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Weerawong, Chinnavat & Partners Offices
22ND FLOOR, MERCURY TOWER, 540 PLOENCHIT ROAD
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Sakchai Limsiripothong represents clients in litigation and domestic and international arbitration. He has expertise in commercial law, labour and employment law, intellectual property infringement, torts, construction contracts, trade, banking, bankruptcy, business reorganization and white-collar crime.
Sakchai was honored to be Legal Counsel to a Thai Senator, 2005- 2006. He is active in the Lawyers Council of Thailand, including the Committee of Foreign Affairs (2000 – 2004) and the Committee of Notaries Public (2004 – 2006). He is a guest lecturer at universities, where he teaches litigation, labour law, bankruptcy and corporate restructuring, as well as the preparation of legal documents. He is a contributing author to “Court Procedures and Bankruptcy Law in Thailand” (World Bank 2004-2018).
Thai Bar Association, Lawyers License of Thailand, admitted 1994
Notary Public Services, Lawyers Council of Thailand, 2003
LL.B., Ramkhamhaeng University, 1992
LL.M., Commercial and Corporate Law, University of New South Wales Australia, 2000
Advanced Diploma in International Business, Australia, 1998
Certificate, International Property Law, Institute of Legal Education, 2001
Certificate, Institute of Intellectual Property & Professional Training, Thailand, 2006
Thailand > Dispute resolution: international arbitration
Weerawong, Chinnavat & Partners has experience representing clients across the media and entertainment, hospitality, consumer goods and insurance sectors in international arbitration proceedings at the TAI, HKIAC and SIAC, as well as the enforcement of arbitral awards in Thailand. Phisit Dejchaiyasak leads the team and has expertise in renewable energy, medical and healthcare, telecoms and construction cases, while Sakchai Limsiripothong advises on commercial, bankruptcy and administrative-related matters in arbitration proceedings.