This article looks at the use of such an injunction in the UK caselaw and whether it can be deployed in Singapore courts.
The SCA in Geok Hong Co Pte Ltd v Koh Ai Gek  SGCA 15 reversed the decision of the High Court that a property registered in the name of a family-owned company was held on trust for one of the sons of the founder by way of a common intention constructive trust and proprietary estoppel.
In Oversea-Chinese Banking Corp Ltd v Yeo Hui Keng (Tan Peng Chin LLC, third party)  SGHC 45, the SHC ruled against a party seeking to invalidate an “all-moneys” mortgage between her and the bank via the doctrine of non est factum
In Glaziers Engineering Pte Ltd v WCS Engineering Construction Pte Ltd  SGCA 66, the SCA explained in detail the natural justice principle that parties are entitled to a fair hearing in the context of Adjudication under the SOPA.
The CCCS cleared the proposed US$7 bn acquisition by Gebr. Knauf KG of USG Corporation as it would unlikely lead to a substantial lessening of competition within the relevant markets in Singapore.
In Sun Travels & Tours Pvt Ltd v Hilton International Manage (Maldives) Pvt Ltd  SGCA 10, the CA clarified that an anti-enforcement injunction is a relief that will only be granted in exceptional circumstances..
One common way in which a brand might be regarded as a "legal fake" is when the "fake" brand obtains a trade mark registration in a market where the original has yet to expand into or obtain trade mark registrations in.
This short article examines those observations and concludes that the SGCA may have set too high a threshold for rebutting the the presumption of knowledge under s 18(2) of the MDA.
The Registrar found that the Application Mark is more dissimilar than similar to each of the Opponent’s earlier marks.
This case update discusses 3 recent SHC cases concerning the absence of an EOT clause, estoppel under SOPA and performance bonds.
In Re Fan Kow Hin, the SHC held that funding agreements that have the effect of assigning and selling a proportion of the benefits or proceeds of insolvency claw-back claims are permissible in the context of bankruptcies.
In PP v Elger Kua Meng Tern  SGMC 5, the accused pleaded guilty to using his office premises as a common gaming house, and for providing a Singapore-based remote gambling service.
In Vinmar Overseas (Singapore) Pte Ltd v PTT International Trading Pte Ltd  2 SLR 1271, the SCA overruled at least four of its own previous judgments given over 20 years.
In IM Skaugen SE and another v MAN Diesel & Turbo SE and another  SGHC 123, the SHC held that the availability of the SICC favoured Singapore as the more appropriate forum to hear the dispute.
In BAZ v BBA and others  SGHC 275, the SHC set aside an award against the minors, noting that it would violate the protection given to minors in contractual relationships under Singapore law.
In Re Singapore Health Services Pte Ltd & Ors  SGPDPC 3, the Commissioner ruled that SingHealth and IHiS failed to protect the personal data of individuals, in violation of s24 of the PDPA.
2018 saw many advancements in the areas of International Arbitration, Construction & Projects. In this Update, we look at some of the noteworthy ones.
This article surveys the recent Supreme Court judgments with regard to the analytical framework for sentencing.
The Opponent failed to prove that the mark was similar and that consumers would be confused.
CA holds that a judgment creditor does not become a secured creditor by virtue of having served a garnishee order nisi on a garnishee before a judgment debtor is placed under winding up.