1. Singapore has stepped up its risk assessment on its Disease Outbreak Response System Condition (DORSCON) from Yellow to Orange. This requires the taking of additional precautionary measures to prevent the spread of Covid-19.
  2. The Supreme Court of Singapore recognises that there may be concerns about attending the Symposium, which is presently scheduled to take place on 11 March 2020.
  3. After careful deliberation, a decision has been made to reschedule the Symposium to a later date. All affected participants will be contacted regarding the registration fee(s) that have been paid.
  4. The details of the postponement, including the new date of the Symposium, are currently being worked out. Updates regarding the details of the postponement will be posted on this website as soon as further information is available.
  5. We apologise for the inconvenience caused. Should you require further clarification, please feel free to write to us at

About the Singapore International Commercial Court

The Singapore International Commercial Court was established in 2015 as a division of the Singapore High Court to provide parties with efficient and effective resolution of international commercial disputes.

The Singapore International Commercial Court adopts international best practices for commercial disputes. Cases are managed and heard by experienced judges comprising specialist commercial judges from Singapore and International Judges from both civil law and common law traditions.