Niruch Winiyakul > Kudun & Partners > Bangkok, Thailand > Lawyer Profile

Kudun & Partners
23rd Floor Units C & F
Gaysorn Tower, 127 Ratchadamri Road
Lumpini, Pathumwan
10330
Thailand

Work Department

DISPUTE RESOLUTION, LITIGATION & ARBITRATION

Position

Partner

Career

Niruch is a partner in the dispute resolution and litigation practice, with a wealth of experience in advising both local and international clients on dispute resolution, commercial and business litigation, domestic and international arbitration, administrative law, labour/employment law, white-collar crime, enforcement of security interests, insolvency & bankruptcy matters.  He has served as lead counsel in many of the most significant cases and transactions in Thailand as their trusted business advisor and is highly sought-after for his in-depth legal knowledge and extensive litigation experience in a wide range of industries including automotive, transportation, banking, insurance, and financial services.

Languages

English, Thai

Memberships

  • Thai Barrister-at-Law, the Thai Bar Association
  • Legal Practitioner, the Lawyers Council of Thailand

Lawyer Rankings

Thailand > Dispute resolution

With demonstrable experience across the energy, telecoms, automotive and aviation sectors, Kudun & Partners’s ‘first-class’ practice is noted for its capability in domestic and multi-jurisdictional disputes. Key areas of expertise range from bankruptcy and rehabilitation cases to contentious administrative law, corporate and commercial matters. The team is jointly led by Somboon Sangrungjang, who is ‘highly recommended for his extremely well-versed expertise in administrative law and commercial disputes’, and Pariyapol Kamolsilp, who advises clients in insolvency and bankruptcy proceedings. Niruch Winiyakul, who handles labour and international trade disputes, is another key member of the team.

Thailand > Labour and employment

Kudun & Partners has expertise across a broad range of contentious and non-contentious employment and labour matters, including reorganisations, redundancies and alternative workforces, as well as managing workforce size and restructurings relating to spin-offs and disposals. Somboon Sangrungjang has experience in employment disputes and jointly leads the team alongside head of the firm’s international practice, Troy Schooneman. Other key contacts in the group include Niruch Winiyakul, who focuses on employment litigation and has experience across the automotive, transport, banking, insurance and financial services sectors.