Under the MOG signed by both Supreme Courts, money judgments heard and obtained in Singapore could be brought before Chinese courts to be recognized and enforced, and vice versa.
Tax disputes are threatening to wipe out more than half the profit growth of Fortune 500 companies in the US - and the amount involved is predicted to grow in the coming years: Baker McKenzie
The return of $15.3 million of seized funds related to the 1Malaysia Development Bhd scandal has been approved by the Singapore State Courts.
Published: 12 Sep 2018
This Update sets out a short summary of the key differences between the 2011 IITL and the 2018 IITL.
Published: 06 Sep 2018
Both sides have also committed to resume work on the project by the end of May 2020, failing which it will be deemed to be terminated.
The agreement was signed by CJ Sundaresh Menon and his Chinese counterpart Zhou Qiang last Friday on the sidelines of the second Singapore-China Legal and Judicial Roundtable.
His concerns over jail conditions, caning also brought up at extradition hearing in London
Canadian David James Roach is accused of robbing StanChart Bank's Holland Village branch of $30,000 in July 2016. He was arrested in London in January 2018.
This article in the SAL Annual Review encapsulates and evaluates the 2017 decisions of the Singapore courts on conflicts of law. It is authored by Professor Joel Lee Tye Beng.
In China Medical Technologies, Inc (in liquidation) and another v Wu Xiaodong and another  SGHC 178, the SHC held that it was empowered to grant a Mareva injuction in aid of foreign proceedings.
This article puts forward an alternative to handling the drug problem, which would satisfy constituencies demanding the retention of high deterrence policies, yet avoid many of their costly side effects.
Settlements reached through mediation could be enforceable internationally should the Singapore Convention come into force. In this alert we analyse its key aspects of the draft and its current status.
In landmark decision Shanghai Turbo Enterprises Ltd v Liu Ming  SGHC 172, the SHC found that such ‘floating’ clauses are not valid under Singapore law.