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Singapore lawyers try for Piraeus door to world

TradeWindsThe International Shipping GazetteVol 10, No 51, NOK 9023 December 1999Page 22 Singapore lawyers try for Piraeus door to world. Singapore law firm Joseph Tan Jude Benny (JTJB) is opening an office in the Greek shipping capital of Piraeus. Founding partner Jude Benny says further international expansion will follow, possibly in the Middle East, and

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Joseph Tan Jude Benny emerges as Singapore’s biggest shipping and admiralty practice

The Business TimesShipping TimesThursday, November 4, 1999 Shipping lawyers regroup to meet industry demandJoseph Tan Jude Benny emerges as Singapore’s biggest shipping and admiralty practice By George Joseph BT exclusive [Singapore] Shipping lawyers here have been reorganising and regrouping to take on more shipping and admiralty work as the Republic heads towards being an international

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Khattar Wong loses shipping team

This story was posted on the LawMoney website on 7 October 1999.Khattar Wong loses Shipping team Leading Singapore firm, Khattar Wong & Partners, has lost its head of shipping and six members of its maritime department to rival firm Joseph Tan Jude Benny (JTJB). Danny Chua and his team now bring the head count at

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Joseph Tan Jude Benny in the lead in Singapore

Straits LawyerBusiness LAWASIAwww.thcpress.comVolume 2:11 Joseph Tan Jude Benny in the lead in Singapore Shipping law firm Joseph Tan Jude Benny has emerged as Singapore’s largest, totaling 25 lawyers after poaching seven from rival Khattar Wong & Partners. Khattar’s head of shipping Danny Chua led the migration, joined by his deputy at Khattar Timothy Tan and

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The Asia Pacific Legal 500

Extract from The Asia Pacific Legal 500, The Guide To Asia’s Law Firms, 1999/2000 Edition, Page 486Edited By John PritchardThe publication is available on the internet at www.icclaw.com Jude Benny at Joseph Tan Jude Benny & Co (sic) remains one of the best respected shipping lawyers in Singapore and is well known for litigation work.

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KTM tells squatters to get out

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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JTJB Acts for Cousteau Society

[Singapore] It’s going down, that much is for certain. But nobody is saying why, or what happened. This picture is one of the world’s most renowned ships, the ocean research vessel of Jacques Cousteau fame, was taken yesterday evening near the yard of Kwong Soon Engineering Co in Tuas Crescent. The cause of the sinking

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New JTJB Brochure

In a high-tech metallic finish, the new JTJB Brochure captures the image of the firm in the new millennium. “The designers have done well, to create the imagery that we wanted – speed and dynamism, coupled with integrity and stability” said Danny Chua, one of the JTJB’s Senior Partners. The brochure also debuts the firm’s

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Visit to Oslo & Copenhagen

Dato’ Jude Benny (centre) with Anders Ulrick (right) and Jan Katkjaer (left) of Skuld, Copenhagen. Joseph Tan Jude Benny have been the Legal Correspondents in Singapore for SKULD P&I CLUB for the last 14 years. On a recent visit to Oslo and Copenhagen, Dato’ Jude Benny visited SKULD’s offices there.

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