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Staying above the fray: Singapore High Court sets aside arbitral award on basis of breach of natural justice

Singapore - August 3 2016 In JVL Agro Industries Ltd v Agritrade International Pte Ltd, the Singapore High Court set aside an arbitral award on the grounds that the tribunal...

Gavin Margetson, Alastair Henderson.


Thailand: outsourced workers’ protection

Thailand - March 30 2015 Sub-contracting arrangements have often been favoured by business operators in Thailand to address fluctuating workforce needs and reduce labour costs...

Gareth Thomas, Karen Ip, Peter Godwin, Helen Beech, Fatim Jumabhoy.


Indonesia: expatriates may be required to pass language proficiency tests

Indonesia - January 30 2015 New language requirements for expatriates are expected to come into force in around FebruaryMarch 2015. The Minister of Manpower and Transmigration...

Gareth Thomas, Karen Ip, Peter Godwin, Helen Beech, Fatim Jumabhoy.


Hong Kong: second minimum wage increase

Hong Kong - January 22 2015 On 16 January 2015, the Chief Executive in Council gazetted a legal notice to increase the statutory minimum wage in Hong Kong for the second time...

Gareth Thomas, Karen Ip, Peter Godwin, Helen Beech, Fatim Jumabhoy.


Singapore: amendments to the Industrial Relations Act

Singapore - January 16 2015 The Industrial Relations (Amendment) Bill (‘IRAB’), which seeks to amend the Industrial Relations Act (‘IRA’), was introduced to Parliament on 3...

Gareth Thomas, Karen Ip, Peter Godwin, Helen Beech, Fatim Jumabhoy.