On 13 March 2023, the General Division of the High Court allowed an appeal from an arbitral award on a question of law, pursuant to s 49 of the Arbitration Act 2001. The question of law concerned the proper construction of the word “delivery” for the purposes of the time-bar clause in Section 67 of
On 18 January 2023, the Court of Appeal dismissed an appeal from a decision of the SICC rejecting the appellants’ claim that they were beneficially entitled to USD 10 million held by the respondents on the basis that, as part of a Ponzi scheme, the appellants’ money had been transferred to the respondents. Colin Liew
Colin Liew to speak at AIAC YPG Conference 2023 on challenges in enforcing commercial arbitration awards
Held in conjunction with the 7th AIAC Pre-Moot (for the Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot), the AIAC YPG Conference 2023 will take place on 9 March 2023. Colin will be speaking as part of a panel addressing the risks associated with the enforcement of commercial arbitration awards, the mechanisms employed during the asset tracing
Toby Landau KC of Duxton Hill Chambers to speak at the AIAC Evening Talk Series 2023 on “The New York Convention in a Fractured World – Can International Arbitration Survive the Resumption of History?
The 1958 New York Convention is one of the most widely signed treaties. At its heart is the belief that international commerce and international politics can be separated. In 1992, Francis Fukuyama declared the end of history and the triumph of liberal democracy as the final form of government for all nations. In today’s fractured world,
His interview can be found here.
We are delighted that Duxton Hill Chambers (Singapore Group Practice) has been shortlisted under the category of “Set of the Year” by Legal 500. More details are available here