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Glynnis Lee

T: +82 2 6138 4834 M:+82 10 5172 8789 Email Glynnis | vCard Office: Seoul

Glynnis Lee Associate

Contact details

Glynnis Lee

Glynnis Lee
Associate

T: +82 2 6138 4834 M: +82 10 5172 8789 Email Glynnis | vCard Office: Seoul

Glynnis has extensive experience in complex high-value international arbitration proceedings and her primary focus is on shipping law disputes.
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As a native Korean speaker, Glynnis's experience includes acting for major Korean shipbuilders, ship owners, charterers, insurers and construction and engineering companies. She has a broad experience in acting for clients on both contentious and non-contentious matters.

Glynnis has worked on various shipping and commercial disputes including international arbitration. Her practice regularly involves the handling of disputes concerning charterparties and bills of lading.

Glynnis is qualified in England and Wales.

  • International arbitration
  • Shipping litigation

US$450 million LCIA dispute re: UAE nuclear power plant 

Acting for a Korean joint venture in a LCIA arbitration between contractors relating to the multi-billion dollar construction costs of a nuclear power plant in the UAE.

US$400 million LMAA arbitration

Advising one of Korea's largest shipping companies in a dispute with a shipbuilder concerning defective cargo containment systems.

US$185 million LMAA arbitration

Acting for insurers and the P&I Club in a LMAA arbitration arising from the casualty of a vessel.

US$9 million ICC arbitration

Acting for a major biopharmaceutical company in Korea in a circa US$9 million ICC arbitration arising from a Manufacturing, License, Supply and Distribution Agreement.

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US$400 million LMAA arbitration

Advising one of Korea's largest shipping companies in a dispute with a shipbuilder concerning defective cargo containment systems.

US$185 million LMAA arbitration

Acting for insurers and the P&I Club in a LMAA arbitration arising from the casualty of a vessel.

US$30 million shipbuilding dispute

Acting for the Builder in relation to a claim concerning defective welding.

US$13 million concerning marine casualty

Advising travel agency in a dispute arising out of a collision of two river cruisers. 

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