Lyndon is a Counsel with the firm and regularly acts for multinational corporations, state-owned entities, fund managers, and high net-worth individuals in complex corporate and commercial disputes. Lyndon also regularly acts alongside international and local law firms in international litigation and arbitration matters.
Lyndon’s practice spans a wide range of matters, including successfully resisting an asset recovery action in the Singapore High Court for a multi-million dollar debt, representing a venture capital fund manager in a dispute connected to an investment in an Indian tech start-up, and representing directors of a company to resist a S$16 million breach of directors’ duty claim brought by liquidators.
Prior to joining Providence Law Asia, Lyndon practised at a disputes boutique firm in Singapore and a tech-focused UK firm, where he was exposed to a range of practice areas including personal data protection, employment disputes, and professional negligence and malpractice.
Lyndon graduated from the Singapore Management University School of Law with an LLB (Hons.) and was placed on the Dean’s list in his last year in law school. During his time in law school, Lyndon was a moot court champion, representing his university in the Red Cross International Humanitarian Moot 2016 and the Leiden-Sarin International Air Law Moot Court Competition 2018, placing second on both occasions. Lyndon was also part of the team which emerged as the tournament champion of the Oxford Price Media Law Moot Court Competition 2018.
Lyndon was the winner of the YSIAC Essay Writing Competition 2020 with his piece in support of the use of remote hearings for arbitral proceedings before the SIAC.
Lyndon is fluent in English, Mandarin and Cantonese.