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The direction is with regard to statements made by Dr Paul Tambyah over the outbreak of Covid-19 in foreign worker dormitories.
After more than two years in restructuring limbo, fatigue has set in and some creditors plan to start a process to replace Hyflux's management with judicial managers at the next court date on July 27.
78 funds set up since launch in January; MAS looking at tweaks to cater to robust response.
Justice Chan Seng Onn said he took into account the pair's young age when they committed the offences: Irsyad was 18 and Sharuddin was 16 years old.
Be prepared for the restart of construction projects. The course covers the law in every aspect of the construction process including dispute resolution and adjudication.
Fresh partnerships being sealed, even as some tie-ups have unravelled; market players say careful planning and period of 'trying things out' is key.
Bayfront Law managing director Kesavan Nair says: "We expect that Singapore will continue to be the centre of merger and acquisition activities and Japanese related arbitrations."
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But methodical manner of killing wife and daughter shows he had self-control, says DPP.
Prof Furmston is renowned as the author and editor of Cheshire, Fifoot and Furmston's Law of Contract - the standard work on the topic - among other works.
Default sentence of two weeks' jail also sought in court case involving 2017 Facebook post by PM Lee's nephew.
What is happening is not specifically related to the fintech industry as it was more of a failure on the auditors' part to request important account information.
Dr Lum Yang Wei has not practised medicine since serving his jail term for using a smartphone to film a nurse using the toilet, the tribunal said in its ruling.
In the video, Mr Lim Tean said: "We spend a quarter of a billion dollars providing free education for foreigners every year."
The claim is in connection with Geo Energy's proposed US$25 million acquisition of the entire stake in Titan Global Energy from TIE and its affiliate, as well as coal purchase agreements signed between GCI and TIE.
Those with MC for acute respiratory infection or found to have a fever will also be asked to vote from 7pm to 8pm.
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As a result of changes made to the scheme in 2016, the minimum number of opposition MPs, including NCMPs, in Parliament will go up from nine to 12. The changes also give NCMPs the same voting rights as elected MPs.
This comes days after the the parent of the German fintech collapsed into insolvency after admitting that 1.9 billion euros (S$2.98 billion) in cash on its balance sheet is likely non-existent.
Jeffrey Ong Su Aun, 42, now faces 53 charges in total. He was earlier handed 38 charges for offences including criminal breach of trust as an attorney and forgery.
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Legal and commercial issues resulting from the crisis could advance Singapore's ambitions as a restructuring hub in a post-Covid environment.
With firm's promising prospects, even experts, media missed the red flags, failing to probe deeper.
There is no basis for the Prohibitory Order lawyer M. Ravi was seeking on behalf of his client Daniel De Costa: Justice Chua Lee Ming
Those who make or publish non-exempted party political films may be investigated and prosecuted under the Films Act.
Ruling given in case where couple lived together for 12 years before marrying.
There will be family lawyers who are reinventing their practice, reinventing themselves, and seeing family work in a new light: Debbie Ong J
Help given to 500 facing marital, family issues since April, more than target of 200 a year.
Business Correspondent Grace Leong traces the fall of self-made billionaire Lim Oon Kuin and the unravelling of his empire.
A 24-year-old man, who took up an offer from another man to join two sexual trysts with the latter's girlfriend without her knowledge and consent, was convicted of rape and other sexual offences yesterday.
A judge issued a PPO against a 57-year-old father and in favour of his son. The man stalked and harassed his 24-year-old son over ten months, including loitering outside his camp while he was doing national service.
Catalist-listed healthcare company was responding to SGX queries on its 2019 results.
In our research on the conflict between caregiving and work, the Association of Women for Action and Research has repeatedly asserted the importance of flexible work arrangements (FWAs).
The application is premised on the ground that the calling of the election is in breach of the right to free and fair elections under the current circumstances: M Ravi
He groomed teen for repeated sex acts, police report made four years after she had his child.
Singapore lawyers making submissions to the bourse operator's regulatory arm on behalf of listed issuers can now refer to a guide that sets out recommendations and best practices.
Participants will be provided with a deep-dive into a comprehensive range of topics related to early-stage venture capital fundraising for startups, aspiring venture capitalists and legal advisers.
Where environmental risk is deemed material to a bank, the bank should designate a member of senior management or a committee to oversee environmental risk, says MAS.
The stints will last up to 12 months, with trainees receiving a monthly allowance.
Lange Vivian was charged with providing payment services without a licence under the Payment Services Act.
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Parties advised to set a good example and nudge their supporters in the right direction.
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PwC report says oil trader overstated its assets and fabricated documents to mislead banks into extending financing.
Inquiry found he had harassed six former staff who were Judges' Associates in Australia.
Wirecard shares dived after two Asian banks supposedly holding 1.9b euros of missing cash denied any business relationship with it.
