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Kendall Tan

Issues, Trends, and Changing Demands of Dispute Resolution

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As part of a series of interviews conducted by HFW Litigation, Kendall Tan, our Shipping & International Trade partner, proffers his insights on dispute resolution issues ranging from Singapore’s standing as a global centre, the effect of COVID-19 on disputes activity, and the changing demands of dispute resolution. He also comments on broader matters across Asia such as whether there may be a growing preference for Singapore over Hong Kong in relation to arbitration and whether Chinese courts may attract more global work.

This interview (available here) was part of a series of 30 interviews by HFW Litigation with senior in-house counsel and other leading figures from across the global disputes industry, tapping on a wealth of experience and expertise to build a comprehensive picture of the evolving disputes and risk environment facing major companies.

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