Wei Ming is an advocate and solicitor of the Supreme Court of Singapore, specialising in a broad range of complex, multi-jurisdictional matters including commercial litigation, international arbitration and pre-litigation strategic advice.

With experience across a broad range of sectors and types of dispute, Wei Ming has particular knowledge and expertise in insurance litigation and advisory work, including high-value product liability claims, professional indemnity, public liability as well as contractors’ all risks and recovery claims. He has regularly presented at insurance-focused seminars on the right of recovery in insurance cases.

Wei Ming was a member of the award-winning team that represented the National University of Singapore at the 10th International Maritime Law Arbitration Moot and represented his former firm at the 2012 Essex Court Chambers-Singapore Academy of Law Mooting Competition.

Wei Ming is proficient in English and Mandarin.

Lakshanthi Fernando and Wei Ming Tan published by the Business Times
6 December, 2016 by Holborn Law in News

Lakshanthi Fernando and Wei Ming Tan commented on the challenges facing Asia in relation to enforceability of arbitral awards in light of two recent high profile cases.




Wei Ming Tan discusses the Arb-Med-Arb Protocol
3 June, 2016 by Holborn Law in News

The Singapore International Mediation Centre shares Wei Ming Tan’s recent blog post:

A helpful post about the SIAC-SIMC Arb-Med-Arb service, including its key benefits and other frequently asked questions by Wei Ming Tan on the Singapore International Arbitration Blog.

Holborn combines Singapore court and disputes expertise with alternative dispute resolution procedures such as mediation.