MinLaw to beef up S'pore as arbitration hub to court users

Maxwell Chambers has expanded its network of hearing centres across the globe to facilitate reliable e-hearings or semi-virtual hearings for international parties. PHOTO: MAXWELL CHAMBERS
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The Law Ministry (MinLaw) will ensure Singapore's infrastructure and facilities for dispute resolution remain state of the art and user-centric, as it continues to work closely with the industry community to strengthen Singapore as a hub.

A MinLaw spokesman said the country's dispute resolution institutions have responded swiftly to the Covid-19 pandemic, and have adopted and enhanced technology solutions to adapt to the evolving situation.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on October 19, 2020, with the headline MinLaw to beef up S'pore as arbitration hub to court users. Subscribe