HMG is proud to have contributed 2 chapters to a book on "Mediation in Singapore - A Practical Guide", published by Sweet and Maxwell, and was co-launched by Chief Justice Sundaresh Menon at the State Courts yesterday. See media report here and State Court's media release here. In his speech, CJ described the book as one that not only traces the growth of mediation, but also the maturation of the mediation movement in Singapore. HMG is proud to be amongst such a a distinguished group of judges, mediation practitioners and lawyers. We are delighted to have contributed to the mediation efforts in Singapore and will continue to endeavour to assist our clients to resolve disputes amicably, efficiently and effectively in every difficult situation they find themselves in. HMG MD Ms Linda Heng (second from left) contributed a chapter on "Psychology and the Interest-Based Model of Mediation". In it, she discussed interesting psychological elements common in all manners of disputes, demonstrated in case studies which were adapted from disputes she had mediated over the past 10 years. HMG mediator Mr Lim Tat (first from right) also contributed a chapter on the "Processes and Stages of Mediation", going deep into the skills and competencies a mediator needs to provide structure for disputing parties.