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You Can Run But You Cannot Hide: The Public Duty to Consider Evidence of Corruption in Arbitrations

Singapore - October 14 2021 The Singapore International Commercial Court (the SICC), in its decision in Lao Holdings N.V. v The Government of the Lao People's Democratic Republic…

Reid Hadaway, Gowri Kangeson

Pleading with care: the limits of a tribunal’s jurisdiction

Singapore - August 31 2021 A recent decision of the Singapore High Court in CIZ v CJA1 is a useful reminder that the primary instruments for demarcating matters in dispute in…

No Win, No Fee: Singapore Embraces Conditional Fee Arrangements*

United Kingdom - February 21 2022 Boosting its popularity as a global arbitration seat, Singapore has passed a law that allows conditional fee arrangements (CFA) in international and…

Apoorvaa Paranjpe

SEA Change Issue III: February 2022

Singapore - February 21 2022 We also look at stronger steps being taken in China to enhance whistleblower frameworks by (amongst other things) incentivizing the reporting of…

Maurice Burke, Sammy Fang, Apoorvaa Paranjpe, Andrew Robinson, David Smail, Rishikeesh Wijaya, Ray Xu