Kenneth’s main areas of practice are litigation, restructuring and insolvency, and international arbitration. He has substantial experience representing clients in complex contentious matters involving contractual claims, property disputes, shareholder disputes, banking claims, trust disputes, directors’ duties, media and entertainment disputes, employment, and defamation. Kenneth also regularly represents lenders, borrowers and insolvency professionals in relation to liquidation, judicial management, receivership, schemes of arrangement, and complex multi-jurisdictional restructurings.
Kenneth has been consistently cited and recommended for his expertise in restructuring and insolvency by legal publications such as Chambers Asia-Pacific and IFLR1000. The Legal 500 Asia Pacific describes Kenneth as a key individual “noted for the restructuring of distressed companies in the shipping and oil and gas sectors”, and is praised by clients for providing “practical advice, taking into account the commercial reality and business needs.”
Kenneth has appeared as amicus curiae under the Supreme Court’s Young Amicus Curiae scheme on novel matters concerning constitutional protections, criminal procedure and sentencing.
Kenneth is the Chairman of the Advisory Committee to the Professional Conduct Council established under the Legal Profession Act. He is a Fellow of the Insolvency Practitioners Association of Singapore, a member of the Admissions Committee and Insolvency Practice Committee of the Law Society of Singapore, and an accredited Associate Mediator with the Singapore Mediation Centre.