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Ministry of Law consults on proposed anti-money laundering regime for dealers in precious stones and precious metals

Under the new regime, PSMDs will be required to, among other things, put in place internal policies, procedures and controls and register with MinLaw.

Court dismisses ex-CEO's lawsuit over 'betrayal'

Court dismisses ex-CEO's lawsuit over 'betrayal'

Former Netccentric CEO Cheo Ming Shen claimed his co-founder "engineered" his resignation and thus breached an agreement not to interfere with his leadership. But his contentions cut no ice with the court.

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No systemic failure by Datapulse in M&A due process: review

No systemic failure by Datapulse in M&A due process: review

Reviewer at Lee & Lee unable to find express discussions of the implications of the interested person transactions and acquisitions and realisations sections of the SGX Listing Manual in Datapulse's meeting minutes, resolutions or announcements for a few of the deals between 2000 to 2018.

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Naughty G Pte Ltd v Fortune Marketing Pte Ltd [2018] SGHC 190

Evidence — Admissibility of evidence

Evidence — Admissibility of evidence
Property firm HSR fined for breaching guidelines

Property firm HSR fined for breaching guidelines

It also attracts six-month marketing ban for not warning investors of Bangkok project risks.

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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.

Hong Kong woman seeks to recover $7m from 3 Singaporeans in suit

Hong Kong woman seeks to recover $7m from 3 Singaporeans in suit

Plaintiff says they convinced her to invest in alleged ponzi scheme promising pro gamblers' profits

Ex-CEO of social media company sues co-founder

Ex-CEO of social media company sues co-founder

Cheo Ming Shen alleges he was forced out as CEO of Nuffnang's parent company Netccentric

Skincare brand founder sued for diverting revenue

Skincare brand founder sued for diverting revenue

The issue before the High Court now is how much damages Ms Karine Estelle Cheong, 31, has to pay for acting against the interests of the company she started.

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Noble shareholders back crucial rescue plan but challenges still abound

Noble shareholders back crucial rescue plan but challenges still abound

US$3.5 billion debt restructuring plan draws overwhelming support from shareholders present.

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[GBR] UK Supreme Court excludes Wrotham Park damages for breaches of non-compete agreements

In Morris-Garner & Anor v One Step (Support) Ltd [2018] UKSC 20, the UKSC laid down several seminal holdings on the availability and applicability of Wrotham Park damages.

High Court clarifies law on contractual discretion and penalty clauses

In Ricardo Leiman v Noble Resources Ltd [2018] SGHC 166, the Court held that an exercise of a contractual discretion in an employment contract may be invalidated if it was arbitrary, capricious or in bad faith.

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