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Wei Lee Lim is a partner in the banking and financial disputes and international arbitration practices at WongPartnership LLP. Her main areas of practice involve litigation and arbitration across a wide range of matters, including commercial, corporate and banking disputes, fraud, cross-border trade and investment disputes, insolvency, and judicial review. In addition to an active court practice as counsel in the High Court and Court of Appeal, Wei Lee has acted as counsel in arbitrations conducted under various arbitral rules, including the SIAC, UNCITRAL, AIAC and ICC rules. Wei Lee has been involved in significant litigation matters and is very active in regional arbitrations, and in arbitration-related court proceedings.
Wei Lee has contributed extensively to various leading publications on arbitration and litigation, including the Singapore chapters for The Asia-Pacific Arbitration Review (GAR), the Asia Arbitration Handbook, the IBA Arbitration Guide, Arbitration of M&A Transactions (Oxford University Press, the International Bar Association, and Globe Law and Business) and the Practitioner’s Handbook on International Commercial Arbitration (Oxford University Press); and the chapter ‘Arbitrators’ in Arbitration in Singapore – A Practical Guide, Second Edition (Sweet & Maxwell), the chapter on interim relief in Singapore International Arbitration: Law & Practice (LexisNexis), the chapter ‘Discovery’ in Law and Practice of Commercial Litigation in Singapore 2015 (Sweet & Maxwell) and the chapter ‘Interlocutory Applications’ in Civil Litigation in Singapore 2016 (Sweet & Maxwell).
Wei Lee is recognised as a leading practitioner in the area of commercial arbitration by Expert Guides, and as a litigator who ‘offers excellent client service and is extremely persuasive and thoughtful in giving counsel’ in The Legal 500 Asia Pacific.
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