William Ong Boon Hwee’s areas of practice encompass international arbitration, banking litigation, corporate insolvency and restructuring as well as corporate litigation.
William has substantial experience in banking litigation, financial and securities-related disputes, and regularly represents banks and financial institutions in disputes involving structured products, margin trading, valuations, guarantees and enforcement of security. He is also actively involved in representing clients in corporate disputes such as shareholder and directors’ disputes as well as joint venture disputes.
William has a special interest in the field of assessment of damages and valuation methodology, as he believes that most disputes would be ultimately concerned with damages and its assessment – he is familiar with the technical and legal aspects of this area, which is valued by clients.
William is effectively bilingual in English and Mandarin and has rendered expert opinions before the English courts and the courts of the People’s Republic of China. The Legal 500 Asia Pacific (2019) noted that William ‘can zero in on the key issues of concern, map out strategic solutions and passionately deliver legal arguments’.
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