Dispute Resolution & Arbitration

GOOD LITIGATION TACTICS

Conflict is the unspoken nature of business. As such it is common to find yourself disputing with business partners, clients, suppliers and even regulators. That is why we understand that what is needed is not more disruption and damage to the business but a quick and swift solution for our clients.

OUR KEY AREAS OF PRACTICE INCLUDE:

  • Pre-litigation strategic analysis
  • Shareholders’ disputes and oppression claims
  • Directors’ disputes
  • Labour and employment disputes
  • Breach of contract and claim for damages
  • Construction and infrastructure disputes
  • Pre-emptive preservation orders
  • Injunctions and declaratory orders
  • Probate and administration of estates
  • Arbitration
  • Civil litigation
  • Corporate and commercial litigation
  • Adjudication
  • Mediation
  • Debt recovery and execution proceedings
  • Bankruptcy, liquidation, insolvency
  • Defamation

OUR KEY AREAS OF PRACTICE INCLUDE:

  • Pre-litigation strategic analysis
  • Shareholders’ disputes and oppression claims
  • Directors’ disputes
  • Labour and employment disputes
  • Breach of contract and claim for damages
  • Construction and infrastructure disputes
  • Pre-emptive preservation orders
  • Injunctions and declaratory orders
  • Probate and administration of estates
  • Arbitration
  • Civil litigation
  • Corporate and commercial litigation
  • Adjudication
  • Mediation
  • Debt recovery and execution proceedings
  • Bankruptcy, liquidation, insolvency
  • Defamation

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Our fees depend on the complexity of the dispute and the time that we need to spend which we will ascertain after meeting with you. In addition to legal fees, there are various expenses that you need to pay such as court filing fees, fees for extracting certain necessary documents or reports, affirmation fees etc.
For first meeting to understand the nature of your dispute, we usually do not charge.
Depends on the nature of the dispute. If the case proceeds to full trial in Court, it will take at least 9 months. The losing party may also appeal to the higher court, which will take another several months.
Parties can come into a settlement any time before the presiding Judge delivers the decision or hear the matter. Depending on the facts, sometimes it may be more cost efficient to just settle the matter out of court than having to go through the full trial.
Parties can come into a settlement any time before the presiding Judge delivers the decision or hear the matter. Depending on the facts, sometimes it may be more cost efficient to just settle the matter out of court than having to go through the full trial.

Tan Eng Keat, Partner

Dispute Resolution & Arbitration

Lim Kee Wai, Partner

Dispute Resolution & Arbitration

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