Monthly Archives: December 2012

Case Update: Arbitration Clause in Main Agreement was an implied term in Settlement Agreement

The English High Court recently saw it fit to imply an arbitration clause found in a main agreement between parties to a settlement agreement which had arisen out of a dispute between the same parties. On that basis, the defendant … Continue reading

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Technology and Outsourcing Hot Spots Series (3): Termination and Post-termination rights

Earlier in this series, we examined issues arising out of pre-contractual negotiations as well as governance and change control mechanisms. Invariably, all contracts come to an end, whether because (a) parties have fallen out and can no longer cooperate with … Continue reading

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News update: GMR and Male Airport Dispute

To those who are following the ongoing dispute between Indian infrastructure giant GMR and the Maldivian Government over the Ibrahim Nasir International Airport in Male (the “Airport“), the Singapore Court of Appeal has just overruled the Singapore High Court’s order … Continue reading

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