This article examines recent lawyer disciplinary decisions in Singapore and England that have applied their respective criminal standards of recklessness to the prohibited conduct of misleading the Court. It also analyses the practical implications of the new test of recklessness
The Accredited Investor scheme in Singapore has come under scrutiny in recent months following highly publicised payment defaults by several prominent bond issuers.
Content marketing has been important for law firms in winning new clients, keeping in touch with existing ones, and generating a presence in the market. With increased competition from international and local lawyers and a growing pressure for law firms
The Tech Start for Law (“TSL”) program, launched on 1 March 2017, is a joint initiative by Law Society, Ministry of Law and SPRING Singapore. It provides funding support of 70% of the first-year cost of adopting technology products for
We are saddened by the demise of our Percy Cyril Sirisena Mendis. Percy departed earlier this year on 26 March 2017.
With the rising numbers of divorce, the Courts have increasingly become a critical point of interaction and intervention for families and individuals. Parties are however expected to transition out of the legal system once proceedings have concluded and move on