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18 Apr 2017

Employment podcasts

This series of employment law podcasts will provide an overview of recent cases and trends relevant for employers and HR practitioners.
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18 Jul 2018

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Identifying, supporting, growing and developing the next generation of ..

On Wednesday 11 July, Stephenson Harwood, SNC Lavallin Atkins and Women in Rail hosted a top table dinner to launch the Senior Women in (or formerly in) Transport (SWIFT) ..
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13 Jul 2018

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Whistful thinking: Singapore High Court stays proceedings in favour of ..

In Ling Kong Henry v Tanglin Club [2018] SGHC 153, the Singapore High Court has affirmed the prevailing common law position that a multi-tier dispute resolution clause con..
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13 Jul 2018

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Winding-up petitions and arbitration agreements

In a recently reported judgment the Companies Court has brought Hong Kong law into alignment with Singapore and England when considering the effect of an arbitration agree..
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13 Jul 2018

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Stay no more: English Commercial Court reviews section 9 test (again)

Parties to international contracts often agree to arbitrate their disputes. But what if one party decides that it is better off pursuing a claim in court?
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13 Jul 2018

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Hong Kong Court dismisses winding-up petition where disputed debt is to..

The Hong Kong Court of First Instance considers the impact of an arbitration clause on the availability of winding-up petitions
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12 Jul 2018

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All in a good clause: Singapore High Court upholds ICC arbitration agre..

In Sinolanka Hotels & Spa (Private) Limited v Interna Contract SpA [2018] SGHC 157, the Singapore High Court analysed which of two arbitration agreements applied to a disp..
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11 Jul 2018

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No harm, no foul: Singapore High Court reaffirms need to prove prejudic..

In Sanum Investments Limited v ST Group Co, Ltd [2018] SGHC 141, the Singapore High Court reaffirmed that proving prejudice is an essential element when resisting an appli..
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09 Jul 2018

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Put it in writing: Supreme Court rules on validity of oral variations t..

The recent decision of the Supreme Court in Rock Advertising Ltd v MWB Business Exchange Centres Ltd has confirmed that oral variations to written agreements are not valid..
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