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Family Justice Courts is studying ways to get parents to comply with access orders to children

Family Justice Courts is studying ways to get parents to comply with access orders to children

Lawyers say new measures are critically needed as up to eight in 10 divorce cases they handle involve parents facing problems with seeing their children.

High Court dismisses blogger's bid to strike out PM's libel suit

High Court dismisses blogger's bid to strike out PM's libel suit

Judge also struck out his counterclaim against the PM which argued that the libel suit is an abuse of the court process.

KL may seek international arbitration on water agreement, says minister

KL may seek international arbitration on water agreement, says minister

Malaysian Foreign Minister disagreed with Singapore's position that Malaysia lost the right to review the 1962 Water Agreement after it chose not to do so in 1987.

Guilty plea 'can be retracted during mitigation'

Guilty plea 'can be retracted during mitigation'

An accused person who has pleaded guilty can change his mind during mitigation without having to give valid and sufficient reasons for doing an about-turn, as long as the court is satisfied that there is no abuse of process.

$7m house legally belongs to firm, not buyer's son: Top court

$7m house legally belongs to firm, not buyer's son: Top court

Family of the late Tan Tiong Luu had failed to rebut the presumption that the company, as legal owner of the property, was also the beneficial owner: Court of Appeal

CJ: Restitution can weigh in favour of another offender

CJ: Restitution can weigh in favour of another offender

It also goes into reducing economic harm suffered by victim, Chief Justice says.

Legaltech and the law: How tech will change the practice

Legaltech and the law: How tech will change the practice

Will technology transform the legal sector? It's arguable.

CGH found guilty of negligence in cancer diagnosis

CGH found guilty of negligence in cancer diagnosis

Court ticks off hospital for serious inadequacies in procedures, and advises amicable settlement.

How will the judge decide? Law firms look to big data

How will the judge decide? Law firms look to big data

Legal experts and computer scientists are developing tools they believe will give lawyers an edge by data-mining past decisions to predict judicial outcomes.

UKM v Attorney-General [2018] SGHCF 18

UKM v Attorney-General [2018] SGHCF 18

Family Law — Adoption

Family Law — Adoption
Evan Lim Industrial / Warehousing Development Pte Ltd v MWA Capital Pte Ltd and another [2018] SGCA 76

Evan Lim Industrial / Warehousing Development Pte Ltd v MWA Capital Pte Ltd and another [2018] SGCA 76

Credit and Security — Money and moneylenders

Credit and Security — Money and moneylenders
Re Nalpon, Zero Geraldo Mario [2018] SGCA 71

Re Nalpon, Zero Geraldo Mario [2018] SGCA 71

Administrative Law — Judicial review
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
Teng Wen-Chung v EFG Bank AG, Singapore Branch [2018] SGCA 60

Teng Wen-Chung v EFG Bank AG, Singapore Branch [2018] SGCA 60

Contract — Illegality and Public Policy
NTUC Foodfare Co-operative Ltd v SIA Engineering Co Ltd and another [2018] SGCA 56

NTUC Foodfare Co-operative Ltd v SIA Engineering Co Ltd and another [2018] SGCA 56

Civil Procedure – Offer to settle

Civil Procedure – Offer to settle
A Karthik v Public Prosecutor [2018] SGHC 202

A Karthik v Public Prosecutor [2018] SGHC 202

Criminal Procedure and Sentencing – Sentencing
Sukla Lalatendu v Public Prosecutor and another matter [2018] SGHC 189

Sukla Lalatendu v Public Prosecutor and another matter [2018] SGHC 189

Criminal Procedure and Sentencing — Appeal

Criminal Procedure and Sentencing — Appeal
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