Our head of Private Wealth and Matrimonial Law Practice, Ms Hazell Ng, reviews the case laws on when an ex parte injunction could be filed in matrimonial context to compel a parent to return the child to the matrimonial home.
In this article, Ms. Hazell Ng examines the laws relating to shared care and control.
Our Head of Matrimonial Law Practice examines the issue of spousal maintenance in the covid-19 pandemic. In particular, we will discuss the possibility of seeking spousal maintenance for a potential loss in employment.
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In this article, we seek to provide a roadmap of the various corporate rescue mechanisms available to companies facing financial distress in Singapore.
The COVID-19 has presented an unprecedented crisis to the world. This article seeks to address the law of force majeure and its application in the current climate.
新加坡金融管理局 (“MAS”) 和新加坡会计与企业管理局 (“ACRA”) 在 2020 年 1 月 15 日正式启动了资产管理行业期 待已久的可变资本公司 (“VCC”) 框架。总共 20 个投资基金在当日设立了新的 VCC 或从其它法域向内转册的 VCC。 在 18 个被选为参加 MAS 的 VCC 实验计划的基金管理人中，WMH 法律事务所作为其中一个基金管理人的法律顾 问，将通过本文章提供一个关于 VCC 框架的概述，然后发表我们对 VCC 框架目前的一些想法。
The Variable Capital Companies ("VCC" or "SVCC") framework was officially launched by the Monetary Authority of Singapore ("MAS") and the Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority ("ACRA") on 15 January 2020. In an earlier article, we alluded to a grant scheme (the "VCC Grant") that the MAS has
This article provides an overview of the VCC framework as well as details some of our current thoughts on the VCC framework.
Our Head of Art and Cultural Property Law Practice, Mr. Ryan Su, explains how institutions must do their due diligence to prevent public controversies from erupting over revelations about the business interests of their patrons and board members—as has happened recently at the Whitney Museum of
WMH Law Corporation is selected as a law firm to watch in Singapore.
Our firm has been nominated as finalists for five categories in the coveted Asian Legal Business South East Asia Law Awards 2019