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Asian Legal Business July 2002

Singapore has one of the world’s largest and busiest ports, so it should come as little surprise that maritime law has achieved the status it has in the Lion City, or that local shipping law firms have been able to develop a profitable niche business. As well as nurturing the necessary expertise in-house and having

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Asian Law Awards winner : Best Shipping Practice

Asian Law Awards: Best Shipping Practice As one of Singapore’s largest shipping practices, we stood as good a chance to win the coveted inaugural award for Best Shipping Practice. And indeed, we did! Joseph Tan Jude Benny, bagged the coveted Best Shipping Practice at the inaugural Asian Law Awards in Singapore, organised by the Straits

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KTM

The Straits Times29 March 1998 By Jasbir Singh The Malayan Railway (KTM) yesterday began serving eviction notices on illegal squatters on its railway land, posting 110 notices at sites in Kranji and Woodlands. It put up the documents, which were laminated and struck on wooden stakes, at about 100 lots off Woodlands Road. The land

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TDB Highlight – JTJB Progress

Singapore TradeNews (Published by Singapore Trade Development Board) Vol 5 Issue 3/2001 Business of maritime law sets sail Singapore’s position as a maritime hub is complemented by the development of a growing maritime law business. Local practices have gained international recognition and one of them has even started franchising. The port of Singapore is one of the

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Law firm looking to reverse the trend

Lloyds List3 Sept 2001 In the field of maritime law Singapore is more used to attracting overseas firms than to its own firms expanding to foreign climes. The likes of Clyde & Co, Watson Farley and Williams and Holman Fenwick and Willan have all had offices in the republic for several years. However, one Singapore

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Singapore Company franchises name

NEW STRAITS TIMES – 23 JULY 2001 First shipping law firm to use this move for global expansion A SINGAPORE-GROWN international shipping practice, Joseph Tan Jude Benny (JTJB), has licensed the use of its name to help other law firms in port cities develop their shipping and admiralty practice. JTJB became the first Singapore law

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Law firm to open 3 more offices abroad

This article appeared in The Straits Times, 20 Sept 2000Award honours judgeBy Neal Cooke AN AWARD for top law students has been set up by one of the biggest shipping law firms here in honour of the late Justice M. Karthigesu. The firm, Joseph Tan Jude Benny Advocates and Solicitors, launched the M Karthigesu Gold Medal

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M Karthigesu Gold Medal and Memorial Prize

This article appeared in The Straits Times, 20 Sept 2000Award honours judgeBy Neal Cooke AN AWARD for top law students has been set up by one of the biggest shipping law firms here in honour of the late Justice M. Karthigesu. The firm, Joseph Tan Jude Benny Advocates and Solicitors, launched the M Karthigesu Gold Medal

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Singapore shipping firm’s lawyers head out to sea

Singapore shipping firm’s lawyers head out to seaJoseph Tan Jude Benny wants lawyers to get first-hand marine experienceThis article appeared in The Shipping Times 20 Sept 2000By Ann Toh [SINGAPORE] One of Singapore’s largest shipping firms, Joseph Tan Jude Benny, has devised an innovative training programme to arm its lawyers with first-hand marine experience to

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