Kenji graduated from the National University of Singapore in 2018 with a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) and was admitted as an Advocate and Solicitor of the Supreme Court in 2019.
Kenji is part of the firm’s litigation and arbitration department. He has handled various matters before the Supreme Court of Singapore ranging from high-value property claim disputes to disputes involving a digital payment service provider.
Kenji has also been involved in various contentious matters before the State Courts of Singapore involving amongst others, employment disputes, contractual disputes, defamation and personal injury claims.
Some of the matters which Kenji has been involved in include:
- Acted for the Defendants in disputes over legal and beneficial ownership of a S$1.5 million shophouse in Koh Lian Chye & anor v Koh Ah Leng & anor  SGHC 131;
- Acted for a digital payment services provider-cum-issuer of encrypted digital currency in defending a claim of approximately US$440,000. The default judgment was set aside at first instance and affirmed in the Registrar’s Appeal;
- Acted for an insurer to defend a claim in excess of S$55 million in relation to property damage caused by a fire;
- Acted for a Chief Financial Officer in his claims for unpaid salaries and employment benefits of approximately S$190,000 from his former employer;
- Acted for an employee in an employment dispute whereby the claims from his former employer were dismissed and the counterclaim for unpaid salaries and commissions were allowed;
- Represented an accused in a criminal trial relating to charges under the Employment of Foreign Manpower Act.