Xue Ting was admitted to the Singapore bar as an advocate and solicitor in 2014. She has extensive experience in shipping and commercial disputes, and non-contentious and advisory work.
Xue Ting regularly advises and represents clients on international trade disputes, shipbuilding disputes and cargo disputes.
Xue Ting has significant experience in Singapore court litigation, having appeared at all levels of the Singapore courts. She has also appeared before various arbitration tribunals (SIAC, SCMA, GAFTA and ad hoc).
Highlight matters include:
Matters handled prior to joining the firm
Represented a coal trading company in a High Court trial concerning the non-performance of a coal sale agreement.
Represented a crane manufacturer in an SIAC arbitration concerning the construction, sale and purchase of first-in-the-world fibre rope cranes for offshore use.
Represented a bunker trading company in claims arising out of a bunker sleeving arrangement for a substantial amount of bunkers that went missing.
Represented a bunker trading company in claims for breach of a bunker barging contract, conversion and conspiracy.
Represented a cargo company director in defending against claims of cargo fraud and conspiracy brought by a freight forwarder.
Represented a shipyard in defending against charges brought under the Workplace Safety and Health Act.
Represented a shipyard subcontractor in claims against its supplier for non-delivery and defective delivery of materials for construction of a rig.
Represented a shareholder in a High Court trial concerning the transfer of shares in a family company.
Represented an engineering company in a contractual dispute with its former joint venture partner.
National University of Singapore
Professional Associations and Memberships:
Member, Law Society of Singapore Member, Singapore Academy of Law