Updated: 12 June 2020
Under the State Courts’ pre-action protocol for business-to-business claims (“the Protocol”), a debtor generally has to be given 28 days to respond to a letter of demand. In this webinar conducted on 12 June 2020 and hosted by Mr Edwin Chia and Ms See Tow Soo Ling, CNPLaw provided an overview of the objective of the Protocol, and the implications on ones claims against businesses. References were also made to the temporary relief provided under the Covid-19 (Temporary Measures) Act 2020 for businesses unable to perform certain contractual obligations as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Attendees of this webinar who wants to view a copy of the slides may email firstname.lastname@example.org to indicate your interest.
CNPLaw’s Dispute Resolution Lawyers
Soo Ling’s main areas of practice are intellectual property and dispute resolution. She has experience in a diverse range of matters such as building construction, company law, commercial law, disciplinary proceedings, employment law, family law, intellectual property, property law, probate & administration and shareholder disputes.
Edwin is in the firm’s Dispute Resolution team and Family Law practice team. His practice areas encompass a broad range of matters, including civil and commercial litigation, disciplinary proceedings, shareholders disputes, employment matters, and defamation. He also regularly advises clients on wills and probate, lasting power of attorney, application under the Mental Capacity Act and contentious probate.
With globalisation providing not only a myriad of opportunities but also increased challenges in dealing with the various stakeholders, disputes are bound to arise in the normal course of businesses and transactions.
At CNPLaw, our dispute resolution lawyers seek to provide support to our clients through the lifecycle of transactions. At the very beginning, we seek to mitigate risk and avoid disputes. However, should it transpire to the latter, our lawyers work closely with our clients to either resolve the matter through alternative dispute resolution matters like arbitration and mediation, or through litigating the matter, either in the civil or criminal courts. We have extensive legal experience at every level of the Singapore courts of justice, and our lawyers have appeared in a number of cases reported in the Singapore Law Reports.