Eu-Min is a senior lawyer practising in commercial litigation, and construction and engineering disputes.
Eu-Min was admitted to practice in Western Australia in 2008. He graduated from the University of Western Australia with a Bachelor of Laws with Honours and Bachelor of Commerce (majoring in accounting and corporate finance), holds a Master of Laws from the University of Sydney, and is currently completing a Master of Construction Law at the University of Melbourne.
Eu-Min has broad-ranging general commercial litigation experience, and a specialisation in construction and engineering disputes. He had the opportunity to gain his experience working with a number of prominent Perth lawyers at a global firm and a boutique firm.
As a commercial litigation lawyer, Eu-Min has acted for clients on various commercial and business disputes, including disputes involving contractual, tortious, misleading or deceptive conduct, partnership, insolvency, financial services and local government issues. He has acted on matters in various Courts and tribunals, including the Supreme Court, District Court, Magistrates Court, and State Administrative Tribunal.
Eu-Min has also acted for a wide variety of construction and engineering related clients, including owners, developers, builders, contractors, sub-contractors, suppliers, architects, engineers, project managers, plant and equipment hirers and consultants.
Eu-Min specialises in building, construction and engineering matters, providing advisory and dispute resolution services including:
- Providing initial risk management and dispute prevention advice.
- Providing claims advice, preparing claims, responses and contractual notices and generally managing the applicable contractual dispute resolution process.
- Generally conducting disputes, including by mediation, court litigation, arbitration, expert determination and adjudication under the Construction Contracts Act 2004 (WA).
Eu-Min is a member of the Brief Editorial Committee of the Law Society of Western Australia, and a member of the Events Committee of the Society of Construction Law Australia.
Eu-Min is proficient in the Chinese (Mandarin) language and Malay.