Litigation & Dispute Resolution
The team at Goik Ramesh & Loo consistently delivers outstanding results for their clients at every stage of the litigation. The team is comprised of broad-gauged litigators known for their judgement, business savvy and strategic advice.
The firm’s litigators bring personal attention, deep industry knowledge and substantive legal expertise to each matter, tailoring advice to clients’ needs, priorities and circumstances in a manner calculated to achieve the best possible result in each case.
Our clients look to us to bring a distinctively high degree of quality, intensity and creativity to resolve legal challenges effectively and cost efficiently.
The team handles cross-border and domestic disputes of every kind across a diverse range of industries and provides outstanding results over a broad base of advisory and litigation work in areas such as:
- Corporate Disputes
- Securities and Derivative Actions
- Shareholder and Joint Venture Disputes
- Hostile take overs
- Insolvency and Corporate Recovery
- Claims in contract and mass tort
- Commercial disputes
- Product liability
- Professional liability
- Land and land acquisition disputes
Goik Ramesh & Loo also have significant experience in medical or industrial accident cases involving complex technical issues of accident reconstruction and contest of expert engineering, medical or psychiatric opinions.
Our team also possesses the expertise in alternative forms of dispute resolution, besides court proceedings, namely arbitration, mediation and CIPAA (Construction Industry Payment Arbitration Act, 2012) and the key ingredient of our service is to advise clients on overall litigation strategy and advise clients in any settlement negotiations.
Sub practise areas:
- Contractual disputes
- Company disputes
- Fraud and breach of trust
- Land acquisition
- Joint Management Body (“JMB”) and Management Corporation (“MC”) disputes
- Personal injury
- Professional negligence
- Enforcement proceedings
- Arbitration and adjudication
- Administrative and Public law
- Intellectual property