Search results

Narrow your search

Result types

Showing 521 - 530 of 642 for "Singapore" with applied filters

News & Analysis

Oil and gas specialist returns to Drew

07 November 2019 by Asia law

Chua Tju Liang rejoins Drew as equity director

News & Analysis

RHTLaw Taylor Wessing welcomes corporate restructuring and insolvency partner

31 October 2019 by Asia law

Firm strengthens its corporate restructuring and insolvency practice with new hire

News & Analysis

TSMP welcomes new senior hires to its disputes and regulatory teams

03 October 2019 by Asia law

Senior director Jeffrey Teck, director Mark Jacobsen and consultant Hans Tjio join TSMP

News & Analysis


28 September 2019 by Asia law

The nominations for the Euromoney Legal Media Group Asia Women in Business Law Awards 2019 have been announced (please scroll down for the full list). On November 13, Asia's leading female lawyers will gather at the Island Shangri-La in Hong Kong to celebrate the achievements of women in the legal profession.

News & Analysis

Benchmark Litigation Asia-Pacific Awards 2019 – winners revealed

20 September 2019 by Asia law

The winners for the fifth annual Benchmark Litigation Asia-Pacific Awards have been announced

News & Analysis

asialaw Profiles and asialaw Leading Lawyers 2020 - NOW LIVE

13 September 2019 by Asia law

asialaw Profiles and asialaw Leading Lawyers 2020 edition is LIVE!

News & Analysis

Withers KhattarWong bolsters funds team

12 September 2019 by Asia law

Withers KhattarWong hires investment specialist Daniel Yong and two associates from Morgan Lewis

News & Analysis

Arbitration of BRI disputes: Singapore’s burgeoning role

04 September 2019 by Peter Doraisamy

The Belt-Road Initiative stands tall as the largest transcontinental infrastructure program the world as ever seen. Cutting across 68 nations and linking together three continents by land and sea, the BRI is a revival of the ancient trade network, the Silk Roads that drove economic growth and development in Asia.

News & Analysis

Chinese Court Being more Tolerant with Pathological Arbitration Clause

04 September 2019 by Asia law

On 14 December 2018, Beijing 4th Intermediate Court (the “Court”) upheld the validity of a pathological arbitration agreement which does not provide a seat of arbitration nor does the arbitration institution thereunder actually exist in Chinalight International Trade Co. Ltd. v Tata International Metals (Asia) Ltd. (“Chinalight v. Tata”).

News & Analysis


12 August 2019 by Asia law

asialaw's picks of the most significant legal matters in the region in July 2019