Clyde & Co boosts APAC aviation practice with partner hire in Singapore

Terence Liew joins from HFW

Clyde & Co boosts APAC aviation practice with partner hire in Singapore

Clyde & Co has announced the partner hire of Terence Liew in Singapore. Joining from HFW, he is a dispute resolution and aviation partner covering aviation insurance, regulatory, commercial and uninsured aviation work in Asia.

Liew has many years of experience acting for a diverse portfolio of aviation and aerospace clients from across the region. Beyond contentious work, he works on the non-contentious side of the aviation sector, including regulatory and commercial work.

Liew will play a key role in the expansion of Clyde & Co’s aviation capabilities at a time of increased client demand and significant changes and growth in the market following the pandemic.

“The aviation and aerospace market will continue to grow globally, particularly in the Asia-Pacific region,” said Kevin Sutherland, partner and chair of the global aviation practice group in San Francisco. “Terence is a key addition to our team, who will further boost our regional aviation capabilities and our globally integrated offering.”

Liew joins as part of Clyde & Co’s network of aviation lawyers, which operates through a single global practice group, and he also joins the firm’s global aviation executive group.

This key hire ensures that Clyde & Co’s regional aviation practice continues to offer a broad service to the industry, including on-and offshore services to clients.

“I am delighted to be joining such a large, dedicated global team at a time where both the aviation industry as well as the sector's legal advisors have seen drastic change,” said Liew. “There are tremendous opportunities at this juncture to assist and support clients through this period of growth.”

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