Name   Clarence Lun

Designation   Head of Dispute Resolution

Company   Foxwood LLC

Country    Singapore

Clarence is the Head of Dispute Resolution in Foxwood LLC. Prior to joining Foxwood LLC, Clarence held the helm as the Group General Counsel and Senior Legal Counsel of 2 major listed oil and gas companies in Singapore, having gained experience practicing in the dispute resolution department of an international law firm and a leading local law firm. Clarence has extensive experience working on shipping, oil and gas, engineering, construction and infrastructure project disputes and is consistently engaged on large-scale arbitration matters under the auspices of SIAC, AIAC, ad-hoc arbitration, HKIAC, LMAA, LCIA. Clarence also has an active litigation practice in the Supreme Court of Singapore and is consistently engaged on urgent injunctive proceedings. Clarence is also actively in matters before the Singapore International Commercial Court, a division of the Singapore High Court. A representative sampling of the matters that Clarence is involved in below: Construction; Oil and Gas Involved in 6 ad-hoc arbitrations relating to offshore oil and gas disputes for total quantum in excess of USD $300million against an India national oil and gas company governed under Indian law governed in ad-hoc arbitration. Issues involved delay, defects, variation orders, change orders, FEED engineering designs, concurrent delay, liquidated damages. Involved in an offshore construction related claim of around USD 8 million against an Asian offshore services company. Singapore law governed in an SIAC arbitration in Singapore. Involved in an offshore construction related dispute governed under English Law of around USD 65 million against a leading European multi-national oil and gas company. Involved in an ICC arbitration relating to offshore construction related dispute governed under Mexico Law of around USD 14 million against a Houston based offshore services company operating in Mexico. Mexican law governed in negotiations in Houston. Involved in an SCMA arbitration relating to charter-party claim of around USD 4.5 million against an Asian offshore services company. Involved in resisting urgent application for multiple injunctions on the calling on multi-million-dollar performance bonds by an Asian multi-national oil and gas company. Indian law governed in the courts of India. Involved in the negotiation and drafting of various joint venture consortium agreements and front-end engineering and construction contracts with prominent oil and gas companies based in Indonesia, Malaysia and Belgium. Involved in a RM 30mil construction claim relating to a Malaysia conglomerate on purported unlawful termination of contract and dispute with joint venture partner.