Lydia Ni's practice, which is focused on international arbitration, includes advising and representing clients in multijurisdictional disputes arising from joint ventures and construction projects.
Prior to joining Jones Day in 2018, Lydia practiced at a top-tier Singapore law firm where she advised and/or acted in high-profile and complex commercial litigation matters before the Singapore courts as well as in Singapore International Arbitration Centre (SIAC) and ad hoc arbitrations.
Lydia's recent experience includes representing a construction joint venture in a multimillion dollar dispute with its consortium member in relation to a power plant project in the Middle East, advising a manufacturing company and a hydraulic stimulation service provider on disputes with their joint venture partners, and advising the Chinese subsidiary of a technology conglomerate in an arbitration in Shanghai.
Witness-Gating: Arbitrator's Denial of Witness Evidence at Hearing Deemed Breach of Natural Justice in Singapore
- National University of Singapore (LL.B. with honors 2014)
- Supreme Court of Singapore
- English, Mandarin, and Shanghainese