Kit Chong is an associate in the firm's Dispute Resolution group based in London. His practice includes complex cross-border commercial litigation and international arbitration, with a particular focus on the latter.
Kit Chong represents and advises clients from a variety of industries in commercial, construction, and investment treaty disputes. He has experience in arbitration proceedings conducted both on an ad hoc basis and under the rules of major arbitral institutions.
Kit Chong joined White & Case as a trainee solicitor, during which time he also sat with the White Collar/Investigations team and gained experience in matters relating to cybercrime, money laundering, fraud, bribery and corruption.
Acting for a US company in ICSID annulment proceedings arising from its investment in an electricity distribution company.
Acting for a consortium of Japanese and Korean contractors in a SIAC arbitration over the construction of one of the largest petrochemical refineries in Southeast Asia.
Acting for a shipbuilder in an LCIA arbitration concerning the major refurbishment of an FPSO to be deployed in Brazil.
Acting for a State-owned gas company in an LCIA arbitration relating to a gas pipeline project in West Africa.
Assisting the team in an ICSID arbitration under the DR-CAFTA arising from two US claimants' investments in the gold mining industry.
Assisting the team acting for a government in the Middle East in a dispute concerning the construction of an international airport.
Conducting an internal investigation into highly-publicised allegations of corruption and organised crime activity surrounding a significant national infrastructure project in Europe.
Advising a leading global social media platform provider on potential criminal and civil liability concerning content posted on its platform, and on various legal issues arising in the course of its business.