Date Published: 21 April 2020
CNPLaw’s dispute resolution team, partners Mr Subramanian Pillai, Ms See Tow Soo Ling and Ms Venetia Tan, assisted by associates Ms Lim Shu-Yi, Ms Benita Koh and Mr Ervin Roe, authored the Singapore chapter in the 12th edition of the Dispute Resolution Review. This review is published by Law Business Research Ltd and covers an overview of civil court systems of 32 jurisdictions. It offers a guide to those who are faced with disputes across international boundaries.
The Singapore chapter touched on issues such as an overview of the dispute resolution framework, the year in review, court procedures, legal practice documents and the protection of privilege and alternative to litigation such as arbitration, mediation and other forms of dispute resolution.
CNPLaw’s Dispute Resolution Lawyers
Venetia is a disputes lawyer with experience handling international arbitration, litigation and advisory work on international and local commercial disputes, in particular, disputes relating to foreign investments and joint ventures, financing, distributorships, and jurisdictional challenges.
Our general litigation practice is primarily business-oriented and involves most types of civil litigation. Our dispute resolution lawyers assist corporate and private clients in their claims and disputes arising from areas such as company law, defamation, and intellectual property on top of others mentioned.
When faced with complex domestic or international commercial disputes, our dispute resolution lawyers are ready to offer comprehensive legal advice, with the aim of developing winning arbitration strategies and enforcement actions, resolving our clients’ high-value issues.
The Arbitrators and the team have extensive experience in handling a wide range of arbitral matters under the rules of major international arbitration institutions including the Singapore International Arbitration Centre (SIAC), the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), the London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA), the Kuala Lumpur Regional Centre for International Arbitration (KLRCA), Hong Kong International Arbitration Center (HKIAC) and other notable arbitral institutions.