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13 chicken distributors roasted with a S$26.9 million fine

On 12 Sep 2018, the CCCS issued an infringement decision against the 13 chicken distributors for agreeing not to compete by coordinating the amount and timing of price increases of fresh chicken products.

IPOS Case Summary: Monster Energy Company v NBA Properties, Inc [2018] SGIPOS 16

A mere similarity in the subject matter of the competing marks was not sufficient to establish visual similarity to oppose the registration of a trade mark.

[GBR] Litigation privilege where criminal proceedings are reasonably contemplated

In The Director of the Serious Fraud Office v Eurasian Natural Resources Corporation Ltd [2018] EWCA Civ 2006, the UKCA inter alia questioned the correctness of the Three Rivers case.

Singapore High Court holds imposition of attorney-eyes-only order did not amount to breach of natural justice warranting setting aside of arbitral award

In China Machine New Energy Corporation v Jaguar Energy Guatemala LLC, the SHC declined to set aside an arbitral award, finding that an attorney-eyes-only (“AEO”) order did not amount to a breach of natural justice.

Journals Online: Criminal Law

This article in the SAL Annual Review encapsulates and evaluates the 2017 decisions of the Singapore courts on criminal law. It is authored by Prem Raj Prabakaran and Mansoor Amir.

Journals Online: Biomedical Law and Ethics

This article in the SAL Annual Review encapsulates and evaluates the 2017 decisions of the Singapore courts on contract law. It is authored by Tracey Evans Chan and Prem Raj Prabakaran.

Journals Online: Contract Law

This article in the SAL Annual Review encapsulates and evaluates the 2017 decisions of the Singapore courts on contract law. It is authored by Goh Yihan, Lee Pey Woan and Tham Chee Ho.

Journals Online: Criminal Procedure, Evidence and Sentencing

This article in the SAL Annual Review encapsulates and evaluates the 2017 decisions of the Singapore courts on criminal procedure, evidence and sentencing law. It is authored by Mohamed Faizal Mohamed Abdul Kadir, Wong Woon Kwong and Sarah Shi.

Journals Online: Insurance Law

This article in the SAL Annual Review encapsulates and evaluates the 2017 decisions of the Singapore courts on tort law. It is authored by Winston Kwek Choon Lin.

Tags: Insurance
High Court finds limited obligations owed by bank to customer

High Court finds limited obligations owed by bank to customer

In AL Shams Global Ltd v BNP Paribas [2018] SGHC 143, the Court held that a bank did not breach any duties in contract, tort or as a fiduciary in refusing to accept an incoming payment into the plaintiff’s customer account.

LawWatch - IPMT August 2018 Edition

This update provides summaries of 4 recent local and international cases on intellectual property, media and technology.

Singapore and Hong Kong Courts apply choice of remedies principle in international arbitration

This update summarises the key aspects and implications of the “choice of remedies” principle in the decisions of Astro Nusantara International and Rakna Arakshaka Lanka.

Journals Online: Equity and Trusts

This article in the SAL Annual Review encapsulates and evaluates the 2017 decisions of the Singapore courts on tort law. It is authored by Tang Hang Wu.

Journals Online: Tort Law

This article in the SAL Annual Review encapsulates and evaluates the 2017 decisions of the Singapore courts on tort law. It is authored by Kumaralingam Amirthalingam and Gary Chan Kok Yew.

Categories: Judgments
Tags: Tort
Judicial management – The effect of creditors’ third-party security on their voting rights

Judicial management – The effect of creditors’ third-party security on their voting rights

The case of Re Swiber Holdings Ltd and another matter [2018] SGHC 180 is a welcome addition to the body of case law that complements and supplements the insolvency legislation of Singapore.

Journals Online: Intellectual Property Law

This article in the SAL Annual Review encapsulates and evaluates the 2017 decisions of the Singapore courts on intellectual property law. It is authored by David Tan and Stanley Lai, SC.

Court of Appeal decides whether intangible assets can be abandoned

Court of Appeal decides whether intangible assets can be abandoned

In Lee Chen Seong Jeremy v Official Assignee [2018] SGCA 51, the Court found that the company had abandoned its right in relation to a proof of debt filed against a bankrupt person several years earlier.

Journals Online: Competition Law

This article in the SAL Annual Review encapsulates and evaluates the 2017 decisions of the Singapore courts on competition law. It is authored by Kala Anandarajah.

Journals Online: Conflict of Laws

This article in the SAL Annual Review encapsulates and evaluates the 2017 decisions of the Singapore courts on conflicts of law. It is authored by Professor Joel Lee Tye Beng.

Mareva Injunctions in aid of foreign court proceedings

In China Medical Technologies, Inc (in liquidation) and another v Wu Xiaodong and another [2018] SGHC 178, the SHC held that it was empowered to grant a Mareva injuction in aid of foreign proceedings.

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