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Archive: September 2019

In an online dispute resolution platform for motor accident claims, how far will a solicitor’s equitable lien be stretched to protect his costs against insurers who settle with the solicitor’s client directly? Introduction Motor accidents are a fact of life. Victims feel

The decision of the High Court in Qroi Ltd v Pascoe, Ian and another [2019] SGHC 36 (Qroi), though short, was impactful. This article unpacks its significance and comes to the conclusion that the English Premier League really does not

Party autonomy is one of the most attractive features of international arbitration. However, parties do not have absolute freedom to determine the arbitration process. As this article will show, the extent of the parties’ freedom to structure the proceedings depends

Dear Amicus Agony, I have been considering whether or not to submit a formal request to

Dear Young Lawyers, The first two to three years of practice have been quite the journey.

Rising Complexities and Opportunity Costs Every year globally, millions of documents pass through the hands of

Articles From This Month's Issue

In an online dispute resolution platform for motor accident claims, how far will a solicitor’s equitable lien be stretched to protect his

The decision of the High Court in Qroi Ltd v Pascoe, Ian and another [2019] SGHC 36 (Qroi), though short, was impactful.

Party autonomy is one of the most attractive features of international arbitration. However, parties do not have absolute freedom to determine the

Dear Members, I had the good fortune to be invited to present on the Law Society’s globalisation initiatives at the SMU Law Firm

Dear Amicus Agony, I have been considering whether or not to submit a formal request to my supervising partner for a secondment to

Dear Law Society members, This month, to give you a high level snapshot of our Law Society Pro Bono’s (LSPB) services in this

Dear Young Lawyers, The first two to three years of practice have been quite the journey. It is true that being in practice

Introduction Scratch, Python and C++, three of the world’s most well-known coding languages, may not be familiar to many lawyers. In recent years,

In October 2018, the Law Society working with Accuity, a global provider of risk and compliance, payments and know-your-customer solutions, conducted a

Rising Complexities and Opportunity Costs Every year globally, millions of documents pass through the hands of lawyers to build cases for their clients

Taking a leaf from Helen Keller, “Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.” In this article, we want

This informative and instructive book, rich in lessons, tips and history, is more of a supplement, as opposed to a sequel, to

Angela Yap and Ritchie Ramesh (Eds) Eusoffe Abdoolcader was a prominent Malaysian Judge who presided over, or was involved in, some of that

El Mero Mero means the “go-to guy” in Mexican parlance. The founder, Alejandro Blanco, was formerly a legal professional, who spent over

This is the fifth annual review of Singapore’s performance in notable international moot competitions.

The mission to Sri Lanka (“Mission”) was the third trip of LG2 which took place from 10 to 14 September 2018. Seventeen

The articles above are from the September 2019 issue of the Law Gazette.