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Alex Lo is an associate in King & Spalding’s Singapore office and a member of the firm’s International Arbitration practice. He is an attorney and counselor-at-law admitted to practice in the state of New York. 

Alex has advised and represented companies in commercial arbitrations under the rules of major arbitral institutions. He is also a visiting lecturer at the National Taiwan University (NTU), and appears regularly in Taiwan as speaker on issues in international arbitration.

Prior to joining King & Spalding, Alex was Managing Counsel at the Singapore International Arbitration Centre (SIAC) and was responsible for the administration and management of more than 200 arbitrations conducted under the SIAC Rules and the UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules. Alex also assisted the SIAC Court of Arbitration in the revision of the SIAC Rules.

Alex is a native Chinese speaker.

Publications

Elodie Dulac & Alex Lo, The SIAC Rules 2016: New Features, 5(2) Indian J. of Arb. Law 129 (2016).

Alex Lo, The Investor-State Dispute Settlement Mechanism Under the Cross-Strait Bilateral Investment Agreement to Address the Protection of Personal Freedom and Safety, 6(2) Contemp. Asia Arb. J. 275 (2013).

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Matters

Currently representing a nuclear reactor and services provider in an ICC arbitration against a national power company arising out of the construction of a nuclear power plant in an Asian country. More than USD 400 million is at stake.

Currently representing a Korean company in multiple SIAC arbitrations under the UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules arising out of the construction of an iron ore mine in Western Australia. The amount in dispute is over AUD 2.5 billion.

Currently representing an oil & gas company in an UNCITRAL arbitration arising out of a joint operating agreement.  English law governs and hundreds of millions of dollars are at stake.

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Currently representing a nuclear reactor and services provider in an ICC arbitration against a national power company arising out of the construction of a nuclear power plant in an Asian country. More than USD 400 million is at stake.

Currently representing a Korean company in multiple SIAC arbitrations under the UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules arising out of the construction of an iron ore mine in Western Australia. The amount in dispute is over AUD 2.5 billion.

Currently representing an oil & gas company in an UNCITRAL arbitration arising out of a joint operating agreement.  English law governs and hundreds of millions of dollars are at stake.

Currently acting for a major chemical company in relation to defect claims arising from the construction of a process plant. The amount in dispute is over USD 300 million and the contract is governed by the laws of England and Wales.

Matters

Currently representing a nuclear reactor and services provider in an ICC arbitration against a national power company arising out of the construction of a nuclear power plant in an Asian country. More than USD 400 million is at stake.

Currently representing a Korean company in multiple SIAC arbitrations under the UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules arising out of the construction of an iron ore mine in Western Australia. The amount in dispute is over AUD 2.5 billion.

Currently representing an oil & gas company in an UNCITRAL arbitration arising out of a joint operating agreement.  English law governs and hundreds of millions of dollars are at stake.

See more
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Matters

Currently representing a nuclear reactor and services provider in an ICC arbitration against a national power company arising out of the construction of a nuclear power plant in an Asian country. More than USD 400 million is at stake.

Currently representing a Korean company in multiple SIAC arbitrations under the UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules arising out of the construction of an iron ore mine in Western Australia. The amount in dispute is over AUD 2.5 billion.

Currently representing an oil & gas company in an UNCITRAL arbitration arising out of a joint operating agreement.  English law governs and hundreds of millions of dollars are at stake.

Currently acting for a major chemical company in relation to defect claims arising from the construction of a process plant. The amount in dispute is over USD 300 million and the contract is governed by the laws of England and Wales.

Credentials

New York

Mandarin Chinese