Mr Joseph Tay > Shook Lin & Bok LLP > Singapore, Singapore > Lawyer Profile

Shook Lin & Bok LLP
1 ROBINSON ROAD
#18-00 AIA TOWER
SINGAPORE 048542
Singapore

Work Department

Litigation & Dispute Resolution; International Arbitration; Construction & Projects

Position

Joseph is a Partner of Shook Lin & Bok LLP who specialises in Litigation & Dispute Resolution, International Arbitration and Construction & Projects. He has experience in an extensive range of legal disputes including matters relating to financial services and securities, building and construction, infrastructure and projects, real estate sale and lease, employment laws and directors’ duties, commodities and trade, restructuring and insolvency, shareholders’ disputes and commercial fraud. He has appeared as lead counsel at all levels of the Supreme Court of Singapore, in international commercial arbitrations administered by leading arbitral institutions, and in construction adjudication proceedings commenced under the Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act (Cap. 30B). Joseph’s practice extends to the commercial preparation, negotiation and review of building and construction contracts, together with related non-contentious legal services. He is experienced and versed in the standard forms used also routinely employed in the industry such as the REDAS Design and Build Contract, the SIA Articles and Conditions of Building Contract, as well as the Public Section Standard Conditions of Contract.

Languages

English; Mandarin

Education

LLB (Hons), National University of Singapore (2007); Advocate & Solicitor, Singapore (2008)

Lawyer Rankings

Singapore > International arbitration

Shook Lin & Bok LLP‘s dispute resolution team has a breadth of experience in cross-border arbitration. Practice head David Chan specialises in finance disputes, and is ably supported by Sarjit Singh Gill SC who is popular for international arbitration proceedings involving Indian parties, and Probin Dass and Joseph Tay who focus on shipping and construction disputes, respectively.