In the landmark decision of Lee Tat Development Pte Ltd v Management Corporation Strata Title Plan No 301  2SLR 866;  SGCA 50, it was held by the Court of Appeal that the tort of abuse of process was not recognised in Singapore [at 149]. In this case note, we will set out the summary of
Our Head of Matrimonial Practice and Private Wealth Practice, Ms Hazell Ng will be sharing about the divorce procedure and requirements in Singapore in a series of articles. This article covers the first stage of a divorce process which is the dissolution of the marriage between parties.
WMH Law Corporation has been recognised and shortlisted as a finalist for the following coveted awards in South East Asia:- 1) Rising Law Firm of the Year; 2) Dispute Resolution Boutique Law Firm of the Year; 3) Corporate Citizenship Law Firm of the Year.
Our head of Matrimonial and Private Wealth Practice, Ms Hazell Ng, shares her insights on the process for application of probate and letter of administration.
Our Head of Matrimonial and Private Wealth Practice, Ms. Hazell Ng, shares her insights on wills and succession planning in this concise and easy to digest article.
Our Joint Managing Director, Mr. Wilbur Lim, will be speaking at the seminar workshop on the doctrine of illegality. The seminar is conducted for practising lawyers.
WMH Law Corporation’s “Legal Literacy” Lecture Series - In our upcoming complimentary seminar on 19 October 2018, our Joint Managing Director Mr. Mark Lee will be speaking on the debt recovery process. An Event Brochure (with more details and registration instructions) can be downloaded here.
Our Joint Managing Director, Mr. Wilbur Lim, was interviewed by the Law Gazette on his practice.
Arguably, the biggest advantage of incorporating a company is the concept of “limited liability”. The principle of the separate legal personality, however, is not immune from abuse. In this article, we seek to highlight the exceptional circumstances where the Court may ignore the separate legal
Mr. Ryan Su's article on buying art at auctions is featured in the 25th Anniversary Issue of ArtAsiaPacific.
This article explores the state of punitive damages in contract and in tort, taking into account the developments in Singapore laws.
This is a case note on the Court of Appeal decision in Ho Yew Kong v Sakae Holdings Ltd  SGCA 33 dealing with issues in relation to shareholder minority oppression claims (Section 216, Companies Act (Cap. 50))