Perspectives on the Wrotham Park Remedy for Breach of Contract Wrotham Park damages, otherwise known as "hypothetical bargain", "negotiating" damages, have, for decades, attracted the sustained curiosity of academics, practitioners and judges alike. Of late, there has been considerable debate over the
The verdant landscape for road traffic cases finds expression in an ensemble of Supreme Court judgments, including Hue An Li, Edwin s/o Suse Nathen, Koh Thiam Huat, Ganesan Sivasankar, Stansilas Fabian Kester and Aw Tai Hock. This article (a) surveys
In a 172-page judgment, the Singapore High Court in Kingdom of Lesotho v Swissbourgh Diamond Mines (Pty) Limited (Lesotho), set aside an investor-state arbitration award rendered against Lesotho after an extensive review of international investment jurisprudence.
Benefits of an Automated Workflow Process Introduction Based on the statistics in the Law Society of Singapore Annual Report 2016, there are 715 law practices having one to five lawyers in 2016, constituting almost 83 per cent of the entire population of
More than 30% of candidates’ resumes have some form of discrepancies and in some countries this figure can be even higher. This warrants a thorough background check on legal professionals and other staff before hiring and engaging them. Character reference checks
Lawyers are going to rely on and use more evidence recovered or secured from electronic sources. As “paper trails” dematerialize into electronic records, how ready are you to navigate the evidential issues related to them? This was the topic the
Singapore International Commercial Court Suit No 1 of 2015 BCBC Singapore Pte Ltd and anor v PT Bayan Resources TBK and anor  SGHC(I) 06 Supreme Court of Singapore 25 July 2017 The Singapore International Commercial Court (“SICC”) delivered its judgment in the second tranche