Peter Chow leads Squire Patton Boggs’ International Dispute Resolution and Arbitration practice in Asia-Pacific. He handles disputes related to oil and gas, energy and natural resources, infrastructure and construction projects, international trade, and general commerce. Peter has acted as counsel in numerous cases, including those involving ICC, HKIAC, CIETAC, SIAC and UNCITRAL arbitral rules.
Peter is a Chartered Arbitrator and a Fellow of HKIArb, CIArb, SIArb and ACICA and supporting member of the LMAA. He is on the panel of arbitrators in the UK, Australia, Mainland China, Malaysia and Hong Kong. He has been appointed as an arbitrator in commercial and maritime cases. He is the Vice President of the Hong Kong Institute of Arbitrators; a Vice Chairman of the Energy & Resources Committee, IPBA and Committee Member of the ICC Arbitration Committee, Hong Kong. Peter is active in the international speaking circuit on the subjects of arbitration and construction. He is a contributing author of three authoritative practitioners’ books on arbitration and litigation.
Peter has been recognized by Asia-Pacific Legal 500 and Asialaw Profiles in the area of dispute resolution; as a “litigation star” by Benchmark Litigation Asia-Pacific and by Euromoney Guide to the World's Leading Experts in Commercial Arbitration.