shipping issues from financing and construction through to all forms of wet or dry operational dispute. Noted Islamic finance capability.
"Lots of good litigators."
"The team works hard to understand the needs and peculiarities of the clients they represent: it is solely because of such attributes that we achieved success against the odds."
A large practice covering a broad range of industry areas and with noted specialisations in banking, medical, property and transport matters.
Lawrence Teh: Chambers Global 2014 Leading Individual for Shipping
Lawrence Teh is recognised by Chambers Global 2014 as a Leading Individual for Shipping. Lawrence "is a commercial litigator with expertise across a variety of shipping matters who is seen as 'knowledgeable, experienced and authoritative.' He recently represented DBS on the enforcement of its mortgage over the vessel 'Avila'. This highly complex matter saw 'Avila' arrested in Malaysia, Indonesia and Singapore."
Lawrence Teh: Asia Pacific Legal 500, 2014 Leading Individual for Shipping (Foreign)
Lawrence Teh is recognised as a leading shipping lawyer in publications including AP Legal 500, Asialaw Leading Lawyer and International Who's Who of Shipping & Maritime Lawyers. Lawrence Teh is a partner in Rodyk & Davidson LLP's Litigation & Arbitration Practice Group. He has handled both wet and dry shipping matters in the Singapore Courts and advises major owners, banks and shipyards on all forms of admiralty procedure including enforcement of maritime claims, shipbuilding contracts and disputes, maritime joint ventures, limitation of ship owners' liability, maritime joint ventures, international sale of goods and commodities.