Journal of Equity Annual Conference 2019 - Equitable Fraud


The 2019 Journal of Equity Annual Conference, co-organised with the Centre for Cross-Border Commercial Law in Asia (Singapore Management University), will take place on 14 February 2019 at Singapore Management University, School of Law. The 2019 conference will address the theme ‘Equitable Fraud’ and feature five papers that examine current developments of ‘equitable fraud’ in a variety of contemporary contexts as well as its evolving interplay with common law and statutory regimes:

  • Rebecca Lee (University of Hong Kong, Faculty of Law), ‘Relief for Bribes in Equity’
  • Rick Bigwood (TC Beirne School of Law, University of Queensland), ‘Undue Influence as Constructive Fraud’
  • Lee Pey Woan (Singapore Management University, School of Law), ‘The Abuse of Organisational Forms: Trusts and Companies Compared’
  • Tham Chee Ho (Singapore Management University, School of Law), ‘Equitable fraud and the “equitable jurisdiction of the common law courts”’
  • Elise Bant (University of Melbourne, Melbourne Law School), ‘Estoppel, Misleading Conduct and Equitable Fraud’

The Guest of Honour for the conference is Judge of Appeal, Justice Andrew Phang. This conference will be of interest to judges, academics and practitioners working in the areas of equity and commercial law.

S$200 inclusive of GST
(includes lunch and coffee breaks)

14 February 2019 (Thursday)

9.00am to 4.20pm
(Registration starts at 8.30am)

Singapore Management University
School of Law

Room B1.09, Level B1


Public CPD Points:  5

Practice Area:   Corporate / Commercial

Training Category:   Advanced


Please click here to register.


Accredited CPD Activity

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