Close

RESULTS

Legal giant Rajah & Tann Asia launches digital unit

Legal giant Rajah & Tann Asia launches digital unit

New company harnesses AI-driven technology to deliver legal services digitally.

A future-ready justice system for Singapore

A future-ready justice system for Singapore

The proposed introduction of litigation scale costs may hurt Republic's standing as a global litigation hub.

Singapore courts stick to rule of law: Chief Justice Sundaresh Menon

Singapore courts stick to rule of law: Chief Justice Sundaresh Menon

He details Singapore judiciary's position on constitutional challenges at US law lecture.

Lawyers raise concerns over move to cut fees

Lawyers raise concerns over move to cut fees

They discuss proposals with Law Minister Shanmugam.

Upgraded FTA offers S'pore firms greater access to China

Upgraded FTA offers S'pore firms greater access to China

S'pore also agrees to open environmental sector, among others, to Chinese firms.

Non-lawyers can now boost legal knowledge for work

Non-lawyers can now boost legal knowledge for work

NUS Law Academy caters to lawyers, other professionals to aid them in their industries.

Judicial activism, Singapore style

Judicial activism, Singapore style

The Government and judiciary are driving innovation and change in the legal services sector.

3 key trends will change how law is practised: CJ

3 key trends will change how law is practised: CJ

Reforms needed in view of globalisation, technology and commercialisation, he says.

Shaking up law schools and firms

Shaking up law schools and firms

While vested interests and other factors may slow the pace of change, there is a need to act now.

Top court rejects bid to recuse judge

Top court rejects bid to recuse judge

It warns of serious consequences for claims of judicial bias that are made without merit.

Review needed for sentencing of workplace safety breaches

Review needed for sentencing of workplace safety breaches

Sentences imposed in past cases did not sufficiently deter people from breaching workplace safety rules: Justice Chan Seng Onn

A significant step for enforcement of money judgments in commercial cases between Singapore and China

A significant step for enforcement of money judgments in commercial cases between Singapore and China

The MOG stipulates that the courts of the PRC will not review the merits of a Singapore judgment and it may only be challenged on limited grounds of procedural and jurisdictional issues.

Re Nalpon, Zero Geraldo Mario [2018] SGCA 71

Re Nalpon, Zero Geraldo Mario [2018] SGCA 71

Administrative Law — Judicial review
'Pain' damages should not be among marital assets: Judge

'Pain' damages should not be among marital assets: Judge

The proportion of the compensation corresponding to special damages and past loss of earnings should be included in the pool.

Fixed legal costs proposed for civil cases

Fixed legal costs proposed for civil cases

Idea among suggestions by panel tasked to find ways to simplify litigation process.

Changes to boost access to civil justice proposed

Changes to boost access to civil justice proposed

Public to be consulted on moves to transform system, like judges playing more active role.

Glaziers Engineering Pte Ltd v WCS Engineering Construction Pte Ltd [2018] SGCA 66

Glaziers Engineering Pte Ltd v WCS Engineering Construction Pte Ltd [2018] SGCA 66

Building and construction law — Dispute resolution
Advertise here!

Terms Of Use Copyright 2018 by Singapore Academy of Law
Back To Top