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TOC editor and alleged contributor charged

TOC editor and alleged contributor charged

Xu, 36, and Daniel Augustin De Costa, 35, were each charged with one count of criminal defamation.

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S'pore law firm opens South Korea practice

S'pore law firm opens South Korea practice

Office will advise South Korean companies here and handle Korea-related legal matters.

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MCSTs can turn to Strata Titles Board for help: Forum

MCSTs can turn to Strata Titles Board for help: Forum

The Building Maintenance and Strata Management Act provides a legislative framework which empowers the management corporations (MCSTs) to manage their own estates.

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Five judges' terms to be extended

Five judges' terms to be extended

S'pore's 1st female Judge of Appeal, 4 High Court judges to serve longer.

Singapore acts to stop unilateral third-party arbitration amid spat

Singapore acts to stop unilateral third-party arbitration amid spat

It has filed a UN declaration in NY amid an ongoing maritime boundary dispute with KL over territorial waters off Tuas.

Ex-OCBC dealer allegedly made unlawful trades that caused losses

Ex-OCBC dealer allegedly made unlawful trades that caused losses

He pleaded guilty to the charges but is now disputing the amount of losses that the bank had suffered.

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ADV: Executive Director, Singapore Mediation Centre

ADV: Executive Director, Singapore Mediation Centre

We are looking for a transformational leader who will lead SMC to support the growth of Singapore as the mediation hub of Asia.

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Teen who killed Anthony Ler's wife gets clemency after 17 years in jail

Teen who killed Anthony Ler's wife gets clemency after 17 years in jail

Now 32-year-old's release subject to conditions such as curfew hours and electronic monitoring.

Ex-church leader convicted of attempt to leave S'pore illegally

Ex-church leader convicted of attempt to leave S'pore illegally

Chew admitted during investigations that he wanted to leave Singapore as he "felt injustice for (his) High Court case", DPPs Christopher Ong and Eugene Sng had stated earlier.

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TOC editor one of two men to be charged with criminal defamation

TOC editor one of two men to be charged with criminal defamation

He will be charged with criminal defamation for publishing the article, which referenced the meeting between Tun Dr Mahathir and Thum Ping Tjin, Kirsten Han, Sonny Liew and Jolovan Wham.

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ADV: Security of Payment (Amendment) Act 2018: Making sense of the changes

ADV: Security of Payment (Amendment) Act 2018: Making sense of the changes

Join our Senior Accredited Specialists as they discuss the amendments and the impact on the payment and adjudication process.

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Singapore 'encouraged' by Malaysia's statement that it will de-escalate situation in maritime dispute

Singapore 'encouraged' by Malaysia's statement that it will de-escalate situation in maritime dispute

The MFA statement revealed that on Dec 7, Minister K. Shanmugam and AG Lucien Wong met Malaysian AG Tommy Thomas to discuss the issues, along with other matters.

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ADV: Seize your advantage

Stay ahead with the Singapore White Book 2019. 

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Condo management has no power to make by-law: Judge

Condo management has no power to make by-law: Judge

He says MC of building thus cannot decide on amount of damages that unit owner must pay.

Changes to law on criminal detention without trial to kick in next year

Changes to law on criminal detention without trial to kick in next year

Prescribed list of criminal offences will be spelt out, ministry says.

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Malaysia says it will take steps to de-escalate situation

Malaysia says it will take steps to de-escalate situation

Singapore encouraged by this, reiterates call for KL to revert to status quo prior to Oct 25.

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Appeal in scammer's case leads to new sentencing structure

Appeal in scammer's case leads to new sentencing structure

Judge factored into the new sentencing framework, among other things, the severe harm levels involved.

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Silkroad Nickel slapped with writ of summons over reverse takeover fees

Silkroad Nickel slapped with writ of summons over reverse takeover fees

The four plaintiffs are seeking, among others, for Far East Mining to transfer "a certain amount of the shares" that it holds in Silkroad Nickel as consideration for "introducer fees" in connection with the reverse takeover.

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Legal action to be taken over ‘egregious’ lapses found in Spize’s River Valley branch

Legal action to be taken over ‘egregious’ lapses found in Spize’s River Valley branch

The NEA, MOH and AVA said in a joint statement on Friday that there was strong evidence of severe contamination from poor hygiene and food handling practices.

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Malaysia will resolve disputes based on law, says Mahathir

Malaysia will resolve disputes based on law, says Mahathir

A lot of people announce their borders off and on, and that causes a lot of disputes, so we will settle the disputes based on legal provisions and our rights: Dr Mahathir

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