About Sing

Sing qualified as a Solicitor in 2013 having joined Machins in 2011 and advises a wide range of clients from sole traders to partnerships and limited companies. Prior to joining Machins, he worked for a leading commercial law firm in Norwich.

Approach to work

“My approach is based on providing pragmatic advice whether it is for a local business or a larger company with an international presence – I recognise the need for solution-driven advice – whilst I may be fascinated with law as an academic topic what my client’s need is focused business-driven advice.

Specialist practice areas

  • Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Corporate governance
  • Intellectual Property
  • Commercial Property (acting for banks, landlords, tenants, sellers and buyers)


I would just like to say thank you for an excellent job, you have a very mature head on young shoulders. I thought you were very thorough with attention to detail – a perfectionist in fact! I know it is your job and you are trained to be so, but nonetheless we are all human! I would certainly recommend your services, and would be happy to give a testimonial to your company to this effect should you so wish, and in fact Philip the accountant, who was also impressed, said he would recommend your services to his clients too. A job really well done.

Latest news by Sing Li

Court upholds adjudicator’s award to honour contract

By Company Commercial

The High Court has upheld an adjudication award made to a construction firm following a contract dispute involving allegations of defective work. The case involved Davis Construction (South East) Ltd v Sanzen Investments Ltd. Davis had been engaged by Sanzen to construct 25 residential units under a JCT design and build contract. Clause 9 provided

Interior designers win dispute over hotel ‘five-star finish’

By Company Commercial

A firm of interior designers have won a contract dispute over unpaid invoices for their work refurbishing a hotel requiring a “luxurious 5-star feel”. The case involved Phoenix Interior Design Ltd v Henley Homes plc. Henley engaged Phoenix to provide interior design services, furniture and fittings for a new apartment hotel in Scotland. The brief

Countrywide estate agency group wins breach of contract dispute

By Company Commercial

The Countrywide estate agency group has won a contract dispute involving the £38m sale of one of its subsidiaries. The court heard evidence that Countrywide had agreed to sell its subsidiary, Lambert Smith Hampton Limited (“LSH”), to John Bengt Moeller in a share purchase agreement. Countrywide claimed that Moeller failed to pay £38 million needed to complete

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