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Jia Lin Hoe is a senior associate in King & Spalding’s Singapore office and a member of the firm’s International Arbitration group. She has worked on commercial, investment treaty and construction arbitrations under the rules of ICC, ICSID, SIAC and UNCITRAL. Jia Lin has practiced international arbitration in Paris, London and Singapore and is admitted to practice in England & Wales, New York and Singapore. Jia Lin has been recognised by Legal 500 (2020) as a Rising Star for international arbitration in Singapore.

Publications

  • Michael Hwang SC and Jia Lin Hoe, 'Confidentiality in Arbitration' (2013) 2(1) LCIA India News 13
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Credentials

England and Wales

New York

Singapore

Rising Star, International Arbitration in Singapore


Legal 500, 2019

“Recommended” for International Arbitration in Singapore


Legal 500, 2015

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Recognition

Rising Star, International Arbitration in Singapore


Legal 500, 2019

“Recommended” for International Arbitration in Singapore


Legal 500, 2015

Matters

Advised a global technology company in a dispute with a Vietnamese state-owned oil and gas company (Vietnam seat).

Acted as counsel for a Korean engineering company in an ad hoc construction arbitration relating to allegedly delayed and defective work.

Worked on an investigation on behalf of the US Government into a US money transfer business in Indonesia and the Philippines.

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Advised a global technology company in a dispute with a Vietnamese state-owned oil and gas company (Vietnam seat).

Acted as counsel for a Korean engineering company in an ad hoc construction arbitration relating to allegedly delayed and defective work.

Worked on an investigation on behalf of the US Government into a US money transfer business in Indonesia and the Philippines.

Advised a major international mining company in a series of high value complex disputes with a Central Asian government.

Advised a US oil and gas major on a series of disputes arising under Production Sharing Agreements and several investment treaties with a Southeast Asian government and state-owned entities.

Defended a production sharing contractor in an ICC arbitration in Paris involving 18 other parties and concerning LNG sales and supply arrangements. New York law governed and hundreds of millions of dollars were at stake.

Representing Samsung C&T Corporation in an arbitration against a subcontractor arising out of the engineering and construction of the Roy Hill Iron Ore project in Western Australia. A total of over USD 1 billion was in dispute.

Represented a South East Asian company against a South East Asian Government in an ad hoc arbitration arising out of a light rail project.

Represented Astro All Asia Networks and South Asia Entertainment Holdings in two UNCITRAL arbitrations against India under bilateral investment treaties. The dispute concerned mistreatment by India of our clients’ investments in the satellite television and radio sectors in India.

Representing a major Philippine conglomerate in an SIAC arbitration against its Indonesian joint venture partner, arising out of a dispute over shares in a Dutch venture that owns and operates the major toll roads in and around Manila.

Representing two Singapore companies in an investment treaty dispute against a North Asian State arising out of a mining project.

Representing Shell Philippines Exploration B.V. in a multibillion dollar ICSID arbitration against the Republic of the Philippines under the Netherlands-Philippines bilateral investment treaty concerning the mistreatment of Shell’s investment in the Malampaya gas to power project. We recently obtained provisional measures in favour of our client.

Representing Chevron in a multibillion dollar UNCITRAL arbitration against the Republic of the Philippines under the Switzerland-Philippines bilateral investment treaty. The dispute concerns revenue allocation for the Malampaya gas to power project.

Representing an oil & gas company in an UNCITRAL arbitration arising out of a joint operating agreement. Defending against counterclaims worth hundreds of millions of dollars.

Won an award for declaratory relief worth over USD 4 billion in an ICC arbitration on behalf of two international oil majors against a Southeast Asian government arising out of a revenue-allocation dispute under a gas service contract.

Matters

Advised a global technology company in a dispute with a Vietnamese state-owned oil and gas company (Vietnam seat).

Acted as counsel for a Korean engineering company in an ad hoc construction arbitration relating to allegedly delayed and defective work.

Worked on an investigation on behalf of the US Government into a US money transfer business in Indonesia and the Philippines.

See more
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Matters

Advised a global technology company in a dispute with a Vietnamese state-owned oil and gas company (Vietnam seat).

Acted as counsel for a Korean engineering company in an ad hoc construction arbitration relating to allegedly delayed and defective work.

Worked on an investigation on behalf of the US Government into a US money transfer business in Indonesia and the Philippines.

Advised a major international mining company in a series of high value complex disputes with a Central Asian government.

Advised a US oil and gas major on a series of disputes arising under Production Sharing Agreements and several investment treaties with a Southeast Asian government and state-owned entities.

Defended a production sharing contractor in an ICC arbitration in Paris involving 18 other parties and concerning LNG sales and supply arrangements. New York law governed and hundreds of millions of dollars were at stake.

Representing Samsung C&T Corporation in an arbitration against a subcontractor arising out of the engineering and construction of the Roy Hill Iron Ore project in Western Australia. A total of over USD 1 billion was in dispute.

Represented a South East Asian company against a South East Asian Government in an ad hoc arbitration arising out of a light rail project.

Represented Astro All Asia Networks and South Asia Entertainment Holdings in two UNCITRAL arbitrations against India under bilateral investment treaties. The dispute concerned mistreatment by India of our clients’ investments in the satellite television and radio sectors in India.

Representing a major Philippine conglomerate in an SIAC arbitration against its Indonesian joint venture partner, arising out of a dispute over shares in a Dutch venture that owns and operates the major toll roads in and around Manila.

Representing two Singapore companies in an investment treaty dispute against a North Asian State arising out of a mining project.

Representing Shell Philippines Exploration B.V. in a multibillion dollar ICSID arbitration against the Republic of the Philippines under the Netherlands-Philippines bilateral investment treaty concerning the mistreatment of Shell’s investment in the Malampaya gas to power project. We recently obtained provisional measures in favour of our client.

Representing Chevron in a multibillion dollar UNCITRAL arbitration against the Republic of the Philippines under the Switzerland-Philippines bilateral investment treaty. The dispute concerns revenue allocation for the Malampaya gas to power project.

Representing an oil & gas company in an UNCITRAL arbitration arising out of a joint operating agreement. Defending against counterclaims worth hundreds of millions of dollars.

Won an award for declaratory relief worth over USD 4 billion in an ICC arbitration on behalf of two international oil majors against a Southeast Asian government arising out of a revenue-allocation dispute under a gas service contract.

Credentials

England and Wales

New York

Singapore

Rising Star, International Arbitration in Singapore


Legal 500, 2019

“Recommended” for International Arbitration in Singapore


Legal 500, 2015

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Recognition

Rising Star, International Arbitration in Singapore


Legal 500, 2019

“Recommended” for International Arbitration in Singapore


Legal 500, 2015