- Notice to Produce not a step in the proceedings preventing a stay for arbitration on case management grounds (Heartronics Corp v EPI Life)
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Arbitration analysis: Shaun Lee, FCIArb and international dispute resolution lawyer at JWS Asia Law Corporation (constituent Singapore law practice of Simmons & Simmons JWS), considers a particular point raised by a recent decision of the Singapore High Court, ie whether a defendant's filing of a notice to produce documents referred to in the plaintiff's statement of claim, constitutes a step in the proceedings which disentitles the defendant from obtaining a stay of court proceedings in favour of arbitration on case management grounds.
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