Adam Tahsin is a member of the Firm's International Arbitration Practice in Asia.
Adam's practice focuses on international arbitration in the oil and gas, construction and financial services sectors as well as commercial disputes.
Examples of Adam's recent experience includes assisting on the following matters as international counsel:
Advising an Asian contractor in a potential ICC arbitration, seated in Singapore, arising from a dispute relating to the construction of a 660 MW coal-fired power plant in Southeast Asia.
Advising a contractor on potential claims under a bilateral investment treaty in relation to an EPC contract in East Africa.
Representation of a global marine engineering company in a US$150 million ICC arbitration, seated in Singapore, arising from a dispute over a joint venture.
Representing an Asian oil major in an UNCITRAL arbitration, under New York law, seated in Singapore, to be administered by the SIAC, arising out of a dispute with a contractor in connection with a pipeline construction project in Indonesia.
Advising an East Asian contractor in relation to a Thai-law governed EPC contract for the construction of an oil facility in Thailand.