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Hanyin Foo

T: +65 6226 1600 Email Hanyin | Vcard Office: Singapore

Hanyin Foo Associate

Contact details

Hanyin Foo

Hanyin Foo
Associate

T: +65 6226 1600 Email Hanyin | Vcard Office: Singapore

Hanyin is a commercial disputes lawyer with a particular focus on shipping, offshore energy and international trade.
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Her practice includes acting for global shipping liners, shipowners, charterers, traders, oil and gas companies and P&I Clubs in disputes ranging from bread-and-butter charterparty disputes and cargo claims to high profile oil and gas and super yacht disputes.

In addition to her expertise in dispute resolution, Hanyin regularly provides non-contentious advice on related contracts including ship sale and purchase contracts, ship-broking agreements and power purchase agreements. She is admitted to practise English and Singapore law.

  • International arbitration
  • Marine and international trade

Acting for the Malaysian owners of a semi-submersible floating production platform (SEMI-FPS) in a US$700 million arbitration against an oil major, in relation to the construction and leasing agreement of the SEMI-FPS.

Acting for a major German dry bulk shipping company in an arbitration against Greek shipowners in relation to losses allegedly caused by provision of off-specification bunkers to a vessel.

Acting for Asia-based shipowners in an arbitration against Middle Eastern charterers relating to Letters of Indemnity (“LOIs”), cargo damage and cargo shortage.

Acting for Singaporean cargo owners in a tortious claim against Dutch shippers of dangerous cargo which exploded in international waters off South Africa.

Acting for a major Korean logistics corporation in a claim against charterers for the provision of suspected off-specification bunkers which led to repeated engine failures.

Advising a subsidiary of a major conglomerate in Indonesia on a tender for the transport of coal by Panamax for the Tanjung Jati 5-6 power plant in Central Java, Indonesia.

Advising Asia-based charterers on whether a charterparty contract had been validly formed through correspondence with shipowners’ brokers.

More: Marine and international trade

  • Shipping
  • International trade
  • Energy and natural resources

Acting for Asia-based cargo owners in a tortious claim against Dutch shippers of dangerous cargo which exploded in international waters off South Africa.

Acting for a major German dry bulk shipping company in an arbitration against Greek shipowners in relation to losses allegedly caused by provision of off-specification bunkers to a vessel.

Acting for a major Korean logistics corporation in a claim against charterers for the provision of suspected off-specification bunkers which led to repeated engine failures.

Advising Asia-based charterers on whether a charterparty contract had been validly formed through correspondence with shipowners’ brokers.

More: Shipping

Acting for Singaporean shipowners in an arbitration against Middle Eastern charterers relating to Letters of Indemnity (“LOIs”), cargo damage and cargo shortage.

Acting for a subsidiary of a Chinese trader of crude oil, petroleum products and petrochemicals in a claim against Indonesian sellers for failure to deliver cargo.

Advising an Australian exporter of bulk minerals.

More: International trade

Acting for the Malaysian owners of a semi-submersible floating production platform (SEMI-FPS) in a US$700 million arbitration against an oil major, in relation to the construction and leasing agreement of the SEMI-FPS.

Advising a major Japanese shipping company on the supply of a floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU) and an accompanying O&M agreement for the Hong Kong Offshore liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal project.

Advising a subsidiary of a major conglomerate in Indonesia on a tender for the transport of coal by Panamax for the Tanjung Jati 5-6 power plant in Central Java, Indonesia.

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