Our short article on the Singapore High Court case of Piallo GmbH v Yafriro International Pte Ltd,  SGHC 260 has been featured on LexisNexis Newsletter June 2014 (Issue 1). The article focuses on the Singapore court’s decision on the ambit of arbitration clauses (presumption of arbitration) and whether disputes arising out of bill of exchanges issued pursuant to the underlying contract fall within that contract’s arbitration clause.
Our article can be found here. For a more detailed analysis of the case, see “Case Update: (1) Governing law of the arbitration agreement determines scope of arbitrability; (2) Disputes on bills of exchange fall within arbitration clause” as well as “Can a claim on dishonoured cheque(s) avoid a stay for arbitration?”
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