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Sheila Ng

Insolvency and Arbitration: Clash of Cultures?

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Authored Publication: Rajah & Tann Singapore has contributed to an article in a special edition of the South Square Digest. Issued by South Square Chambers, this edition features articles collaborative articles between members of South Square and members of INSOL International.

The article, “Insolvency and Arbitration: Clash of Cultures?“, compares the relationship between arbitration and insolvency in England and Singapore. It addresses the issue of transactions entered into at an undervalue by a debtor, whether such disputes may fall within the scope of an arbitration clause, and whether it is arbitrable in the first place.

Sheila Ng, Deputy Head of our Restructuring & Insolvency Practice, in collaboration with Felicity Toube, QC, and Matthew Abraham of South Square, authored the above article.

The full edition of the South Square Digest can be read here.

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