Ning Jie, Senior Associate

Ning Jie is actively engaged in a wide range of civil litigation and arbitration matters. Her experience includes disputes relating to high-value commercial contracts, insolvency, director / shareholder disputes, tortious claims, employment matters, and construction claims. Apart from dispute resolution, Ning Jie’s practice encompasses non-contentious matters such as reviewing and drafting agreements, corporate transactional work, and provision of legal opinion on regulatory matters.

Ning Jie graduated from the National University of Singapore and is an advocate and solicitor of the Supreme Court of Singapore.

Tenacious and self-motivated, Ning Jie is committed to providing pragmatic solutions for her clients. Being effectively bilingual, Ning Jie brings to the table unique abilities to effectively assist clients both locally and abroad.

Some of Ning Jie’s more recent notable experiences include:

  1. Acting in a major insolvency matter with parallel actions being brought by creditors against directors of the company.
  2. Representing and advising a Singapore company operating a cryptocurrency platform in relation to creditor protection proceedings (See Re Hodlnaut Pte Ltd [2022] SGHC 209).
  3. Representing and advising a director of a Singapore company for claims involving allegations of, inter alia, fraudulent trading, for an amount of approximately US$3.5 billion.
  4. Representing and advising shareholders of various leading Singapore enterprises in claims of, inter alia, minority oppression, shareholder disputes and breach of directors’ duties (See g. New Ping Ping Pauline and others v Eng’s Noodles House Pte Ltd [2021] SGHC(A) 4; Teelek Realty Pte Ltd and others v Ng Tang Hock [2021] 2 SLR 719).
  5. Representing and advising liquidators of a foreign insolvent company on the recognition of foreign insolvency proceedings (SeeUnited Securities Sdn Bhd (in receivership and liquidation) and another v United Overseas Bank Ltd [2021] 2 SLR 950).
  6. Representing and advising clients in relation to injunctions prohibiting the dealing of assets both regionally and worldwide.
  7. Representing and advising a client in a private action commenced pursuant to the Personal Data Protection Act (See Reed, Michael v Bellingham, Alex (Attorney-General, intervener) [2022] 2 SLR 1156).
  8. Acting as instructing solicitors for Mandarin-speaking clients for matters in various other jurisdictions.

Ning Jie is fluent in English and Mandarin.