Due to the current tightened measures, our deliveries will slightly be longer than normal. We hope for your understanding in these times.
The Singapore Arbitration Journal aims to provide a forum to examine and discuss developments of particular relevance and interest to the Singapore arbitration community. Every issue of the Journal will refer to recent judgments of the Singapore courts of relevance to arbitration. Each issue aims to review important Singapore decisions in the prior six months – the November issue will cover cases from January to June of the same year, while the cases from the second half of the year will be considered in the May issue of the following year. Each case reference is accompanied by a case note examining the significance and relevance of the case. The Journal will also include learned articles discussing important arbitration issues, trends and developments.
Date of Publication: November 2019
This issue reviews important Singapore arbitration-related court decisions from January to June 2020 on attempts to set aside arbitral awards. Accompanying case notes examining the significance and relevance of these and other Singapore cases reported are included in this issue. There is also an extended single article by Toby Landau QC – “Arbitral Groundhog Day: The Reopening and Re-Arguing of Arbitral Determinations” – which critically and exhaustively reviews the resultant complex issues when a party seeks to have a claim adjudicated in one forum, which has already been determined in another.
Date of Publication: November 2020