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Court order makes it easier for copyright owners to curb access to piracy websites

Court order makes it easier for copyright owners to curb access to piracy websites

The order by the High Court, called a dynamic injunction, will block new means of accessing the 53 infringing websites without the studios having to return to court, unless there is a dispute.

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Should a person with special needs be culpable for a sexual crime? Call for more options in sentencing those with special needs

Should a person with special needs be culpable for a sexual crime? Call for more options in sentencing those with special needs

Recent sexual offence cases raise concerns about reforming and protecting these people.

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Guiding couples through the divorce process

Guiding couples through the divorce process

Talks by lawyers every other month aim to help individuals make informed decisions.

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Drug cases: Prosecutors must state presumptions

Drug cases: Prosecutors must state presumptions

Prosecutors handling future drug trafficking trials have to specify which presumption under the Misuse of Drugs Act (MDA) they are invoking to prove their case, the Court of Appeal has ruled.

Ex-agent gets $3.2m from AXA, plus six years' interest

Ex-agent gets $3.2m from AXA, plus six years' interest

Scathing letter of reference had cost him a job at rival Prudential.

The Court of Appeal clarifies the procedure and principles to be applied in patent entitlement proceedings

In Cicada Cube Pte Ltd v National University Hospital (Singapore) Pte Ltd and another appeal [2018] SGCA 52, the SCA held that both parties had joint ownership of the patent.

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