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Lee Hsien Yang comments on son's contempt of court case

Lee Hsien Yang comments on son's contempt of court case

Mr Lee said in a Facebook post yesterday that the decision vindicates "our belief that Shengwu has raised serious issues that need proper consideration".

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Driver who had stroke found liable in accident

Driver who had stroke found liable in accident

Judge rules that driver, who has since died, did not wholly lose control of vehicle.

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Liposuction death: SMC seeks 3-year suspension for errant doc

Liposuction death: SMC seeks 3-year suspension for errant doc

The doctors admitted that they did not ensure Mr Heng was adequately monitored during the procedure.

Singapore a hub to value, monetise intangible assets: Indranee

Singapore a hub to value, monetise intangible assets: Indranee

Ms Indranee said in order to strengthen Singapore's IP-rich industries, the country should continue to grow science, technology, engineering and maths expertise.

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OUE Lippo Healthcare served court documents by former exec director

OUE Lippo Healthcare served court documents by former exec director

OUE Lippo Healthcare has been served with court documents by its former executive director, Lim Beng Choo, following Ms Lim's commencement of court proceedings against the company on Aug 15, 2018, over unpaid dues.

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Tags: Defence
Tags: Defence
Tags: Defence
Tags: Defence

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.

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NRIC and Data Protection

The PDPC will enforce the Guidelines from 1 Sep 2019. Organisations will have to take immediate steps to review its practices and make the necesssary changes.

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.

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