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Civil Justice Reforms - The German Experience

Singapore is currently undergoing civil justice reforms to ensure that our Courts, as a forum for dispute resolution, remain relevant, effective and efficient for litigants. The German Courts are renowned for their cost and time efficiencies. Although the German legal system is a civil law system and it is an adversarial system, there is a balance between party autonomy and the active management and supervisory role played by the German Courts. How do the German Courts manage, supervise and in some instances, expedite civil Court proceedings? What is the role of the parties in presenting facts and evidence for their respective cases? How do the German Courts give their preliminary advisory opinions on the case before receiving the evidence and full submissions at trial? How do the German Courts receive documentary evidence, and ensure that all relevant documents are before the Court, without the discovery process? Lastly, how are lawyers’ fees and court fees made transparent and predictable to the litigants? To address these points and more, the Singapore Academy of Law, in collaboration with the German Singapore Lawyers Association, are pleased to present, Civil Justice Reforms – The German Experience.

 

PROGRAMME

 

04.00PM    Registration


04.15PM    Opening Remarks
                   The Honourable Justice Aedit Abdullah, Supreme Court of Singapore
                   His Excellency Dr. Ulrich A. Sante, German Ambassador to Singapore


04.30PM    Presentation by Mr Claus Lenz, Partner, LST Lenz Schuhmacher Tap


05.30PM    Panel Discussion and Q & A
                    Moderator:      Dr. Thomas R. Klötzel, Thümmel, Schütze & Partner  
                    Panellists:        Mr Ian Lim, TSMP Law Corporation
                                             Ms Joy Tan, WongPartnership LLP


05.45PM    Networking Reception


06.00PM    End

 

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Singapore Academy of Law
Training Room: Stamford 1 & 2
The Adelphi #08-08
1 Coleman St, Singapore 179803

Event Date: 08 April 2019 (04:15pm – 05:45pm)

$32.10

Singapore is currently undergoing civil justice reforms to ensure that our Courts, as a forum for dispute resolution, remain relevant, effective and efficient for litigants. The German Courts are renowned for their cost and time efficiencies. Although the German legal system is a civil law system and it is an adversarial system, there is a balance between party autonomy and the active management and supervisory role played by the German Courts. How do the German Courts manage, supervise and in some instances, expedite civil Court proceedings? What is the role of the parties in presenting facts and evidence for their respective cases? How do the German Courts give their preliminary advisory opinions on the case before receiving the evidence and full submissions at trial? How do the German Courts receive documentary evidence, and ensure that all relevant documents are before the Court, without the discovery process? Lastly, how are lawyers’ fees and court fees made transparent and predictable to the litigants? To address these points and more, the Singapore Academy of Law, in collaboration with the German Singapore Lawyers Association, are pleased to present, Civil Justice Reforms – The German Experience.

 

PROGRAMME

 

04.00PM    Registration


04.15PM    Opening Remarks
                   The Honourable Justice Aedit Abdullah, Supreme Court of Singapore
                   His Excellency Dr. Ulrich A. Sante, German Ambassador to Singapore


04.30PM    Presentation by Mr Claus Lenz, Partner, LST Lenz Schuhmacher Tap


05.30PM    Panel Discussion and Q & A
                    Moderator:      Dr. Thomas R. Klötzel, Thümmel, Schütze & Partner  
                    Panellists:        Mr Ian Lim, TSMP Law Corporation
                                             Ms Joy Tan, WongPartnership LLP


05.45PM    Networking Reception


06.00PM    End

 

Click here for brochure.

 

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