CA allows appeal against decision ordering a permanent restraint against the respondent relying on a foreign judgment obtained after parties obtained arbitral awards.
The new rules should help avoid a repeat of a stand-off last September between a home owner and the condominium manager that held up vital repair works affecting the entire block.
Mediation’s path toward being a primary dispute resolution mode has been made easier by the recent adoption in Dec 2018 by the UNGA of the 'Singapore Convention'.
In BAZ v BBA and others  SGHC 275, the SHC set aside an award against the minors, noting that it would violate the protection given to minors in contractual relationships under Singapore law.
2018 saw many advancements in the areas of International Arbitration, Construction & Projects. In this Update, we look at some of the noteworthy ones.
Arbitration — Stay of court proceedings
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Singapore and China have agreed to set up a panel of international mediators that will help resolve disputes arising from projects under China's Belt and Road Initiative.
In Catlin Syndicate v Weyerhaeuser Company, the English High Court found granted the claimant insurer an anti-suit injunction to restrain a non-EU defendant insured from breaching a contractually agreed arbitration clause.
This article explains the new scheme.
The proposed reforms to the IP dispute resolution system are: consolidating civil IP proceedings in the High Court and establishing a “fast track” option for IP litigation.
Swissbourgh Diamond Mines (Pty) Limited and others v Kingdom of Lesotho  SGCA 81 was the first time the Singapore courts allowed an application to set aside an investor-State arbitration award on the merits.
In BTY v BUA and other matters  SGHC 213, the issue was whether or not the matter should proceed to litigation or arbitration.
This article discusses the benefits of using international arbitration as a dispute resolution mechanism and third-party portfolio funding to cover costs of international arbitration.
This article traces the introduction of third-party legislation in Singapore and HK, followed by an assessment of the status quo.