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Singapore extends its own port limits and says it will act firmly if Malaysian vessels continue to intrude

Singapore extends its own port limits and says it will act firmly if Malaysian vessels continue to intrude

Singapore had also decided to expand its own port limits in response to Malaysia's action, he said, but only within its own area.

Noble may seek court-appointed administration in Britain after Singapore authorities block relisting: board reiterates

Noble may seek court-appointed administration in Britain after Singapore authorities block relisting: board reiterates

MAS and SGX barred the relisting of New Noble just two weeks after the Singapore police, the MAS and the Acra jointly announced that they were looking into suspected offences by Noble and a key subsidiary.

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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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Article on PM not shared maliciously, says blogger

Article on PM not shared maliciously, says blogger

Financial adviser and blogger Leong Sze Hian said he was "bewildered" to receive a letter of demand from Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong's lawyers.

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Doctors' fees: From guideline of charges to benchmarks

Doctors' fees: From guideline of charges to benchmarks

From 1987 to 2007, a guideline of fees was widely used by doctors and patients. In 2010, that guideline was deemed anti-competition. Yet this year, a schedule of fee benchmarks was issued. What has changed?

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Arbitration clause in shareholders’ agreement does not preclude Court proceedings for same relief under Articles

In BTY v BUA and other matters [2018] SGHC 213, the issue was whether or not the matter should proceed to litigation or arbitration. 

Mitigating the risks of subrogated claims by insurers

This article discusses the benefits of using international arbitration as a dispute resolution mechanism and third-party portfolio funding to cover costs of international arbitration.

Supreme Court Case Summary: ARW v Comptroller of Income Tax and another and another appeal [2018] SGCA 85

CA allows the AG to intervene on public interest privilege; grants extension of time for the CIT to request for further arguments and to admit further evidence to the HC.

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