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Rajah & Tann LCT Lawyers

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Logan Leung

Work +84 28 3821 2382
Rajah & Tann Singapore LLP

Work Department

Corporate and M&A
International Arbitration
Technology, Media & Telecommunications


Foreign Counsel


Logan’s field of practice at Rajah & Tann LCT Lawyers is multidisciplinary, with his experience covering contentious and non-contentious matters. He is regarded for his familiarity with Vietnam’s regulatory environment. Recognised by The Legal 500 (Asia Pacific) (2017 and 2018) as a Next Generation Lawyer for Corporate and M&A, Logan has been praised of being “exceptionally professional and responsive” and “providing workable solutions” across a number of key practice areas.

As a part of Rajah & Tann LCT Lawyers’ broader Corporate and M&A practice, Logan has acted for MNCs on cross-border M&As and restructurings, as well as greenfield and brownfield projects across a number of industries. Logan’s domain expertise lies in the technology sphere, and he is active in the firm’s top tier Technology, Media and Telecommunications (TMT) practice. His clients have ranged from start-ups to global technology giants, where he has advised on matters covering cybersecurity, e-commerce, IP, gaming, net neutrality, data protection and privacy, and entries of disruptive technologies.

In the firm’s Dispute Resolution practice, Logan specialises in international arbitration. He has assisted or acted as counsel in disputes adjudicated under the arbitration rules of the ICC, SIAC, HKIAC, JCAA, VIAC, CAA and the Swiss Chambers’ Arbitration Institution.

Logan also helms the firm’s Shipping/Maritime practice. His experience has seen him act for or advise in both wet and dry shipping matters for ship owners/managers, commodities traders, P&I clubs, insurers, and logistics companies.




Member, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (MCIArb)
Admitted Lawyer, Supreme Court of New South Wales, Australia
Practising Lawyer, New South Wales Law Society
Registered Foreign Lawyer, Vietnam


Bachelor of Laws (University of Adelaide, Australia)
Bachelor of Commerce (Corporate Finance)  (University of Adelaide, Australia)
Professional Certificate of Arbitration (University of Adelaide, Australia)


Corporate and M&A

Within: Next Generation Partners

Logan Leung - Rajah & Tann LCT Lawyers

Within: Corporate and M&A

Rajah & Tann LCT Lawyers' team is 'responsive, knowledgeable and has an understanding of clients' business needs' and 'provides professional advice on both Vietnamese law and cross-border regulatory and compliance matters, which is very helpful to foreign investors'. Practice head  Vu Thi Que, senior counsel Tran Thi Phuong Thao and foreign counsel Ai Kawakami advised Sumitomo Forestry on an investment in An Cuong Woodworking. Thao and foreign counsel Logan Leung, who is 'responsive, provides practical advice and is understands of clients' needs and concerns', also acted as Vietnamese counsel to NakedHub on its sale to fellow co-working landlord WeWork. Que, Leung and senior associate Trinh Minh Duc assisted NIBE Industrier with its purchase of BriskHeat Corporation, which has its key manufacturing plants in Vietnam. Tran Duc Son is also involved in key deals; he advised Pilmico Foods Corporation, which is part of Filipino listed company Aboitiz Group, on its purchase of a 70% stake in animal feed producer Europe Nutrition. IT contracting is another area of expertise. Other clients include HP Inc, which the firm is advising on its integration of Samsung Electronics' printer business, The Weir Group  and other businesses from Europe, Korea, China and Japan. Hoang Thi Thanh Thuy is now general counsel at Siemens Vietnam.

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Dispute resolution

Within: Next Generation Partners

Logan Leung - Rajah & Tann LCT Lawyers

Within: Dispute resolution

At Rajah & Tann LCT Lawyers, Chau Huy Quang handles work in sectors including shipping and construction. His recent highlights include representing PetroVietnam Technical Services Corporation in a charterparty dispute, as well as handling heavyweight construction disputes work concerning major infrastructure projects. Hoang Thi Thanh Thuy also has an active arbitration practice, including landlord and tenant disputes, and the 'very experienced' Tran Duc Son is another name to note for arbitration. Foreign counsel Logan Leung, who is qualified in Australia and is 'client focused',  is another key contact. On the local litigation front, Quang is a key name for commercial disputes. Tran Chi Anh, who has competition law expertise, joined the firm from Baker McKenzie, where she was a special counsel.

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Projects and energy

Within: Projects and energy

Rajah & Tann LCT Lawyers handles work concerning international investment in hydropower and solar projects. Other work includes Huynh Thi Thu Thuy and Logan Leung's advice to The Weir Group on the Vietnamese elements of its purchase of KOP Service Products, which has roles in multiple Vietnamese projects. Drawing on the wider firm's shipping law expertise, the team also advises on issues concerning vessels used in the oil and gas industry. Senior counsel Tran Thi Phuong Thao is also a key contact.

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Real estate and construction

Within: Real estate and construction

At Rajah & Tann LCT Lawyers, foreign counsel Logan Leung and senior counsel Tran Thi Phuong Thao advised serviced office company NakedHub as Vietnamese counsel on its sale to WeWork. Nguyen Dinh Nha assisted Keppel Land with purchasing a further stake in the company that owns the Saigon Centre development in Ho Chi Minh City. The firm also handles contentious construction work, with Chau Huy Quang handling work pertaining to megaprojects, as well as landlord and tenant disputes, which is also a key part of Hoang Thi Thanh Thuy's practice. Vu Thi Que and Tran Duc Sonare other names to note. Other clients include real estate investment funds and DP Architects.

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Within: Shipping

Rajah & Tann LCT Lawyers handles work including vessel arrests, ship finance matters, shipbuilding cases and port projects, with many mandates concerning vessels used for offshore oil and gas production and exploration. Chau Huy Quang and senior counsel Tran Thi Phuong Thao represented key client PetroVietnam Technical Services Corporation in a dispute with Yinson Holdings concerning the need to terminate a charterparty for a floating production, storage and offloading unit used on a liquified natural gas production unit in the wake of the liquidation of the operator of the Lam Son oil and gas field; the dispute ultimately settled. Logan Leung is also a key contact. Named lawyers are based in Ho Chi Minh City.

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Within: TMT

Rajah & Tann LCT Lawyers¬†offers ‚Äėexcellent service, efficiency and a very carefully researched and produced end product‚Äô. TMT practice leader Vu Thi Que advises well-known names from the Chinese-speaking world, and foreign counsel Logan Leung is ‚Äėresponsive, intelligent, well-spoken, prompt, pragmatic, and extremely knowledgeable about the issues in the cases‚Äô. Among other work for technology multinationals, Vu Thi Que¬†continues to advise HP on its $1.05bn acquisition of Samsung's printer business and also Nguyen Dinh Nha¬†advised Sea Group (which owns Garena and Shopee) on the Vietnamese aspects of its 2017 listing of American depositary shares on the New York Stock Exchange, which raised $884m.

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Within: Tax

Rajah & Tann LCT Lawyers¬†has a tax practice that falls under the umbrellas of its corporate and disputes practice, and is particularly known for disputes with the tax authorities and matters concerning tax indemnities. The team gives ‚Äėresponses of high quality and in agreed timetable‚Äô. Practice head¬†Chau Huy Quang handles contentious tax matters and customs disputes. Other recommended individuals include ‚Äėtrue expert in the field of tax‚Äô Tran Duc Son¬†and the ‚Äėsmooth and flexible‚Äô¬†foreign counsel Logan Leung. Clients come from industries including manufacturing, market research, steel and financial services.

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