Darshendev Singh is a Partner with the Energy, Infrastructure & Projects and International Arbitration Practice Group in Messrs Lee Hishammuddin Allen & Gledhill, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. His primary area of practice is commercial dispute resolution, with a focus on disputes relating to construction, engineering, oil & gas, and infrastructure projects. He regularly sits as an adjudicator in disputes brought under the Construction Industry Payment and Adjudication Act 2012 and represents clients in adjudication, litigation and arbitration. He has also been involved in numerous international and domestic arbitrations conducted pursuant to various rules of arbitration. Some of the construction-related matters that Darshendev has represented clients in include disputes arising out of building projects, power purchase agreements, fire insurance policies, alleged defective timber products, the failure of reclamation works, the construction of petrochemical facilities in Sudan, the destruction of petroleum shore tank facilities, the construction of a methanol petrochemical plant, the construction of a coal-fired power plant, the supply of telecommunication systems, the construction of transmission lines, the construction of a gas compression system for onshore facilities designed to receive, compress, dehydrate and chill saturated gas from various offshore fields, and the construction of a hydro power plant. Besides being empanelled with the KLRCA’s panel of adjudicators, Darshendev is also the Chairperson of the Young Members Group of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (Malaysia). Among others, he sits on the Malaysian Bar Council’s Sub-Committees on Arbitration and Construction Law and is a member of the Society of Construction Law Malaysia and the KLRCA’s Young Practitioners Group.