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Patient lost part of scrotum to gangrene after doctor failed to examine him

Patient lost part of scrotum to gangrene after doctor failed to examine him

"This was serious negligence," said CJ Menon. "Dr Syamsul had failed to perform basic and elementary things that any competent doctor ought to have done."

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Lee Chen Seong Jeremy and others v Public Prosecutor [2019] SGHC 48

Criminal Procedure and Sentencing — Revision of proceedings
Govt beefing up laws to deal with online sexual predators

Govt beefing up laws to deal with online sexual predators

Speaking at the 4th Criminal Law Conference, Mr Tong focused on recent changes to criminal laws.

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NUH doctor fined $50,000 for sharing patient's info

NUH doctor fined $50,000 for sharing patient's info

Dr Soo Shuenn Chiang, director of the Neuroscience Clinic at the National University Hospital, gave confidential information about a patient's condition to her brother when he phoned the clinic posing as her husband in 2015.

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Upcoming amendments to the Employment Act

Some of the key amendments to the EA, which will take effect from 1 April 2019, are summarised below.

The phenomenon of ""legal fakes"": A supreme contradiction?

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.

ADV: Research positions at the NUS Centre for Banking & Finance Law

ADV: Research positions at the NUS Centre for Banking & Finance Law

Join us on a journey towards excellence in teaching and research.

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Disclosing client confidences to your spouse or significant other

Is it always permissible for a lawyer to disclose client information to a spouse or significant other so long as the client’s identity is not revealed?

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