CA orders that the pool of matrimonial assets to be divided between the parties to be reduced from $38m to $35m.
In MCST v Lian Tat Huat Trading Pte Ltd  SGHC 270, the SHC held that the MC has to prove its loss suffered in Court in order to recover damages.
As part of efforts to keep healthcare costs sustainable, the Singapore MOH has on 13 Nov 2018 introduced fee benchmarks for surgeon fees at private hospitals and clinics.
In Catlin Syndicate v Weyerhaeuser Company, the English High Court found granted the claimant insurer an anti-suit injunction to restrain a non-EU defendant insured from breaching a contractually agreed arbitration clause.
SICC holds that the first plaintiff had the ability to fund a joint venture company.
SGCA held that initial innocent possession is not a requirement for a conviction under s 403 of the Penal Code for dishonest misappropriation.
SGCA found that the freight forwarder which imported counterfeit goods was not liable for trade mark infringement.
This article highlights the key changes which came into force on 30 Nov 2018.
The key changes are intended to reflect the Telecommunications Act amendments introduced in 2017, as well as to keep pace with market and technology developments.
The consultation paper seeks views on four possible measures, which are not mutually exclusive, towards pre-packaged SSBs.
SGX RegCo’s main concern is how the issuer safeguards its own interest and that of its shareholders when it conducts an ICO.
The Guide provides general guidance on the application of the securities laws in relation to offers or issues of digital tokens in Singapore.
The document sets out 14 principles for firms to consider when assessing existing or developing new internal frameworks to govern the use of AI and data analytics.
In Mukherjee Amitava v DyStar Global Holdings (Singapore) Pte Ltd & Ors  SGCA 57, the Court held that a director has an almost-presumptive right to inspect the company documents to the extent these fall within the ambit of s199 of the Companies Act.
This article highlights the key features of the consultation, which closed on 28 Dec 2018. the scope includes the responsibilities and independence of issue managers.
This update sets out the key feautures of the Interim Rules which came into force on 1 Jan 2019.
This article discusses some of the key changes to the Code, and the corporate governance advisory committee which the MAS expects to establish by the end of this year.
An issue may arise if a significant period of time has elapsed between the date on which the debt was payable and the date that a claim is made to recover the said debt from the Estate.
The writer seeks to find a balance between mitigating enterprise failure risk and financial loss to the public consumer with reasonable protection to the consumer.
MAS issued its response on 10 Sep. This article highlights some key points raised in the Response.