GOH Wei Wei is a Partner in the Commercial & Corporate Disputes Practice.

Her main areas of practice involve litigation and international arbitration across a wide spectrum of commercial and corporate including contractual, investment and insolvency disputes as well as contentious investigations.

Wei Wei graduated from the National University of Singapore in 2010. She was admitted to the Singapore Bar in 2011.

Matters of significance in which Wei Wei has been involved in include the acting/advising for following:

  • Successfully defending the General Partner of a US$150 million Cayman Island fund against a Limited Partner's claims for breach of a Limited Partnership Agreement, breach of good faith and gross negligence.
  • Successfully acting for a major Israeli consumer goods company against a leading PRC consumer goods manufacturer for wrongful termination of contract in related arbitrations involving claims in excess of US$25 million.
  • In subsequent setting aside proceedings in the Singapore High Court and the Court of Appeal; acting for a Singapore-listed company in pursuing a number of multimillion claims in the Singapore High Court against a Malaysia-listed company and in related cross-border litigation proceedings.
  • Singapore-listed company and related corporate entities in a number of actions in the Singapore High Court against their former director and employees for breach of fiduciary duties, breach of contract and conspiracy.
  • An affiliate of a leading Nigerian oil and gas conglomerate in a contractual dispute with a subsidiary of a PRC state-owned enterprise, arising from the sale and purchase of 600,000 barrels of Sudanese Dar Blend crude oil valued at over US$60 million.
  • The former directors of a Singapore-listed company in high-profile investigations by SGX.

Related Practices

  • Commercial & Corporate Disputes