CIVIL LITIGATION LAWYERS IN SINGAPORE
In Singapore, civil litigation occurs when a party (plaintiff) initiates any form of legal proceedings against a defendant to pursue a claim. Litigation refers to the process of taking legal action - it can occur after mediation, neutral evaluation and arbitration or after the claimant has engaged a law firm to act on its behalf. Civil litigation can stem from anything, from disputes between landlords and tenants to those between corporations. In these cases, a letter of demand would typically be sent from the plaintiff’s civil litigation lawyer to the defendant, and the former might suggest starting legal proceedings if the defendant refuses to comply.
Here at Harry Elias Partnership, we have a competent team of civil litigation lawyers who are familiar with the civil litigation procedures in Singapore. We can help you pursue or defend your legal rights. Other than a team of civil lawyers, we also have outstanding paralegals to help develop dispute strategies for your case. With the right law firm and lawyers, you can expect a seamless litigation process with professional advice while working with us.
MORE ABOUT HARRY ELIAS PARTNERSHIP
Other than providing assistance with civil litigation, the skilful lawyers in our firm also provide services that span across a wide range or practice areas, which include Banking and Finance, Capital Markets, Corporate and many more. Our clients will also enjoy the personal attention of our Partners, who work with passion and intensity.
Some notable works that we have undertaken during the past few years include playing a significant role in developing Singapore as a legal centre, taking part in iconic projects like Marina Bay Sands Integrated Resort, Sky Flyer and Formula 1 Race Pit Building.
With over 30 years of expertise, Harry Elias Partnership has grown into a progressive law firm in Singapore, and has acquired rich experience in managing high-profile cases, locally and around the world. You can trust our lawyers for quality advice and representation.