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Obtaining Discovery Against Banks

Singapore, Hong Kong - April 8 2016 In the course of a commercial dispute, it is not uncommon for parties to seek information and documents relating to bank accounts. However, obtaining...


Singapore Court of Appeal allows New York proceedings against Morgan Stanley in Pinnacle Notes case to proceed

Singapore - June 12 2013 After the failure of the Pinnacle Notes, HLF, as one of the distributors, began proceedings against the Plaintiffs, as the issuers, in New York....

Eng Beng Lee SC.


Banks and their discovery obligations in litigation

Singapore - June 5 2013 Discovery is an important part of the litigation process, and it is sometimes difficult to assess what should and should not be disclosed....


Court of Appeal overturns decision on a bank's liability for negligent advice

United Kingdom - December 5 2012 The case of Rubenstein v HSBS Bank Plc 2012 EWCA Civ 1184 involved a claim against a bank for negligent advice in the recommendation of a financial investment....


The Singapore courts' practice of minimal intervention in arbitral proceedings

Singapore - October 2 2012 When arbitration exists as an alternative to court proceedings, parties to an arbitration can seek the recourse of the court in certain circumstances....