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Charlene Cheam

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Charlene Cheam is a member of the litigation and dispute resolution practice group. She focuses her practice on commercial, construction, and employment matters. She also regularly acts for contractors in adjudication proceedings under the Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act.

Professional/Civic Activities

  • Volunteer at the Law Society Pro Bono Services Community Legal Clinic

Additional Information

  • “Validity of a Payment Response Irrelevant in Application to Set aside an Adjudication Determination,” Building & Construction Law, August 2017
  • Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology v Stansfield College Pte Ltd and anor [2018] SGHC 232: Represented the Plaintiff in its claim against a local private education institute for unpaid fees of approximately A$940,000.
  • Mataban Development Pte Ltd v Black Knight Warrior [2017] SGHCR 12: Acted for the Plaintiff and successfully resisted an application by the defendant to set aside the Adjudication Determination obtained in prior adjudication proceedings.
  • Mondial Assistance (Asia) Pte Ltd v Eric Jean Raymond Morazin [2015] SGHC 160: Represented the plaintiff/employer in a claim against its ex-employee. The causes of action included breaches of his employment obligations, fiduciary duties, and breach of confidence. The plaintiff was able to obtain an order for electronic discovery (E-Discovery) across several of the defendant’s repositories due to, inter alia, the large volume of documents involved.
  • Acted for a client in defending a claim by his former employer for, inter alia, alleged breaches of his employment contract and fiduciary duties by conspiring with two other defendants to make a severance payment of approximately AUD$3 million to a former employee.
  • Acted for various contractors with claims of up to SG$3.5 million in adjudication proceedings under the Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act (“SOPA”)
  • Advising on employment matters including severance payment, wrongful dismissal, termination and recruitment