Pariyapol joined Kudun and Partners in 2016 as a senior associate and was promoted to be a senior litigation partner in 2017. He is also the co-head of our dispute resolution and litigation practice. He has extensive experience in dispute resolution, domestic and international arbitration extending to insolvency and bankruptcy. He started his legal career in 2007 grounded with an M&A focus and has become extremely adept at dealing with SEC issues. He has leveraged this experience to support Kudun and Partners Limited’s core specialties Capital Markets and M&A.
Pariyapol has spearheaded difficult cases representing hundreds of creditors objecting to rehabilitation cases for debt-ridden publicly-listed large industrial companies as well as major breaches of construction contract cases. His experience crosses a wide range of industries including major engineering and construction, steel, mining, energy and power generation as well as telecommunications.
- Panelist for “Comparative Perspectives on International Arbitration in Thailand and Singapore” in SIAC-THAC Bangkok Conference 2019 by Singapore International Arbitration Center.
- Leading a workshop on “Director’s Liability Risks and Mitigation Plans” for the Asia-Mena Counsel’s June 2019 In-House Congress held in Bangkok.
- Panelist for “Red alert: how to manage fraud the first few hours after it is discovered” in Asset Recovery Asia 2019 conference held in Singapore
- Panelist for “’Getting your money back. Direct enforcement against assets or an insolvency process?” in Asset Recovery Asia 2018 conference held in Singapore
Awards and Recognitions
- Recommended Lawyer in Dispute Resolution by Legal 500 Asia Pacific 2020
- Notable Practitioner 2019 – 2020 by IFLR1000
- Litigation Future Leader by Who’s Who Legal 2019
- “Pariyapol Kamolsilp is a well-recognized figure in the Thai market where he boasts a strong reputation as an excellent litigator.” – Who’s Who Legal 2019
Education and Admission
- LL.M degree, Ohio State University, USA
- LL.B degree, Thammasat University
- Admitted as a Legal Practitioner, the Lawyer Council of Thailand
Pariyapol was involved in various dispute resolution matters including:
Alternative Dispute Resolution and Arbitration law
- An international joint venture in claiming on one of the most complicated construction disputes against a state enterprise at the Thai Arbitration Institute (TAI).
- An integrated Engineering, Procurement and Construction (Integrated EPC) company in Thailand concerning arbitration dispute under construction contracts totaling of THB 1.5 billion.
- An integrated Engineering, Procurement and Construction (Integrated EPC) company in Thailand concerning a breach of agreement in the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Arbitration.
- Posco Plantec (Thailand) Company Limited concerning a breach of construction contract in the Thai Arbitration Institute (TAI).
- Triple T Broadband Public Company Limited concerning breach of agreements, totalling of THB 3.47 billion.
- A leading telecommunications company in defending an arbitration case concerning the claim of compensation arising from the concession agreement for an over THB 20 billion filed by the state-owned company.
- A leading financial technology service provider company in an international arbitration case (SIAC) to claim compensation arising from the material breach of acquisition agreements for approximately SGD 33 million/ THB 742 million.
- A Franchisee in a dispute according to the Franchise Agreement in the Thai Arbitration Institute (TAI).
- Akara Mining Company Limited, in connection with the concessionaire cases concerning a gold mine concession.
- Advanced Info Services Public Company Limited in challenging an order of the Office of National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission.
- Nu Custol in one of the largest environmental impact claims in the southern region of Thailand and in protecting the client’s oil and gas exploration development and production concession.
- A consortium, consists of Thai and foreign well-known companies, in challenging the unlawful order dismissing its bidding proposal for Laem Chabang Port Phase 3 Project of the Port Authority of Thailand which has an initial value approximately THB 155.834 billion.
- Advanced Info Services Public Company Limited in challenging a petition to set aside an arbitral award.
- National Power Supply Public Company Limited in a claim filed by The Stop Global Warming Association Thailand and 650 villagers with the Central Administrative Court regarding environmental issues.
- CEC International Limited (Thailand Branch) in a claim filed by local fishermen with the Songkhla Administrative Court regarding environmental issues.