Mark Lee

Mark Lee


Email [email protected]​

Phone +65 6302 2562

Fax +65 6538 7077

LanguagesEnglish, Chinese, Hokkien

Practice groupLitigation, Arbitration, and Employment

Mark Lee is an international arbitration practitioner focusing on complex cross-border commercial disputes. He has acted as counsel in arbitrations under leading institutional rules including the LCIA, ICC and SIAC rules.

Mark’s practice includes a broad range of commercial disputes with an international or cross-border element, ranging from logistics to intellectual property, but with a particular focus on construction, infrastructure, and energy disputes. His experience covers the full range of contentious construction issues arising from the design and build of commercial buildings, airports, powerplants, wind farms, oil and gas projects, data centres, and public sector works. His emphasis is on developing holistic and commercially sensible solutions for his clients.

Mark is an experienced advocate, having appeared in all levels of the Singapore courts before he joined the firm. While reading law at the London School of Economics (LSE), Mark competed in the prestigious Willem C. Vis International Arbitration Moot and won various awards for his written and oral advocacy. Subsequently, Mark was appointed the coach of the LSE’s Vis Moot Team and often conducted advocacy training sessions for his school’s Bar Association.

Education and admissions


LL.M., London School of Economics and Political Science, 2017

LL.B., London School of Economics and Political Science, 2016

Bar admissions and qualifications


Representative experience

Representing and advising major wind farm employers in ongoing disputes against contractors in relation to BoP contracts each valued several hundred million dollars.

Acting as counsel in a Singapore-seated ICC arbitration for a major South Korean MNC against a major Taiwanese ODM manufacturer in relation to royalties.

Acting as counsel in a Singapore-seated SIAC arbitration for a major supermarket chain in its dispute against a warehouse service provider in relation to claims under a logistics services agreement.*

Acting as counsel for a global owner-operator of data centres in a dispute against its M&E consultant relating to the design and construction of a major data centre in Singapore.*

Acting as counsel in a Singapore-seated ICC arbitration involving claims for delay, acceleration and L&E arising from the construction of a Combined Cycle Gast Turbine (CCGT) powerplant in Singapore.*

*Matter handled prior to joining Hogan Lovells.