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Divyesh Menon

Divyesh Menon

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Divyesh Menon is an associate in Mayer Brown JSM's global international arbitration practice, based in Singapore. Prior to joining Mayer Brown JSM, he was a legal assistant to Dr. Michael Hwang S.C., a leading international arbitrator and the Chief Justice of the Dubai International Financial Centre Courts. Divyesh was also a member of the international arbitration and construction practice of one of Asia's leading law firms.

Divyesh has significant experience acting as counsel or tribunal secretary in complex, high-value commercial disputes across a wide-range of industries, including energy and resources, construction and infrastructure, hotel and gaming management, supply and distribution agreements and business combination disputes. Divyesh also has experience of several investment treaty arbitrations, mostly arising in connection with investments in Asia. Divyesh has experience of arbitrations involving the world’s leading seats (including Singapore, Hong Kong, London, Switzerland, Washington DC, Kuala Lumpur, Dubai and Mumbai) and most major arbitration rules (including the ICC, SIAC, HKIAC, LCIA, CAS, SCC, VIAC, ICSID and UNCITRAL Rules). In addition, Divyesh has experience of litigation in support of international arbitrations seated in Singapore, including in appeals before the Singapore Court of Appeal.

Divyesh completed postgraduate and professional studies (with prizes for academic distinction) at the University of Oxford, The Hague Academy of International Law and the Cornell-Paris Institute of International & Comparative Law; in the course of those studies, he specialised in investor-state dispute settlement.

Divyesh has published on international arbitration matters and is currently assisting the authors of the next edition of Mustill & Boyd on Commercial and Investment Arbitration. Divyesh is amongst the pioneer batch of HKIAC-accredited tribunal secretaries and is an active member of several young arbitration groups.

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