Chan Leng Sun SC will chair a top-tier panel comprising Dr Michael Hwang SC, Justice Anselmo Reyes and Ms Sapna Jhangiani QC to explore the important topic of Policing Ethics in Arbitration on 23 November 2021.
Chan Leng Sun, SC is course convenor for the SIAC and Institutional Arbitration Module at Keio Law School from 16-27 November 2021. The eminent faculty comprises leading specialists and the course is open to both students and practitioners.
In a judgment handed down on 4 November 2021, the London Commercial Court has granted permission to two Malaysian entities to challenge an LCIA arbitration award in connection with the well-known 1MDB scandal. Toby Landau QC acted for the successful Claimants, instructed by Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP.
On 1st November 2021, Toby Landau QC will be speaking at the British Virgin Island International Arbitration Centre’s BVI Arbitration Week in a complimentary virtual conference entitled “BVI Arbitration, the Caribbean Alternative” together with Nicholas Burkill, Dancia Penn OBE QC, Anneliese Day QC and Hana Doumal. More details are available here.
On 30 October 2020, the Singapore International Commercial Court in Perry v Esculier clarified the unique nature of interpleader proceedings, in which rival claimants contend that they own the same property. Simon Thorley IJ decided that, in the common situation where leave is given for the rival claimants to press their respective claims in
On 18 October 2021, the Appellate Division of the High Court handed down judgment in Engine Holdings Asia Pte Ltd v JTrust Asia Pte Ltd, dismissing Engine’s application for leave to appeal from the lower courts’ refusal to strike out JTrust’s action as being an abuse of process. The case provided the Appellate