Enforcing Foreign Interlocutory Judgments or Injunctive Relief In Singapore
The recent Singapore Court of Appeal judgment in Pathfinder Strategic Credit LP v Empire Capital Resources Pte Ltd  SGCA 29 (the “Judgment“) – accessible here – is a timely reminder of a corporate debtor’s obligations when applying to restructure its debts under Singapore’s Companies Act (the “Act“). […]
Income earned in Singapore is subject to income tax, notwithstanding that the income was derived from an illegal employment agreement (in this case the lack of a relevant work pass entitling the employee to work in Singapore).
A case commentary on the Singapore Court of Appeal decision in Perennial (Capitol) Pte Ltd and Anor v Capitol Investment Holdings Pte Ltd and Ors  SGCA 11, as well as certain legal and practical takeaways.
Getting The Deal Through: Insolvency & Restructuring 2018
Case Commentary: Perennial (Capitol) Pte Ltd and Anor v Capitol Investment Holdings Pte Ltd and Ors  SGCA 11 [Insolvency Law] [Just & Equitable Winding Up Applications] [Shareholders’ Disputes] [Management / Shareholder Deadlock]
A review of – and commentary concerning – the Singapore Court of Appeal’s decision in Perennial (Capitol) Pte Ltd and Anor v Capitol Investment Holdings Pte Ltd and Ors  SGCA 11, concerning what constitutes “deadlock” in the context of an application to wind up a company on just and equitable grounds where shareholders have fallen out.
Contingent Liabilities As A Basis For The Composition of Debts [Insolvency Law] [Restructuring] [Company Law] [Companies Act] [Statutory Interpretation]
In the freshly released judgment in Re Empire Capital Resources Pte Ltd  SGHC 36, the Singapore High Court reiterated that a scheme of arrangement under Singapore law could lawfully release third-party claims, i.e. the creditors’ claims against entities / persons other than (or in addition to) the […]
As of 11 October 2017, foreign companies meeting the relevant criteria may “re-domicile” in Singapore, effectively becoming Singapore companies. This is in line with the amendments to the Companies Act made earlier in March this year. Apart from the consequences of re-domiciliation highlighted in the Business Times article […]
Executive Summary In the unreported Singapore High Court decision in Strategic Construction Pte Ltd v JH Projects Pte Ltd  SGHC 238 (the “Judgment”) (available on Singapore Law Watch here), the Singapore Court considered whether to stay a winding up application brought by the Plaintiff (“SCPL”) against the […]
Critical Considerations For Financially Beleaguered Companies Making Repayments Prior To Insolvency [Insolvency and Company Law]
A summary of the transactions entered into by a company (pre-insolvency) which may be subject to challenge by a liquidator of an insolvent company under Singapore law.