David Good practices in the areas of energy and infrastructure projects and corporate transactions, with a particular focus on the Southeast Asia region. He also has experience representing public and private companies in international arbitrations, and has advised clients across a range of jurisdictions.

Prior to joining Dechert, Mr. Good trained and qualified at the London office of an international law firm, and was seconded to the Tokyo headquarters of a global construction and engineering company.

    • A Singapore investment fund on its potential acquisition of a stake in a rare earths mine.
    • An emerging markets-focused alternative investment group and its portfolio company on potential investments by way of convertible bond, call option and share subscription.
    • A global industrial and engineering conglomerate on its power plant projects, including a 1.5GW CCGT EPC power plant and a 4.48GW nuclear plant.
    • A global industrial and engineering conglomerate on its provision of satellite launch services to a state-owned space agency.
    • A global energy company on its international arbitration with a state-owned energy company relating to an onshore natural gas field.
    • A global industrial and engineering conglomerate on its project related documentation including technology licensing agreements, technical services agreements and major equipment supply agreements.
    • A global energy company on its international arbitration relating to production rights from an offshore field.
    • A global industrial and engineering conglomerate on its petrochemical and process plant projects.
    • A global industrial and engineering conglomerate on its railway electrification project in Southeast Asia.

    Includes matters handled at Dechert or prior to joining the firm.

    • Society of Construction Law