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))
This article is a case note on the Court of Appeal case of Audi Construction Pte Ltd v Kian Hiap Construction Pte Ltd  1 SLR 317.
WMH was interviewed by the Chinese Newspapers - LianHe ZaoBao on its CSR efforts
Mr. Mark Lee acted for a client facing various charges for allegedly being physically abusive to his wife and children.
WMH Law Corporation is honoured to be featured in the Business Times today on our pro bono efforts.
Our joint Managing Director, Mr. Wilbur Lim, is named as one of the 40 under 40 lawyers in Asia.
Mr. Wilbur Lim acted for a client charged with causing grevious hurt to a victim by doing a rash act to endanger the personal safety of others. The client who was wearing her stiletto heels kicked the victim in the eye causing her eyeball to pop out. The matter was featured in The New Paper
What can shareholders do when they feel that the company ought to enforce certain corporate rights but its directors refuse to do so. Are shareholders helpless in the face of a "rogue" Board of Directors?