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John Lo's practice is focused on international commercial arbitration. He has advised and represented a range of clients, including multinational corporations, governments, and state-owned entities, and has handled disputes stemming from diverse industries such as telecommunications, shipping, precision manufacturing, water and chemical processing, construction and engineering, and fine art.

Recent matters include an SIAC arbitration arising out of a share sale and purchase agreement and a US$8.4 billion ICC arbitration concerning the design and construction of an offshore gas project in the Middle East.

Prior to joining Jones Day in 2018, John practiced at a leading Singaporean law firm where he handled multifaceted commercial litigation matters for clients before the Singapore courts and in institutional and ad hoc arbitrations.

John speaks fluent English and Mandarin.


  • HHI resolves claims relating to gas pipeline dispute in QatarJones Day lead the defense team on behalf of Hyundai Heavy Industries Co., Ltd. ("HHI") in an ICC arbitration brought by Barzan Gas Company for damages in excess of US$8 billion arising from the construction of a subsea sour gas pipeline in the Barzan field in Qatar.
  • U.S. based company disputes issues involving Chinese business acquisitionJones Day is representing a U.S. based company in a dispute arising under the representations and warranties given in respect of the acquisition of a Chinese business.
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