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Terence Wong

Partner
Shanghai

Terence Wong
Languages
English, Cantonese, Mandarin
Practice Group
Litigation

Terence helps clients to resolve disputes via international arbitration as well as other dispute resolution mechanism (such as mediation, expert determination, court proceedings).

Terence is familiar with the Arbitration Rules of many arbitration institutions, including the China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission ('CIETAC'), the Shanghai International Court of Arbitration ('SHIAC'), the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre ('HKIAC'), the Singapore International Arbitration Centre ('SIAC'), the International Chamber of Commerce ('ICC'), the UNCITRAL Model Rules, the Terms of the London Maritime Arbitrators Associations etc.

Terence is a Chartered Arbitrator with the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, and he is listed in the Panel of Arbitrator of with CIETAC, SHIAC, HKIAC, SIAC etc.

Terence has a lot of experience in dealing with multi-jurisdictional disputes, including China, Hong Kong, Singapore, England, Paris, Indonesia, the Middle East, Nigeria, Tanzania, Venezuela etc. Industry sectors include infrastructure (such as rail, roads, and bridges), power and utilities, energy, real estate, international trade, shipping, joint venture, intellectual properties etc.

"Terence is experienced in contentious construction issues. He has acted in various major arbitrations, court proceedings, and mediations, on behalf of employers, contractors, sub-contractors, consultants, etc regarding projects in China, Hong Kong, as well. "

Representative Experience

Terence regularly advises China's largest State Owned Enterprises to resolve disputes arising from projects outside of China.

Advising one of the largest oil companies in China regarding disputes arising from an Oil Mining Lease in Africa.

Representing a listed company in China in arbitration proceedings at the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre.

Representing a Chinese International Contractor in a CIETAC Arbitration regarding disputes arising out of an EPC/Turnkey Contract for a giant entertainment facility in Beijing.

Representing a Finnish company in an arbitration at the Singapore International Arbitration Centre regarding disputes arising from an Equity Transfer Agreement with the Chinese partner.

Representing and advising a Chinese company regarding arbitration at the LMAA, as well as the enforcement of the LMAA arbitration award in England and China.

Representing a French company to enforce an SIAC arbitration award in China and in Hong Kong.

Providing legal advice on arbitration regarding a shipbuilding project in China.

Providing legal advice on arbitration proceedings regarding a highway project in Iran for a Chinese International Contractor.

Providing legal advice on arbitration proceedings regarding a mining project in Bangladesh for a Chinese International Contractor.

Advising China's largest State Owned Enterprises to resolve disputes arising from projects outside of China.

Representing a Hong Kong company in a CIETAC arbitration regarding valuation of variation and outstanding monies for a project in Shanghai to construct a commercial building.

Representing a Sino-Russian company to enforce a CIETAC Arbitration Award in China and in Hong Kong against a Chinese state-owned enterprise regarding international sale of goods.

Education and admissions

Education

  • Bachelor of Laws with Honors, University of Queensland, 1993
  • B.Econ, University of Queensland, 1991

Memberships

  • Hong Kong Law Society
  • Law Society of England and Wales
  • Member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (East Asia Branch)

Bar admissions and qualifications

  • Australia
  • England and Wales
  • Hong Kong

2013

Leading Individual in Construction Greater China

Chambers Asia-Pacific

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