Robert Tang is an international disputes lawyer, with over 14 years’ experience advising multinationals on high-profile disputes in Thailand and internationally. His principal areas of practice are insurance and reinsurance disputes and corporate/commercial litigation and arbitration.

Robert is an English qualified lawyer and has been based in Thailand and Southeast Asia. With this experience, he navigates multi-national and local companies through the maze of cultural, legal and regulatory complexities ever present in cross-border disputes and transactions.

Robert provides clients with advice on complex insurance and reinsurance claims and represents international companies in Southeast Asian disputes. He has acted on some of the region’s most high-profile claims, including one of the largest Covid-19 claims in Thailand and the liability claims arising from the collapse of a saddle dam at the Xe Pian-Xe Namnoy Power Project in Laos.

Robert’s insurance practice focuses on all lines of business, in particular All Risks, Director's & Officer's, Financial Institutions Professional Indemnity, Crime / Banker's Blanket Bond, Product Liability and Recall, Cyber, Commercial General Liability and reinsurance treaty disputes.

His arbitration practice particularly focuses on multi-party and cross-border disputes. He advises clients in ad-hoc arbitrations as well as under the auspices of the ICC, SIAC, LCIA, TAI, THAC, Thai Office of Insurance Commission, among others. He is also experienced in alternative dispute resolution methods, including mediation and early neutral evaluation procedures.

Robert sits as an arbitrator and is a serving Commission Member of the ICC Thailand Commission on Arbitration and ADR.