Timothy Ng LLC is a boutique firm specialising in commercial disputes. We have a broad range of experience in relation to corporate and commercial matters. Some highlights of the work that we do include:

Merger and Acquisition Transactions
Sale and purchase of shares and other securities
Sale and purchase of asset or business
Due diligence on target entities

Joint Venture Agreement
Shareholders' agreement
Consortium arrangements
Voting arrangements
Joint development agreements
Partnerships and limited liability partnerships

Corporate Disputes
Shareholders and Joint Venture Disputes
Actions Against Directors
Corporate Restructuring and Workouts
Fraud & Corruption

Contracts and Agreements
Employment agreements
Service agreements
Restraint of trade agreements
Distributorship agreement
Sale of goods
Non-disclosure agreements

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Timothy Ng Wai Keong
Tel: (65) 6226 3650

LL.B, University of Buckingham
LL.M, National University of Singapore

Advocate & Solicitor, Supreme Court of Singapore
Notary Public and a Commissioner for Oaths in Singapore
Member of the Bar of England and Wales, Gray’s Inn
Fellow of the Singapore Institute of Arbitrators
Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators
Fellow of the Asian International Arbitration Centre

Timothy Ng Wai Keong is a widely respected dispute resolution lawyer and consistently receives instructions and referrals from fellow members of the Bar. He has been mentored by a retired high court judge and two senior counsel.

Timothy is widely regarded for three broad areas of practice, namely construction and infrastructure, corporate and crime.

Besides acting as counsel, Timothy Ng is also on the panel of arbitrators of:
  • The Law Society of Singapore;
  • Singapore Institute of Arbitrators; and
  • Asian International Arbitration Centre (formerly known as Kuala Lumpur Regional Centre for Arbitration).
With regards to the non-contentious aspects of his practice, Timothy has advised client on construction agreements and joint ventures for both local and international projects ranging from buildings to water treatment plants and trains.

With regards to the contentious aspects of his practice, Timothy has advised and acted for clients in both local and international corporate related disputes, the largest of which was an international arbitration under the ICC Rules arising out of a joint venture dispute between a European Brewery and a leading Asean beverage distributor. The amount in dispute exceeded USD500 million.

Allison Foo Li Ting

Allison Foo Li Ting
Tel: (65) 6226 3650

LL.B (Hons), University of Bristol

Advocate & Solicitor, Supreme Court of Singapore

Allison was called to the Singapore Bar in 2018.

Allison has accumulated significant experience in dispute resolution and has represented both individual and corporate clients in both the State Courts and the High Court. Allison also has experience in other forms of dispute resolution such as mediation and adjudication proceedings under the Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act (Cap. 30B) (“SOP Act”).

Allison has advised clients in both contentious and non-contentious corporate and commercial matters, ranging from shareholders’ disputes to drafting and reviewing commercial agreements and more. She is astute and sensitive towards clients’ needs and is able to propose effective strategies to achieve the best possible outcome for clients.

Some examples of matters which Allison has handled:
  • Acted for a director and equal shareholder of a company in multiple proceedings against the other director and shareholder of the company and successfully negotiated a buyout.
  • Successfully struck out an action brought in the name of a Singapore-incorporated company by a majority shareholder based in Myanmar against a client who is a director and the minority shareholder of the company.
  • Acted for a Singapore storage company in drafting and negotiating agreements for the acquisition of a competitor.
  • Acted for a PRC client in negotiations and due diligence for a potential contract in relation to frozen meat imports.


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