is a partner of CMS and co-head of the infrastructure and construction practice in Singapore. He brings more than two decades of experience to championing clients’ interests not only in contentious but also transactional matters, particularly in the construction, engineering and infrastructure sector. Kelvin has represented clients in all levels of the Singapore courts, in tribunals in statutory adjudications under Singapore’s Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act, and in arbitrations under various arbitral institutions, including AIAC, ICC, SIAC and CIETAC. He advises clients throughout the changing dynamics of any project cycle, ranging from front-end structuring and procurement to back-end work in which disputes have arisen.
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