Kenneth Loh graduated from the Singapore Management University with a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) in 2019, and was admitted as an Advocate and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Singapore in 2020.
After his training in Drew & Napier LLC, a Big Four law firm in Singapore, doing both civil and criminal litigation and criminal investigations work, Kenneth attained further litigation experience with LVM Law Chambers LLC, a senior counsel’s chambers, in the China & Asia and White Collar Crime, Regulations & Advisory practices.
Kenneth’s current specialisation with Titanium Law LLC straddles both commercial and corporate litigation, investigations work, and employment law. With a broad spectrum of knowledge and experience in various aspects of the law, Kenneth is well equipped to assist and advise clients in a holistic and strategic way.
Some of Kenneth’s notable cases are as follows:
- Acted for a subsidiary of a Chinese state-owned entity in the marine bunkering industry in proceedings to recover over US$40 million in loans advanced to its indirect subsidiary;
- Acted for a Chinese state-level entity in defending a claim for fraudulent management fees by two individuals for the alleged development of the company’s solar power projects in Pakistan, and in prosecuting a counterclaim against (among others) the two individuals for conspiracy to defraud the company;
- Acted for a former director of a Chinese state-owned entity in a challenge to an application for service out of jurisdiction, dealing with novel points on law of the interaction between Order 11 Rules 3 and 4 of the Rules of Court (2014 Ed);
- Acted for a former director of a subsidiary of a Chinese corporation to defend a derivative action for breaches of directors’ / fiduciary duties in the sum of over US$700 million, and advising the said former director on his rights in the course of company investigations and post-termination rights;
- Acted for a small company for a claim against a former director for breach of fiduciary duties. The dispute canvassed (among others) issues of attribution of a director’s wrongdoing to a company in light of the Court of Appeal’s decision in Red Star Marine Consultants Pte Ltd v Personal Representatives of Satwant Kaur d/o Sardara Singh, deceased and another  1 SLR 115.
Criminal litigation and investigations
- Acted for a foreign bank for an internal investigation relating to potential insider trading offences under the Securities and Futures Act;
- Acted for an oil and gas conglomerate for an internal investigation relating to potential offences for cheating, fraud and breaches of the Securities and Futures Act and Commodity Trading Act;
- Assisted with a criminal case resolution session for an accused person charged with possession of controlled substances under Section 8(a) of the Misuse of Drugs Act. The case dealt with a novel point of law in relation to the dual charging principle as espoused in the Court of Appeal’s decision in Saravanan Chandaram v PP  SGCA 43;
- Acted for two directors of a Singaporean corporation in a criminal case resolution session for mitigation in sentencing under Section 6(b) of the Prevention of Corruption Act.
- Advised subsidiaries of a Chinese corporation in the agriculture and wool industry of their rights as secured creditors against their holding company, their priority in security over a potential judgment debtor and methods to enforce their security over the holding company;
- Advised a Chinese corporation in the internet-of-vehicles (IOV) industry, seeking to develop an IOV infrastructure for their vehicles in Southeast Asia, of the relevant regulatory requirements surrounding IOV technology and infrastructure and whether their business models comply with current regulations.
Outside of work, Kenneth dabbles in emceeing for events, mixed martial arts, and runs his own cocktail classes – in his own words, he is called to the Bar either way.