Year of Call 1986


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Areas of Practice

  • Company & Corporate Disputes
  • Contractual Disputes
  • Financial Litigation
  • Financial Regulatory Disputes
  • Enfranchisement Claims
  • Property Disputes
  • Landlord And Tenant
  • Construction Disputes
  • Regulatory
  • Private White-Collar Crime
  • Insolvency
  • Chancery & Trust Law
  • Injunctions
  • Forfeiture And Confiscation
  • Intellectual Property
  • Employment Discrimination Commercial


  • Admitted as an Advocate and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Singapore 1986

Professional Memberships

  • Kay is a member of the Honourable Society of Middle Temple


Kay is dual qualified first as a barrister in 1986, then in as a solicitor Advocate in 1996. After being in legal practice for well over 24 years Kay was recruited to manage the family business of one of the Middle East’s ruling families and he therefore has extensive experience in all areas of law that relate to a very high net worth families’ investments, properties and general management of their business which covered multiple international jurisdictions including the USA and Middle East.

Kay has since returned to the independent bar and is now authorised to conduct litigation.

Kay takes a commercial approach to litigation and is often instructed to implement strategies in cases involving high value complex claims.

Kay can go on the court record as acting and works with other members of Chambers and the specialised Bar, skilfully handpicking his team of barristers to complement and support a specific task in the litigation.

Kay advises in all areas covered under his areas of expertise and is currently primarily involved in property litigation concerning developments in Central London.

Kay is Public Access accredited and accepts direct instructions from lay clients, including right to conduct litigation.


Notable Cases

An action for beneficiaries of a trust for £20m for the sale of Trust land at an undervalue.

An action against the developers of a High Value property devolvement in London’s West End by one of UKs leading developers for defects in the design of the building.

An action against a leading UK developer in respect of a high value high quality property in London West End settled under the Defective Premises Act.

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