Region: Singapore

WongPartnership hires from Rajah & Tann

Alessa Pang has joined WongPartnership as partner in Singapore after almost nine years at Rajah & Tann.

21 July 2022

Singapore company announces win against telecoms partner

A Singaporean technology company says it has won a favourable AAA award against its former partner in a Brazilian mobile network.

21 July 2022

Malaysian state telecoms company beats SIAC claim

Malaysia’s state-owned telecoms company says it has defeated a US$34.5 million SIAC claim brought by a Singapore-registered IPTV services provider, also winning a counterclaim for misrepresentation.

08 July 2022

Singapore’s Keppel brings ICC claim over Doha sewage plant

A subsidiary of Singaporean conglomerate Keppel has filed a US$126 million ICC claim against the Qatar Public Works Authority over a terminated contract to build a sewage treatment plant in Doha.

01 June 2022

Airline catering award upheld in Singapore

A Singapore court has upheld an ICC award against a Korean airline in a billion-dollar dispute over in-flight catering, rejecting arguments the tribunal wrongly overlooked expert testimony.

30 May 2022


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27 May 2022

Mayer Brown hires from Kim & Chang

Mayer Brown has hired Kay-Jannes Wegner, who leaves the partnership at Kim & Chang after 11 years at the firm to relocate from Seoul to Singapore.

06 May 2022

Indian firm boosts Singapore office with partner hire

Kartikey Mahajan has left Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas to join the partnership at Khaitan & Co in Singapore, as the Indian firm looks to build its disputes practice in its first overseas office.

06 April 2022

“True misnomer” doesn’t bar enforcement in Singapore

Singapore’s Court of Appeal has said a Norwegian oil services company can enforce an award issued in the name of another company that no longer exists, holding they are “for all intents and purposes” the same legal entity.

17 March 2022

India gets more time to challenge enforcement in Singapore

The Singapore High Court has ruled that as a foreign state India is entitled to an extra two months to challenge enforcement of a US$137 million investment treaty award and that it does not have to provide security.

15 March 2022

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