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The duty of a dealer to indemnify its stockbroker against losses

Singapore - October 6 2011 In Kim Eng Securities Ltd v Goh Teng Poh Karen 2011 SGHC 201, a brokerage firm (the "Plaintiff") brought an action to enforce an indemnity against a dealer (the "Defendant") in respect of losses arising out of share trades executed by the Defendant's clients....

Danny Ong, Jansen Chow.

What constitutes a valid compromise agreement

Singapore - September 28 2011 Compromise agreements are essentially contracts through which parties settle their disputes before they reach final adjudication....

Adrian Wong.

Arbitrators are bound by pleadings of the parties

Singapore - August 17 2011 The rules of procedural validity for arbitration and litigation differ in many ways....

Adrian Wong, Jansen Chow.