Civil & Commercial Litigation & Arbitration

PKWA LITIGATION LAWYERS

Our litigation lawyers have appeared in the Supreme Court and the State Courts and have also had experience in the appellate courts. We also represent clients before tribunals and in arbitration.

Our Director Lim Chong Boon has been involved in several high profile cases involving very substantial claims.

Chong Boon is a recommended leading lawyer in the areas of “Civil and Family Law” by ACQ Law Awards 2014 and by Global Law Experts 2015 Edition.

The litigation lawyers in the practice have vast experience in a wide range of litigation matters including the following:

  • Banking Related Litigation
  • Building & Construction
  • Corporate Litigation
  • Corporate and Commercial Frauds
  • Debt Collection and Enforcement of Securities
  • Employer and Employee Disputes
  • Estate and Trust
  • Corporate and Personal Insolvency
  • Intellectual Property Related Transactions
  • Sale of Goods/Commercial Transactions
  • Landlord and Tenant

Our focus is on general and civil litigation.  Our litigation lawyers are experienced in property related litigation such as breach of contract over property and property defects.

ABOUT PKWA LAW

PKWA Law is an established full service Singaporean law firm with 30 years of solid reputation and more than 100 employees. We are conveniently located at HBD Hub.

PKWA Law was recently ranked as one of Singapore’s top SME companies in 2016 in the “30th Singapore 1000 / SME 1000 Awards”. This is an annual award organised by DP Information Group and Ernst & Young and supported by IE Singapore, SPRING Singapore, Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority of Singapore (ACRA), Info-communications Media Development Authority of Singapore (IMDA) and the Singapore Business Federation.

PKWA Law’s clients include DBS, UOB, OCBC, Maybank, StanChart, HSBC and CPF Board.

We are  represent Singaporeans and PRs from all walks of life in their general litigation and family matters.

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