JUDGMENT OF THE SINGAPORE HIGH COURT RENDERED IN 2004 IN CASE  4 SLR 705;  SGHC 204
Subject Matter: Whether the expert had gone beyond his mandate and the agreement of the parties and whether not providing the parties with the information supplied by the expert to the arbitral tribunal was a breach of natural justice in making the award.
Finding: The court held that there was nothing that violated any agreement of the parties and that by informing the parties that the tribunal was going to rely on unwritten assistance of the expert, no objection having been made by either party, the requirements of natural justice were satisfied.
Claimant: Luzon Hydro Corp. (Philippines)
Respondent: Transfield Philippines Inc. (Philippines)
Place of Court Proceedings: Singapore
Applicable Law: Singapore International Arbitration Act
Place of Arbitral Proceedings: Singapore
Chairman: Dr. Michael Pryles
Arbitrator: Dr. Clyde Croft QC
Arbitrator: Mr. Neil Kaplan QC
Applicable Arbitration Rules: ICC Rules of Arbitration 1998