24 May 2017
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  • Recognition of foreign office-holders: How far does it go?
    When a company with multi-jurisdictional presence is liquidated in one jurisdiction, questions arise as to whether the office-holder appointed in that jurisdiction can be recognised by the Courts of other jurisdictions...
    Singapore Law Watch, 17 May 2017
  • Time to Do Right by Databases
    A detailed examination and analysis of Global Yellow Pages Ltd v. Promedia Directories Pte Ltd and another matter [2017] SGCA 28...
    Singapore Law Watch, 16 May 2017
  • Dual Class Shares in Singapore
    This article considers the arguments for and against dual class share structures...
    Singapore Law Watch, 07 Apr 2017
  • How should “bare” arbitration clauses be enforced by the courts?
    In K.V.C. Rice Intertrade Co Ltd v Asian Mineral Resources Pte Ltd [2017] SGHC 32, the Singapore High Court enforced so-called “bare” arbitration clauses, ie, clauses that specify neither the place of arbitration nor the means of appointing arbitrators...
    Singapore Law Watch, 06 Apr 2017
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