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CMS Holborn Asia | Singapore | 30 Jul 2019

Singapore High Court refuses to set aside arbitral award for alleged suppression of evidence

Can an arbitral award be set aside on the grounds of fraud or breach of public policy on the basis that a successful party failed to call certain


Morgan Lewis | USA, Singapore | 31 May 2019

Singapore grants first domestic dip financing application based on US law

The Singapore High Court recently issued the first-ever super-priority order for debts arising from rescue financing under Section 211E(1)(b) of the


CMS Legal | Singapore | 24 May 2019

Fit for what purpose? Singapore High Court rejects implied term of fitness for purpose for data centre design

Does a consultant engineer owe an implied obligation to an owner to ensure that its designs would be fit for their intended purposes? This is what


Corrs Chambers Westgarth | Singapore | 6 May 2019

Non-disclosure in international commercial arbitration: the High Court of Singapore offers guidance

In the decision in BVU v BVX 2019 SGHC 69, the Republic of Singapore High Court dismissed an application to set aside an international arbitral


Spruson & Ferguson | Singapore | 26 Feb 2019

Singapore Update: Appeal Confirms That a Monster Can Indeed Be Sweet

The case, Monster Energy Company v. Glamco Co, Ltd. 2018 SGHC 238, was an appeal to the Singapore High Court by Monster Energy Company (the


Herbert Smith Freehills LLP | Singapore | 31 Jan 2019

No U-Turns Ahead: Singapore Court of Appeal holds that commencement of court proceedings may lose you the right to later rely on arbitration agreements

In the recent landmark decision of Marty Ltd v Hualon Corp (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd 2018 SGCA 63, the Singapore Court of Appeal held that the commencement


William Roberts Lawyers | Australia | 17 Oct 2018

Litigation Lotteries

On 17 October 2018 a complex multi-party and jurisdiction dispute came to an end in a High Court decision permanently staying a Federal Court


Morgan Lewis | Singapore, United Kingdom, Hong Kong | 8 Oct 2018

Commonwealth Employment Law: Recent Decisions in Singapore, United Kingdom, and Hong Kong

This is the first in a series of employment law updates for Commonwealth jurisdictions. In this installment, we highlight recent notable decisions


Morgan Lewis | Singapore | 8 Oct 2018

Singapore High Court Examines Order of Precedence Clause

The Court also dismissed applications to challenge the jurisdiction of an arbitral tribunal and to set aside a final award, in a case that highlights


Herbert Smith Freehills LLP | Singapore | 26 Sep 2018

Be on time to preserve your right to Active Remedies - the Singapore High Court considers a party’s duty to apply promptly when challenging the jurisdiction of an arbitral tribunal

In Rakna Arakshaka Lanka Ltd (“RALL“) v Avant Garde Maritime Services (Private) Limited (“AGMS“) 2018 SGHC 78, the Singapore High Court dismissed an

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