Henry Winter

Henry Winter

Senior Associate

Email henry.winter@​hoganlovells.com

Phone +65 6302 7142

Fax +65 6538 7077

LanguagesEnglish, German

As a senior associate in our Singapore office, Henry Winter focuses on international commercial and investor-state arbitration.

Henry has experience sitting on both sides of the table, representing multinational corporates, foreign investors, and governments in arbitrations under the SIAC, ICC, UNCITRAL and ICSID rules.

Henry also has experience dealing with a wide range of disputes covering issues including corporations law, insolvency and reconstruction, banking and financial services, resources and mining, corporate fraud and white collar crime, construction, and competition and antitrust.

In 2017, Henry was ranked as a "next generation lawyer" by Legal 500.

Education and admissions


LL.M., University of Sydney, 2013

LL.B. (Hons), University of Adelaide, 2008

B.A. (Hons), University of Adelaide, 2008

Court admissions

High and Federal Court of Australia

Supreme Court of New South Wales

Supreme Court of South Australia

Representative experience

Successfully defending the Government of Vietnam in an investment treaty arbitration under the UNCITRAL Rules brought by a French company under the Vietnam-France BIT.

Acting as Counsel for a manufacturer in a Singapore seated arbitration under SIAC Rules, in a long running dispute between South Korean and US entities.

Acting as Counsel in an ICC arbitration for the supply of telecommunication systems, which included a full merits hearing over two weeks in Singapore.

Acting for an Australian investor in ICSID arbitration proceedings against the Republic of Timor-Leste arising out of a fuel supply agreement.*

Acting as Counsel in ICC arbitration (in Singapore) relating to the supply and installation of pipes for a major oil and gas project.

Representing a Japanese energy company in an SIAC arbitration involving shareholder disputes under JOA/PSC relating to an offshore block in Vietnam (Singapore seat).

Advising various foreign investors on how best to structure their investments to maximise the availability of investment treaty protection.

Acting for an Uzbek State-owned company in ICC arbitration proceedings concerning the installation of a telecommunications system along the Uzbek gas pipeline.

Acting for a multinational in a dispute subject to the ICC Rules concerning the repair of a gas turbine in a Singapore power plant.

Acting for a multinational in a dispute subject to the LCIA Rules regarding the removal and installation of a part at a South Korean power plant.

*Matter handled prior to joining Hogan Lovells.

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