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Liberty Sky Investments Ltd v Goh Seng Heng and another [2019] SGHC 40

Credit and Security – Guarantees and indemnity

Shepherdson, Terence Christopher v Singapore Recreation Club [2019] SGHCR 5

Unincorporated Associations and Trade Unions — Friendly Societies

Qroi Ltd v Pascoe, Ian and another [2019] SGHC 36

Civil Procedure – Striking out
Should drug trafficker be given harsher penalty as reoffender before serving sentence, lawyer asks

Should drug trafficker be given harsher penalty as reoffender before serving sentence, lawyer asks

Yuen’s lawyer, Mr Eugene Thuraisingam, filed a criminal motion on Friday (Feb 22) for the apex court to determine several questions of law that would be of public interest.

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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.

US court extends restraining order against Brochez

US court extends restraining order against Brochez

There was also good cause for the extension because the Singapore Government "had demonstrated a likelihood of success on the merits of its claims which (Brochez) had not yet answered", said the judge.

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Supply Bill (Bill 8 of 2019)

Introduced: 26 Feb 2019

Legal issues in AI deployment

The ensuring discussion is also relevant when an organisation undertakes the deployment of AI technology through its in-house IT department.

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[MYR] Foreign Direct Investments (FDIs) in Myanmar: 2018 Overview

FDIs in Myanmar rose by close to 45% to an estimated value of USD 4bn. Strong investments from the ASEAN region pushed this increase.

MAS revises AML/CFT requirements for money-changing and remittance businesses

This follows a public consultation conducted by MAS from 16 Jan to 12 Feb 2018 to propose measures to enhance the mitigation of risks in the sector.

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