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Kaili Ang

T: +65 6661 6854 M: +65 8322 5526 Email Kaili | vCard Office: Singapore

Kaili Ang Senior associate

Contact details

Kaili Ang

Kaili Ang
Senior associate

T: +65 6661 6854 M: +65 8322 5526 Email Kaili | vCard Office: Singapore

Kaili is a senior associate at Virtus Law*. She specialises in commercial litigation and arbitration with a focus on international trade, shipping and oil and gas.
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She has been involved in multi-jurisdictional cases involving cargo claims, charterparty disputes, bill of lading disputes, offshore construction disputes among others.

*Virtus Law LLP (T13LL0339K) and Stephenson Harwood LLP (T13LL0821C) are registered as a Formal Law Alliance in Singapore under the name Stephenson Harwood (Singapore) Alliance. Both firms are registered in Singapore under the Limited Liability Partnership Act (Chapter 163A) with limited liability. The term "partner" is used to refer to a member in one of the constituent law firms.

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Acted in various ad-hoc arbitration proceedings against an India public sector organisation under various offshore oil and gas contracts for claims amounting to approximately US$226 million.

Advised on potential claims amounting to US$207 million against a Bruneian company in relation to a contract of the provision of offshore services.

Advised a Singapore company on its claims against various Indonesian entities in relation to a series of contracts for provision of offshore services.

Resisted a claim by owners of a vessel for breach of a long-term charterparty and hire in excess of US$23 million which involved issues of agency and authority to contract on behalf of charterers.

Acted in a London Maritime Arbitrators Association (LMAA) arbitration commenced by a Norwegian company against a Singapore company for claims arising out of a SUPPLYTIME charterparty.

Acted in a Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre (HKIAC) arbitration for claims arising between shareholders of a joint venture in relation to a coal mine amounting to the value of approximately US$300 million.

More: International arbitration

‘Yue You 902’

Acted for a vessel owner in resisting a US$8 million claim by a financial institution for misdelivery of cargo involving novel issues on the interpretation of the Singapore Bills of Lading Act.

‘Ocean Mare’

Acted for a bunker supplier in challenging the priorities of the mortgagee in relation to the payment out from proceeds of a sale of the vessel.

Acted for a charterer in defending against a claim for damages for wrongful arrest of a vessel.

More: Shipping litigation

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Acted in various ad-hoc arbitration proceedings against an India public sector organisation under various offshore oil and gas contracts for claims amounting to approximately US$226 million.

Advised on potential claims amounting to US$207 million against a Bruneian company in relation to a contract of the provision of offshore services.

Advised a Singapore company on its claims against various Indonesian entities in relation to a series of contracts for provision of offshore services.

Acted in a Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre (HKIAC) arbitration for claims arising between shareholders of a joint venture in relation to a coal mine amounting to the value of approximately US$300 million.

More: Energy and natural resources

Resisted a claim by owners of a vessel for breach of a long-term charterparty and hire in excess of US$23 million which involved issues of agency and authority to contract on behalf of charterers.

Acted in a London Maritime Arbitrators Association (LMAA) arbitration commenced by a Norwegian company against a Singapore company for claims arising out of a SUPPLYTIME charterparty.

Acted on behalf of a Singapore company against a Taiwanese shipowner in an LMAA arbitration for a claim for deterioration of cargo on board the vessel arising out of prolongation of voyage amounting to US$3.5 million.

Advised on the rights and liabilities of a Singapore company pursuant to a series of shipbuilding contracts for six vessels with a China shipyard and the delivery of the vessels from the China shipyard.

More: Shipping

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