Tiffany Lam is an associate in the Firm's Dispute Resolution practice.
Her practice focuses on international arbitration and commercial litigation. She has experience representing clients in cross-border arbitrations under the ICC and LCIA rules, as well as in proceedings before the Hong Kong and English Courts. She advises large corporate clients across sectors, including the financial services, oil and gas, and technology sectors.
Tiffany joined the Firm as a trainee solicitor in 2017 and practised in the Firm's London and Hong Kong offices. Her interest in ESG and business and human rights matter has led her to become an active member of the firm's Business & Human Rights interest group. She is also regularly involved in pro bono work and a frequent winner of the White & Case Pro Bono Awards.
Representing Meta Platforms Inc. as a member of the team that handles all international litigation for Meta, including matters implicating data protection, privacy, defamation, intermediary liability, and consumer protection laws.
Representing an Eastern European oil & gas company in a London-seated LCIA arbitration relating to a US$2 billion shareholder dispute.
Defending a state-owned oil & gas company in English High Court proceedings in connection with a US$85 million claim relating to a vessel-chartering contract, and represented the same client in an LCIA arbitration relating to a cargo sale.
Representing a US-based data centre developer in Hong Kong High Court proceedings brought under a confidentiality agreement in connection with a €750 million project in Germany.
Acting for a lender in cross-border enforcement actions against an entertainment conglomerate arising out of a US$130 million loan, including handling transaction-linked HKIAC arbitrations and other disputes and advising on insolvency issues.
Advising a blockchain-enabled platform in connection with a dispute between token holders.
Advising a global entertainment and sports agency in connection with its acquisition of one of the world's leading brand management agencies.
Advising a group of creditors in disputes relating to restructuring of debts under an English-law governed club facility and Chapter 11 proceedings involving anti-suit proceedings in the US and Peru.
Representing one of the largest Chinese electronic goods retailers in a potential HKIAC arbitration arising out of a put and call option agreement relating to an acquisition in Italy.
Acting for beneficiaries of a Central American foundation in a high-stakes ICC arbitration relating to breach of fiduciary duties.
Advising multinational corporations on various Business and Human Rights (BHR) matters, such as advising on compliance with the UN Guiding Principles on BHR and the UK Modern Slavery Act, conducting human rights litigation risk analysis in connection with restructuring proposals, and reviewing corporate policies.