In this article, we seek to provide a roadmap of the various corporate rescue mechanisms available to companies facing financial distress in Singapore.
A guide to commencing Court proceedings and filing of pleadings (Statement of Claim, Defence and Reply)
What can one do when he/she suffers a loss as a result of the negligent act/omission of another? In this article, we examine the intricacies of the tort of negligence in Singapore.
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
This article explores the state of punitive damages in contract and in tort, taking into account the developments in Singapore laws.
A guide on what constitutes a Letter of Demand, how it should be prepared and how to respond to the same.
Pending the conclusion of the dispute at trial, one party may be unfairly subject to suffer continued losses / damages if the other party is allowed to persist in committing a certain act or is not refrained from doing so. In this article, we explore various avenues open to parties of a Court
In this article, we explore the various circumstances and avenues available to parties of a Court proceeding to end / conclude / resolve the matter without having to go to trial.
Mr Mark Lee was invited to speak at the 3rd annual workshop on “Employing Legal Solutions for International Migrant Workers: A Legal Education Workshop on Cross-Border Civil Litigation.”
Mr. Wilbur Lim, together with the team from Justice Without Borders, gave a seminar on civil litigation to the Indonesian Family Network.
Mr. Wilbur Lim was invited to speak at Hagar International’s Singapore branch on civil claims and evidence preservation.
When can one commence a claim for defamation? How does one avoid being sued or liable for defamation? This article explores the balance that the law seeks to find between the right to freedom of speech and the right to protect one's reputation.
What should you do when someone owes you money but refuses to pay up? In this article, we seek to provide a roadmap of the debt recovery process to hopefully help guide you (i.e. the creditor) through your own debt recovery journey.
A guide on such avenues available to a "winning" party to enforce his / her rights against a "losing" party.