En Ying specialises in litigation and dispute resolution. Her work involves in court disputes, arbitrations and mediations in a range of civil litigation areas, with a focus on medical malpractice and construction disputes.
She has experience dealing with medical negligence claims, disciplinary proceedings and Coroner’s inquiries, and has advised and represented a medico-legal defence organisation, insurers, healthcare professionals and healthcare institutions in matters across a range of general and specialist medical practices. Her practice also includes advising on healthcare regulatory issues, such as the regulation of healthcare professionals, healthcare service providers, and health products, including where relevant to operational matters and corporate transactions.
En Ying also has experience advising on construction, engineering and infrastructure projects, including on legal issues and strategy associated with various aspects of project management and claims. She particularly enjoys disputes involving complex technical issues of geotechnical as well as civil and structural engineering, and has advised and acted in matters relating to the design and monitoring of deep excavations and soil improvement works, and compliance with local and international codes and specifications in the design of permanent and temporary works. She has also served as an assessor under the COVID-19 (Temporary Measures) Act 2020 to resolve disputes arising from the application of the Act, with a focus on construction and supply contracts.
En Ying graduated from the National University of Singapore with an LL.B. (Hons) degree, placing on the Dean’s list in her final year. She joined Allen & Gledhill after being called to the Singapore Bar in 2008, in which she ranked within the top 20 candidates for the year.
- Advised a healthcare professional and indemnity provider in a dispute concerning catastrophic injury following complications at child birth, involving claims in excess of S$38 million.
- Advised a lead investor on healthcare regulatory issues and due diligence in a financing round for a regional healthtech company, involving capital raised of over US$65 million.
- Represented a local authority in SIAC arbitrations concerning the design and construction of a major infrastructure project, involving claims exceeding S$130 million.