PM Lee sets out why he is calling general election now amid Covid-19 pandemic.
Ms Serene Tiong has initiated a move to sue the executive director of HC Surgical Specialists (HCSS), Dr Heah Sieu Min, over the purchase of a further stake in surgeon Julian Ong's private clinic.
While benefits include competition and innovation, digital banking also increases organisations' risk by enabling new forms of banking fraud.
Lawyer and opposition party chief Lim Tean is facing two pending bankruptcy claims totalling about $1.45 million.
A 53-year-old former lawyer claimed trial on Monday (June 22) after he allegedly molested his teenage stepdaughter between August and December 2017. The girl was 13 years old at the time.
To be licensed by MOM, they must fulfil conditions like considering S'poreans fairly.
Clarence Teo Shun Jie admitted yesterday to two more assault charges involving his then girlfriend, Ms Rachel Lim En Hui. He was convicted in March of attacking her, causing multiple facial fractures, in 2017.
Among other things, Mr Rouch-Sirech alleges NParks failed to have a proper and adequate system to assess and inspect the tree.
The landlord-tenant relationship has been thrust under the glaring spotlight recently due to the Covid-19 crisis.
From June 20, leases or rental agreements for commercial equipment or commercial vehicles will be covered by laws that provide temporary relief where contractual obligations cannot be fulfilled due to Covid-19: MinLaw
The SMC's Interim Orders Committee has ordered that the registration of Julian Ong as a medical practitioner be made conditional for a period of 18 months from June 18.
Tan Wee Beng, director of Wee Tiong (S) Pte Ltd, was placed on the FBI’s Most Wanted List in 2018 for allegedly violating international laws by doing business with North Korean entities.
More privatisations, special situation transactions could take place in second half of the year.
Under the preliminary guidelines released by the Elections Department, physical campaigning will be restricted and subject to safe distancing.
Miya Manik, a 31-year-old Bangladeshi national, was originally accused of slashing syndicate leader Munshi Abdur Rahim's leg with a chopper during a clash between two groups vying for control over a field near a dormitory.
Many tout lower or zero commission, but not all are authorised or licensed to operate in Singapore.
Judge awards $10,000 in damages to former franchisee for injury to business reputation.
Justice Aedit Abdullah yesterday found the call on the bond by Hyflux to be bona fide, and ordered the injunction placed on it then, by Hyflux sub-contractor Sulzer Pumps Spain, to be discharged.
Bank, owed about US$50m, is also seeking to oust oil trader's management.
The number of people allowed in open court hearings may also be restricted to comply with safe distancing measures.
Owner of Asia's 'Fort Knox' has filed a lawsuit against a group of businessmen who agreed to buy it for S$83.3m.
The bank says it does not have to pay, claims 'serious doubts' about Hin Leong's paperwork.
Left with slight limp and speech impediment, he is seeking unspecified damages in trial.
KrisEnergy is now taking advice from its legal advisers on its next steps.
Business service firms Data Register and its associated company, Singapore Data Register, were fined a total of $4,500. They were guilty of failing to have their office open to the public on three days in 2018.
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It is discussing rules on air-con, ventilation with industry experts in the light of pandemic.
While the ITF says the ban on seafarers carrying out lashing is driven by safety concerns, the container ship operators believe it is all about increasing the power of the dockers' unions.
The operator of pet hotel Platinium Dogs Club was charged yesterday with animal abuse and other offences involving 10 dogs.
Girl adopted by foster parents; such adoptions uncommon in S'pore - fewer than 10 a year.
The courts are indeed working on allowing litigants in person to use the e-litigation system. This is a work in progress as it requires redesigning the system to cater to direct access by laypersons instead of lawyers or trained staff.
The fifth and final man in a case involving the unlawful dissemination of photographs showing a fatal Bionix accident was sentenced to six months' probation yesterday.
This will ensure certainty and peace of mind for tenants and financially strapped landlords.
A woman is taking a doctor to court in a case believed to be the first here of a person suing another for allegedly promising they would have an exclusive relationship when he had no intention of keeping his word.
By making a will, a person can express his or her wishes, ranging from equitable asset distribution to honouring relationships with family members and friends, or charities.
The Covid-19 law stops the strict enforcement of contractual rights that could damage the economy.
Deputy Public Prosecutor Goh Yi Ling said the man's high risk of re-offending and factors such as his "clear pattern of sexual deviation" underscored the need to impose the lengthiest jail term possible.
Singapore law firm and Eversheds Sutherland say parting is amicable; move comes after review mechanism at 3-year mark.
Alleged offences by 2 former staff of crude oil products supplier led to $12.5 million in losses.
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What research shows about whether the 'quality' of a lawyer - measured by factors such as years of experience - affects performance in court.
He gets four weeks in jail after reversing bid to contest charges for acts against then colleague.