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SCMA India Conference 2024 (Mumbai)
01 February 2024

SCMA, together with the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) along with our member law firms, Norton Rose Fulbright, Oon & Bazul, and Rajah & Tann, would like to invite you to a seminar addressing legal and arbitration matters relating to the maritime and international trade sectors. We are honoured to have Mr Cheong Ming Foong, Consul-General of Singapore’s Consulate-General in Mumbai, deliver the welcome remarks. Our speakers include Mr Kenneth Lim, MPA’s Assistant Chief Executive (Industry & Transformation), experienced maritime lawyers, Mr Bazul Ashhab, Mr Jainil Bhandari , Ms Sue Ann Gan and Mr Edgar Chin, and SCMA’s Executive Director, Ms Bernice Yeoh.

SCMA Perspectives Seminar 2/2024: Alleging a Conspiracy to use unlawful means
25 January 2024
MARITIME AND PORT AUTHORITY OF SINGAPORE, 460 ALEXANDRA ROAD #25-04/05 mTOWER SINGAPORE 119963

Jointly organised with 7KBW, in this seminar, Stephen Kenny KC will discuss the origins of the tort of conspiracy, and its current division into conspiracy to use unlawful means and conspiracy to injure without using unlawful means.

This talk will explore

  • the development of the tort of conspiracy
  • its relationship with the recently-recognised tort of causing harm by unlawful means
  • potential advantages in formulating a claim in terms of a conspiracy do harm by unlawful means
  • issues of pleading and proof
  • possible developments in Singapore law
SCMA-SIMC: Joint Maritime Mediators Panel (MMP) - Announcement & Press Release
12 January 2024

Leading Singapore dispute resolution institutions for arbitration and mediation name their first joint mediator panel for the global shipping industry

SCMA Perspectives Seminar 1/2024: The Future of Arbitration Reform in England and a Comparison with Singapore's Approach
10 - 10 January 2024
Allen & Gledhill LLP, One Marina Boulevard, #28-00, Singapore 018989
Significant reforms to the legislation governing arbitration in England and Wales are underway. On 6 September 2023, the Law Commission of England and Wales published its “Review of the Arbitration Act 1996”, setting out its final recommendations for reforms to the Arbitration Act 1996. The proposed reform was announced during the King’s Speech on 7 November 2023 and is likely receive Royal Assent in early or mid-2024, and come into effect shortly thereafter. In this seminar we will discuss the following key changes expected to be introduced by the Bill.
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