Philip Teoh

Philip Teoh is a practicing lawyer and partner, and he is the head of the Insurance, Shipping, International Trade and Arbitration Practice at Azmi & Associates Malaysia. He has been in legal practice in Singapore and Malaysia for over 30 years and is an international arbitrator with several international arbitration centers of AIAC, ICC, SCMA, LMAA, KCAB, AABD, Brunei, CAAI Taiwan, LCIA.

Ever Given: Legal and Insurance Implications

As the saga of Ever Given and the salvage efforts continue to unfold, the longer term effects bear examining. The fragility of...

Navigating Disputes

By Philip Teoh 03-23-2021 10:18:00

Posted in: Shipping

Moving ships across oceans involves interplay among numerous parties – from owners and charterers to ship managers, cargo ha...

Operating in a Changed World

By Philip Teoh 02-07-2021 08:18:00

Posted in: Ports

When Covid-19 hit in early 2020, countries rushed to contain the infection by closing borders, shutting down industries and restri...

FIATA Guidelines to Forwarders on Abandoned Goods

The International Federation of Freight Forwarders Associations, which represents more than 100 national associations and 5,500 fr...

Major Intra-Asian Free Trade Deal Finalized

By Philip Teoh 11-15-2020 06:17:00

Posted in: Government

Sunday, November 15 saw the signing of Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) in a virtual ceremony on the sidelines o...

Learning Through a Pandemic

By Philip Teoh 09-21-2020 12:21:49

Posted in: Shipping

No industry was prepared or spared when COVID-19 hit the world, bringing closures of production, businesses, borders and ports alo...

Beirut Port Tragedy: Ports and Dangerous Chemicals 

By Philip Teoh 08-06-2020 01:44:41

Posted in: Ports

The tragedy at Beirut on August 4 highlights what happens when dangerous chemicals are not stored with care. The explosion tore th...

The Impact of the Covid-19 Pandemic on Shipping

By Philip Teoh 04-07-2020 01:22:23

Posted in: Shipping

The Covid-19 pandemic still rages unabated in April 2020, affecting lives, businesses, individuals and industries in ways that wil...

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