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Works on Maxwell Chambers Suites Completed After Two Years of Restoration Works

Dispute resolution complex to house 11 international institutions, 20 disputes chambers and practices from 11 countries The Singapore Ministry of Law announced today that it has completed the refurbishment of the conserved building at 28 Maxwell Road, renamed Maxwell Chambers Suites. The restored building will be given a new lease of life as a dispute resolution complex to meet growing demand for dispute resolution services in Asia and further boost Singapore’s position as an international dispute resolution hub. Maxwell Chambers Suites will open on 8 August 2019. Maxwell Chambers Suites is expected to house at least 11 international institutions and 20 disputes...

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Maxwell Chambers Suites to officially open on 8 August 2019

Maxwell Chambers Suites, the old Traffic Police headquarters along Maxwell Road, will officially open on 8 August as part of the expanded Maxwell Chambers after two years of restoration works. The expansion of the dispute resolution complex commenced in 2017 to meet the growing demand for dispute resolution services in Singapore. The opening date was announced by Home Affairs and Law Minister K. Shanmugam on Friday (April 26) at the Inter-Pacific Bar Association conference. In his speech, Mr Shanmugam addressed the following: Maxwell Chambers Suites, along with other initiatives, has boosted Singapore's position as an international dispute resolution centre Demand for dispute resolution services...

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Event Recap: Maxwell Lectures – Damages for Deliberate Breach of Tortious Duty

We were delighted to have esteemed International Arbitrator Sir Jeremy Cooke (7 King's Bench Walk and Singapore International Commercial Court) as the speaker for our very first Maxwell Lectures seminar in 2019, Damages for Deliberate Breach of Tortious Duty. With his years of experience in shipping law, Sir Jeremy Cooke discussed the issue of fraud in the deliberate loss or damage of cargo for the purpose of claims - a topic of particular interest to legal professionals in maritime arbitration. We would like to thank Sir Jeremy Cooke for taking the time to share his expertise as well as all in attendance!       ...

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Event Recap: Maxwell Lectures – From the Third to Fourth Industrial Revolution

We had a full house for our 13 December seminar, From the Third to Fourth Industrial Revolution - Impact of technology on dispute resolution and lawyering. The seminar comprised of a panel discussion with Prof. Steve Ngo (Asian Arbitration & ADR Alliance), Mr Aloysius Wee (Managing Partner, Aquinas Law Alliance LLP) and Ms Shae Teo (Director of Singapore, Law In Order). The three industry professionals each shared their views pertaining to the use of technology in their respective areas of expertise. We would like to offer our utmost thanks to the three speakers, as well as all attendees for their presence!             ...

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Singapore’s Appeal as an Arbitration Venue

  With an increasing number of arbitral centres opening in Asia, arbitration professionals today have many more centres to consider. Yet, Singapore remains a world leader in dispute resolution, with parties continuing to choose Singapore as their preferred seat of arbitration. We list the primary reasons why:   Singapore is the top city for ICC Arbitrations in Asia According to ICC dispute resolution statistics, 2017 was the eighth year in which Singapore was ranked as ICC’s top arbitration seat in Asia.   Stable legal system based on English law There is strong legislative and judicial support for arbitration.   Strong international reputation of Singapore International Arbitration...

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