The Legal 500’s Asia Pacific Disputes Summit 2024

The Legal 500’s Asia Pacific Disputes Summit 2024

Mr Mark Lee and Ms Sarah Yeo spoke at The Legal 500 Asia Pacific Disputes Summit 2024 on Shareholder Activism

Defamation Law in Singapore

Defamation Law in Singapore

This article explores what elements a claimant would have to satisfy for a claim in defamation.

The Defences to Defamation - Fair Comment and Qualified Privilege (Part 2)

The Defences to Defamation - Fair Comment and Qualified Privilege (Part 2)

Part 2 of the article examines the defences of fair comment and qualified privilege in local context.

The Defences to Defamation – Justification (Part 1)

The Defences to Defamation – Justification (Part 1)

Part 1 of the article examines the defence of justification in defamation claims.

Law of Defamation: Admission of Liability

Law of Defamation: Admission of Liability

One pertinent issue in defamation suits is whether a letter of apology or public statement could be deemed to be an admission of liability. Our Defamation and Reputation Protection Practice examines this legal issue.

Law of Defamation: Employer's liability

Law of Defamation: Employer's liability

In the age of social media, an important issue for companies is whether the company could be held liable for defamatory remarks made by its employees in their personal social media accounts and page. To answer this question, our Defamation and Reputation Protection Practice examines the concept of

Our firm's achievements in ALB South East Asia Law Awards

Our firm's achievements in ALB South East Asia Law Awards

We are honoured to be selected as finalists for six award categories in the ALB South East Asia Law Awards 2024

Appeal or Setting Aside of Arbitration Awards

Appeal or Setting Aside of Arbitration Awards

Our Speacialised Arbitration Practice explains the appeal and setting aside of arbitration awards in an easily digestible manner.

Preliminary Determination in Arbitrations

Preliminary Determination in Arbitrations

Our Specialised Arbitration Practice team examines the possibility of preliminary determination in Arbitration.

International Arbitration: Translation of Documents

International Arbitration: Translation of Documents

In international arbitrations, a pertinent issue facing the Tribunal would be whether to issue a procedural order for the translating of voluminous documents when the documents were written in a language which is different from the language for the arbitration.

Compelling unwilling parties to arbitration (Part 2)

Compelling unwilling parties to arbitration (Part 2)

In part 2 of the series, our Specialised Arbitration Practice examines the ways to compel an unwilling party to pay their share of the Tribunal Fees.

Compelling unwilling parties to arbitration (Part 1)

Compelling unwilling parties to arbitration (Part 1)

Our Specialised Arbitration Practice examines how a party could compel another unwilling party to arbitration.