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  • Commercial Litigation
  • Commercial Arbitration
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Singapore 188778 Singapore

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Biography

Subra's practice has been primarily in the field of Commercial Litigation and Arbitration with particular emphasis in construction and engineering disputes. 

As an accredited Arbitrator and experienced Arbitration Counsel, Subra has advised and represented clients in several international arbitrations under the SIAC, ICC and UNCITRAL Rules of Arbitration, and, before the High Court and the Court of Appeal.

Recent Accolades include:

Market-Leading Lawyer for Dispute Resoluton and Litigation – Asialaw Profiles 2018

Recommended Lawyer for Dispute Resolution – Legal 500 Asia Pacific 2018

Leading Lawyer for Disputes and Infrastructure – IFLR1000 2016

Firm Description

Established in 1988, Colin Ng & Partners LLP (CNP) is a Singapore law firm with a talent for cross-border business. With about 80 staff, including 39 fee-earners, and a strong network of international contacts, the firm has the capability to deliver legal solutions in Singapore and beyond.

We have what it takes to provide exceptional service to all our clients. CNP is consistently recognised as being among the top full-service law firms in Singapore by leading legal market publications such as Asia Pacific Legal 500, International Financial Law Review 1000, Asialaw Profiles and Chambers Asia.

Recent client feedback include the following comments: 

Clients praise the firm's quick turnaround time, one noting it can "accommodate urgent requests in a short timeframe," and another that it is "responsive and efficient."

Clients also appreciate that the firm is "dedicated to protecting the client's best interests," adding that this "results in a positive outcome."

“CNP's strengths are the accessibility of its lawyers and the reasonableness of the fees.”

“Excellent understanding of commercial implications. Quick to respond and address concerns.”