Braddell Brothers – Singapore – Advocates & Solicitors since 1883

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Admissions & Qualifications

Advocate & Solicitor (Singapore)
LL.B (Hons), Singapore

Key Areas of Practice

Civil & Commercial Litigation
International Arbitration
Corporate, Shareholder and Partnership Disputes
Employment Litigation / Disputes
Corporate Restructuring / Insolvency
Medical Negligence / Professional Misconduct
Complex / Cross-Border Family and Matrimonial Litigation


Angelia is a Partner at Braddell Brothers LLP specialising in international dispute resolution. She graduated with a LL.B. degree from the National University of Singapore (Law Faculty) and was called to the Singapore Bar in 2015, before being made a Partner of the firm in 2020.

Having grown her career at one of Singapore’s oldest law firms, Angelia has close to a decade of expertise in commercial litigation and international arbitration. Her specialist areas include commercial and corporate disputes, energy and natural resources disputes, medical negligence and employment & labour law. She is well-versed in navigating complex disputes, and is often commended by clients for providing strategic, practical and effective solutions.

Angelia regularly appears at all levels of the Singapore Court, major arbitral institutions, and in disciplinary proceedings representing the Law Society of Singapore, Singapore Medical Council and Council of Estate Agents

Outside the office, Angelia places strong emphasis on building and promoting the community of younger practitioners and women in arbitration. She serves in the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre (HKIAC)’s Women In Arbitration Executive Committee (2022 – 2024), which is committed to the promotion and success of female practitioners in arbitration and other related areas. She also emerged as a quarter-finalist in the 2017 Essex Court Chambers / Singapore Academy of Law Moot Court Competition for practitioners.

Angelia’s notable cases including representing and advising :-

  • Subsidiaries of Wondershare Technology, a China-listed software corporation, in claims exceeding S$1 million against a Singapore payment processing company in the Singapore High Court, including successfully obtaining Worldwide Mareva (Freezing) Injunctions.
  • Former-head of a prominent private equity firm based in Southeast Asia in claims against the firm arising from the partnership agreement. The dispute was heard in the SIAC and concerned issues of good faith, contractual interpretation, agency under Cayman Islands law and other common law jurisdictions.
  • A prominent Indonesian businessman (part of a prominent group of companies in the Indonesian energy industry) to defend against claims by an Indian coal-industry tycoon and a related Singapore company concerning a joint development of a coal concession in Kalimantan, Indonesia. The dispute was heard in the SIAC and centred on issues including fraud, conspiracy and misrepresentation.
  • Subsidiary of BAFCO, a US headquartered manufacturer in high-volume low-speed (HLVS) airflow, in claims against former employees and related entities in the Singapore High Court in relation to breach of confidence, including successfully obtaining a performance injunction against them. This was the first reported decision that applied the modified three-step test for breach of confidence laid out in Coco v. AN Clark (Engineers) Ltd.
  • Utico FZC, U.A.E’s largest private Build-Own-Operate company for Desalination in the restructuring proceedings concerning the Hyflux Group.
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