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PRP Law ranked in Straits Times’​​ Singapore’s Best Law Firms 2024

PRP Law is delighted to share that it has once again been recognised in the fourth edition of “Singapore’s Best Law Firms 2024” published by the Straits Times. We have been ranked as “Highly Recommended” in the following practice areas – Arbitration & Dispute Resolution, Insolvency & Restructuring and Employment. Thank you to our clients and peers for

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​When Will A Judicial Manager’s Actions Cause Unfair Prejudice?

In a landmark decision on Singapore insolvency law, by way of an ex tempore judgment, the Court of Appeal dismissed the appeal by the shareholders who challenged the Judicial Managers’ decision to sell the company’s assets for US$100 million. This judgment together with the High Court judgment represent the first reported judgments in Singapore on s

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PRP Law ranked in Straits Times’​​Singapore’s Best Law Firms 2023

PRP Law is proud to announce that it has been ranked in “Singapore’s Best Law Firms 2023” published by the Straits Times in collaboration with international market research firm Statista. We have been ranked as “Highly Recommended” by colleagues and clients in the following practice areas:- The rankings are based on the recommendations of over 6,178

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PRP Law ranked in the​Chambers Asia-Pacific Guide 2023

1. Employment: Domestic – Singapore – Band 12. Restructuring / Insolvency: Domestic – Singapore – Band 4 Simren Sandhu has been recognised as “Up and Coming” for “Employment: Domestic – Singapore”. She has been described as extremely responsive with an excellent level of client care and attention to detail.  We are also delighted to share that the Firm

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​Exclusive Jurisdiction Clauses in the Context of a Multi-Contracts Dispute Scenario

In Allianz Capital Partners GmbH, Singapore Branch v Goh Andress [2023] SGHC(A) 18, the Appellate Division of the High Court held that the Extended Fiona Trust Principle applies under Singapore law. A team from PRP Law comprising Pradeep Pillai, Simren Kaur Sandhu and Wong Yong Min acted for the Respondent in the appeal. ​This article

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