This article will discuss the main changes introduced by the Moneylenders Amendment Act 2018.
2018 saw a significant number of milestones in corporate and commercial legislation. There were further important developments in the fintech space.
This article provides a summary of the key changes to the 2018 Guide.
In Re Aathar Ah Kong Andrew  SGHC 227, the SHC held that it did not have the power to grant an extension of the interim stay order.
The author is responding to the call to study the careers of advocates, and has done so by compiling data on appearances before the High Court and Court of Appeal as lead counsel.
BMSMA 2017 was passed in Parliament on 11 September 2017 and received the President’s Assent on 3 October 2017.
MAS is now proposing to switch the exemption regime from a case-by-case approval to a post-fact notification approach.
Swissbourgh Diamond Mines (Pty) Limited and others v Kingdom of Lesotho  SGCA 81 was the first time the Singapore courts allowed an application to set aside an investor-State arbitration award on the merits.
CA by a 2:1 majority allows appeal against HC conviction of drug trafficking and abetment charges.
It was held that the average consumer of the services in Singapore could not fail to be informed immediately by its use of the intended purpose and nature of the particular financial services.
The Bill, once passed, represents a significant milestone in consolidating, streamlining and modernising existing payments legislation as part of Singapore's payments roadmap to 2020.
This article discusses the novel issues raised by United Overseas Bank Ltd v Lippo Marina Collection Pte Ltd  4 SLR 391.
In BTY v BUA and other matters  SGHC 213, the issue was whether or not the matter should proceed to litigation or arbitration.
This article discusses the benefits of using international arbitration as a dispute resolution mechanism and third-party portfolio funding to cover costs of international arbitration.
CA allows the AG to intervene on public interest privilege; grants extension of time for the CIT to request for further arguments and to admit further evidence to the HC.
This article traces the introduction of third-party legislation in Singapore and HK, followed by an assessment of the status quo.
For some time, practitioners would have seen news alerts headlining that 3P funding is permitted in Singapore and HK for arbitration and arbitration-related Court proceedings.
CA dismisses appeal by the appellant against HC decision to award the respondent damages for the appellant’s breach of various terms under a settlement agreement.
CA affirms HC decision to set aside the trust deed for misrepresentation, mistake, undue influence and unconscionability.
The lawyer was struck off the roll by the Court of Three Judges on the basis of his conviction for providing false information to IRAS.