Fullerton Law Chambers


16 Collyer Quay
#26-02 income@raffles
Singapore, 049318

Telephone:+65 6206 1488
Fax:+65 6206 1489

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Director: Alfred Lim
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Director: Edmund Eng
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Director: Tham Wei Chern
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Quick facts:

Number of lawyers: 12
Languages: English and Mandarin

Fullerton Law Chambers LLC is a Singapore based boutique law firm providing premier dispute resolution services.

Our directors have practised in various prominent and respected law firms as equity partners or directors prior to the establishment of Fullerton Law Chambers LLC. They have also been repeatedly endorsed by various international legal publications for their expertise in litigation and international arbitration. These include The Legal 500, Asialaw Leading Lawyers and Benchmark Litigation Asia-Pacific.

Our team’s primary strength is in corporate and commercial dispute resolution. We advise and act for blue chip corporate clients, and provide a complete suite of dispute resolution services. We also advise and act for high net-worth individuals and families to address their legal concerns and needs.

  • Administrative and regulatory
  • Appellate
  • Civil litigation
  • Commercial and transactions
  • Commercial arbitration
  • Financial services regulatory : Contentious
  • Insolvency and restructuring
  • International Arbitration
  • Domestic Arbitration
  • Labour and Employment
  • Litigation
  • Trusts and Estates

Matter before the High Court of Singapore and Court of Appeal of Singapore which raises a novel point of law – whether the knowledge and intention of the de facto director ought to be attributed to the company to preclude the company from claiming against an ex-employee who was acting in concert with the said director. 

Matter before the High Court of Singapore which is one of the first cases in Singapore to deal with the issue of the scope of duty of care owed by valuers toward a company, and also with issues such as the defence of illegality and is therefore likely to be a precedent-setting case not only in Singapore, but in other common law jurisdictions. 

Matter before the High Court of Singapore which canvasses new grounds on the scope and meaning of storage agreements used globally in oil products storage agreement. More specifically, whether contractual liens stipulated in such service agreements in any way offer property in which a 3rd party holds title and a right of possession. 

  • Banking
  • Construction and infrastructure
  • Consumer goods and materials
  • Energy
  • Financial services
  • Gaming
  • Oil and gas
  • Shipping
  • Corporate commercial