Singapore

AWARDS

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Leading individual for Shipping: Domestic: Litigation – Singapore and Recognised Practitioner for Shipping: Domestic: Litigation – Global-wide

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Recommended lawyer for Dispute resolution: Singapore / Shipping: Singapore / Shipping: South Korea

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Asia Business Law Journal’s A-list of Singapore’s Top 100 Lawyers

Daryll Ng

Managing partner

Daryll is the managing partner at Virtus Law and also heads the Stephenson Harwood (Singapore) Alliance dispute resolution practice in Singapore. He has specialised in marine and commercial dispute resolution for more than 20 years. Qualified to practice both in Singapore and the UK, Daryll has appeared at all levels of the Singapore Court and has acted in numerous arbitrations and mediations.

Daryll founded Virtus Law LLP in 2013 together with Arthur Loke, after 15 years of local and international practice. With the Stephenson Harwood (Singapore) Alliance, he offers Singapore law expertise in all aspects of commercial litigation and arbitration including insolvency, shipping and international trade.

 

Daryll has been named in Asia Business Law Journal’s A-list of Singapore’s Top 100 Lawyers, recognised as a Distinguished Practitioner for Shipping by Asialaw Leading Lawyers 2021 and listed as a Recommended Lawyer for Shipping and Dispute Resolution by The Legal 500 Asia Pacific 2021 and a Leading Individual by Chambers Asia Pacific 2021.

 

“Daryll Ng – stands out for his speed of response, commercial acumen and willingness to go the extra mile, while providing very good value for money.”

 

The Legal 500 Asia Pacific 2020

Dispute resolution

Acting for coal traders in respect of a US$8 million arbitration.

 

Acting for charterers in respect of a chain arbitration involving the vessel “Wadi Sudr”.

 

Acting regularly in respect of SIAC, SCMA, ICC, LMAA and ad hoc arbitrations.

 

Acting for offshore platform owner on a shipbuilding dispute with international yard, including numerous construction and delivery issues requiring extensive rework of the vessel.

 

Advising in respect of rightship disputes.

International arbitration

Acting for coal traders in respect of a US$8 million arbitration.

 

Acting for charterers in respect of a chain arbitration involving the vessel “Wadi Sudr”.

 

Acting regularly in respect of SIAC, SCMA, ICC, LMAA and ad hoc arbitrations.

Marine and international trade

Acting for offshore platform owner on a shipbuilding dispute with international yard, including numerous construction and delivery issues requiring extensive rework of the vessel.

 

Acting for a multi-national shipyard on its US$300 million contract with an oil major to build, deliver and commission an FPSO for work off Indonesia.

 

Advising a multi-national shipyard in respect of its US$123 million contract with a major shipping group with end user a national science agency, in respect of the engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning of a dynamically positioned blue water research vessel.

 

Acting for financial institutions in enforcement actions for a US$30 million vessel facility.

 

Acting for coal traders in respect of a US$8 million arbitration.

 

Obtaining injunctions preventing payment out under bank guarantees.

 

Acting for financial institutions in the restructuring of shipbuilding agreements during the 2008 financial crisis. The total facility was worth over US$70 million.

 

Advising in respect of Rightship disputes.

 

Advising in respect of various insolvent Korean and Japanese vessel owners.

+ Profile

Daryll founded Virtus Law LLP in 2013 together with Arthur Loke, after 15 years of local and international practice. With the Stephenson Harwood (Singapore) Alliance, he offers Singapore law expertise in all aspects of commercial litigation and arbitration including insolvency, shipping and international trade.

 

Daryll has been named in Asia Business Law Journal’s A-list of Singapore’s Top 100 Lawyers, recognised as a Distinguished Practitioner for Shipping by Asialaw Leading Lawyers 2021 and listed as a Recommended Lawyer for Shipping and Dispute Resolution by The Legal 500 Asia Pacific 2021 and a Leading Individual by Chambers Asia Pacific 2021.

 

“Daryll Ng – stands out for his speed of response, commercial acumen and willingness to go the extra mile, while providing very good value for money.”

 

The Legal 500 Asia Pacific 2020

+ Services

Dispute resolution

Acting for coal traders in respect of a US$8 million arbitration.

 

Acting for charterers in respect of a chain arbitration involving the vessel “Wadi Sudr”.

 

Acting regularly in respect of SIAC, SCMA, ICC, LMAA and ad hoc arbitrations.

 

Acting for offshore platform owner on a shipbuilding dispute with international yard, including numerous construction and delivery issues requiring extensive rework of the vessel.

 

Advising in respect of rightship disputes.

International arbitration

Acting for coal traders in respect of a US$8 million arbitration.

 

Acting for charterers in respect of a chain arbitration involving the vessel “Wadi Sudr”.

 

Acting regularly in respect of SIAC, SCMA, ICC, LMAA and ad hoc arbitrations.

Marine and international trade

Acting for offshore platform owner on a shipbuilding dispute with international yard, including numerous construction and delivery issues requiring extensive rework of the vessel.

 

Acting for a multi-national shipyard on its US$300 million contract with an oil major to build, deliver and commission an FPSO for work off Indonesia.

 

Advising a multi-national shipyard in respect of its US$123 million contract with a major shipping group with end user a national science agency, in respect of the engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning of a dynamically positioned blue water research vessel.

 

Acting for financial institutions in enforcement actions for a US$30 million vessel facility.

 

Acting for coal traders in respect of a US$8 million arbitration.

 

Obtaining injunctions preventing payment out under bank guarantees.

 

Acting for financial institutions in the restructuring of shipbuilding agreements during the 2008 financial crisis. The total facility was worth over US$70 million.

 

Advising in respect of Rightship disputes.

 

Advising in respect of various insolvent Korean and Japanese vessel owners.

AWARDS

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Leading individual for Shipping: Domestic: Litigation – Singapore and Recognised Practitioner for Shipping: Domestic: Litigation – Global-wide

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Recommended lawyer for Dispute resolution: Singapore / Shipping: Singapore / Shipping: South Korea

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Asia Business Law Journal’s A-list of Singapore’s Top 100 Lawyers

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