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Hanna Azkya is an associate in King & Spalding’s Singapore office and a member of the firm’s International Arbitration group. She has represented clients on investment treaty and commercial arbitrations under the rules of major arbitral institutions, including ICSID, SIAC, ICC, and GAFTA, as well as ad hoc arbitrations under the UNCITRAL and SCMA Arbitration Rules. 

She has advised a range of clients such as members of the International Group of P&I Clubs, charterers, shipowners and shipyards on commercial matters and various charterparty and commodities trading disputes. She also enjoyed a secondment at J.P.Morgan’s Commodity Trading legal group in Singapore, where she worked on complex cross-border trades and OTC commodity derivatives transacted under the International Swaps & Derivatives Association master agreements.

Hanna has a Master of Laws in Admiralty from Tulane University Law School, where she was President of the Graduate Lawyers at Tulane, and a Bachelor of Laws from Universitas Indonesia (UI), where she received the Dean’s Award of Appreciation for Academic Excellence and Achievements.

While at UI, Hanna was President of the International Law Moot Court Society, and participated in the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition. In 2007, Hanna was awarded the First Best Oralist at the International Rounds in Washington D.C. She also participated in the 2005 International Maritime Law Arbitration Moot Competition, where she was named the Best Speaker in the Finals.

Hanna is admitted to practice in all courts in Indonesia, and speaks English and Bahasa Indonesia.

Publications

  • “International Handbook on Commercial Arbitration: Indonesia Chapter” (co-authored with Karen Mills), International Council for Commercial Arbitration, Kluwer Law International, 2012
  • “Is International Arbitration Shooting Itself in the Foot? The View From the Next Generation” (co-authored with Karen Mills, Ilman Rakhmat, and Priyanka Tobing), Arbitrators’ Insights: Essays in Honour of Neil Kaplan, 2012
  • “Asia Arbitration Guide: Indonesia Chapter” (co-authored with Karen Mills and Ilman Rakhmat), Respondek & Fan Pte. Ltd., 2009 & 2011
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Matters

Representing a South East Asian conglomerate in an SIAC arbitration arising out of a shareholder dispute

Representing oil & gas developers in a joint venture dispute under the UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules in Singapore

Representing Samsung C&T Corporation in arbitrations administered by the SIAC under the UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules arising out of the engineering and construction of the Roy Hill Iron Ore project in Western Australia

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Representing a South East Asian conglomerate in an SIAC arbitration arising out of a shareholder dispute

Representing oil & gas developers in a joint venture dispute under the UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules in Singapore

Representing Samsung C&T Corporation in arbitrations administered by the SIAC under the UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules arising out of the engineering and construction of the Roy Hill Iron Ore project in Western Australia

Representing Astro All Asia Networks and South Asia Entertainment Holdings in two UNCITRAL arbitrations against India under bilateral investment treaties

Represented a South-East Asian state in an ICSID arbitration involving a European state investor.

Represented a South-East Asian state in an UNCITRAL arbitration against the subsidiary of one of the world’s largest mining companies concerning the enforcement of divestment obligations from a contract of work.

Represented a state-owned oil and gas company from South East Asia in an SIAC arbitration over the enforcement of contractual obligations for a joint exploration project in the Middle East.

Advised shipowners in a claim for a contribution under a general average adjustment from cargo interests. Indonesian law governed.

Represented an offshore services company in an SCMA arbitration arising out of a SUPPLYTIME 2005 charterparty against Italian sub-charterers.

Represented charterers in SIAC arbitrations against shipowners arising out a SUPPLYTIME 2005 charterparty and Saturation Diving Technical Services Agreement.

Advised Vietnamese shipowners on a claim for damages for detention arising out of a 1999 Sugar Charterparty against a major London-based agricultural commodity trading company.

Represented sellers in an ICC arbitration against Chinese buyers concerning a contract of sale and purchase of Indonesian coal.

Matters

Representing a South East Asian conglomerate in an SIAC arbitration arising out of a shareholder dispute

Representing oil & gas developers in a joint venture dispute under the UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules in Singapore

Representing Samsung C&T Corporation in arbitrations administered by the SIAC under the UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules arising out of the engineering and construction of the Roy Hill Iron Ore project in Western Australia

See more
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Matters

Representing a South East Asian conglomerate in an SIAC arbitration arising out of a shareholder dispute

Representing oil & gas developers in a joint venture dispute under the UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules in Singapore

Representing Samsung C&T Corporation in arbitrations administered by the SIAC under the UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules arising out of the engineering and construction of the Roy Hill Iron Ore project in Western Australia

Representing Astro All Asia Networks and South Asia Entertainment Holdings in two UNCITRAL arbitrations against India under bilateral investment treaties

Represented a South-East Asian state in an ICSID arbitration involving a European state investor.

Represented a South-East Asian state in an UNCITRAL arbitration against the subsidiary of one of the world’s largest mining companies concerning the enforcement of divestment obligations from a contract of work.

Represented a state-owned oil and gas company from South East Asia in an SIAC arbitration over the enforcement of contractual obligations for a joint exploration project in the Middle East.

Advised shipowners in a claim for a contribution under a general average adjustment from cargo interests. Indonesian law governed.

Represented an offshore services company in an SCMA arbitration arising out of a SUPPLYTIME 2005 charterparty against Italian sub-charterers.

Represented charterers in SIAC arbitrations against shipowners arising out a SUPPLYTIME 2005 charterparty and Saturation Diving Technical Services Agreement.

Advised Vietnamese shipowners on a claim for damages for detention arising out of a 1999 Sugar Charterparty against a major London-based agricultural commodity trading company.

Represented sellers in an ICC arbitration against Chinese buyers concerning a contract of sale and purchase of Indonesian coal.

Credentials

Indonesia

Indonesian Advocates Association (PERADI)