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StanChart robbery suspect files appeal against extradition from UK to Singapore

StanChart robbery suspect files appeal against extradition from UK to Singapore

Canadian David James Roach, 28, filed an appeal on Oct 31 against the extradition decision, a spokesman for Britain's Home Office told The Straits Times on Wednesday (Nov 7). 

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M Development wins claim against ex-director, 2 family members for breaching fiduciary duties

M Development wins claim against ex-director, 2 family members for breaching fiduciary duties

Investment holding firm M Development on Wednesday (Nov 7) said it has been successful in its claim against defendants in the litigation commenced by its subsidiary, Winsta Holding, in the Singapore High Court.

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PM stresses need to update religious harmony laws

PM stresses need to update religious harmony laws

This is to deal with new threats; he says religious leaders have key role.

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Briton's jail term doubled for assault in MRT station

Briton's jail term doubled for assault in MRT station

The High Court has doubled the sentence imposed on a Briton for breaking a man's nose during an altercation in an MRT station, a ruling underscoring the seriousness of public order offences in crowded places.

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Examining the enforceability of restraint of trade clauses

In Powerdrive Pte Ltd v Loh Kin Yong Philip and others [2018] SGHC 224, the Court found the scope of the ROT clause unreasonably wide and struck out the claim against 5 former employees and their new employer.

Can a witness give testimony by video link from overseas to avoid potential prosecution in Singapore?

In Anil Singh Gurm v J S Yeh & Co and another [2018] SGHC 221, the Court held that the fear of prosecution alone is not sufficient to dispense with having the witness attend in person.

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