This article considers the new normal of online payment transactions and the guidelines applicable to the situation of a fraudulent transaction. How effective are they at protecting consumers? Are there concerns that need to be addressed? Electronic Payment as the New
Disclosure of Unused Material, and Calling of Witnesses at Trial (Part I) This two-part article examines two aspects intimately related to a prosecutor’s role as a Minister of Justice – the Prosecution’s duty to disclose unused material, and its discretion to
Going the Extra Mile In today’s increasingly competitive market for legal services, it is no longer sufficient for lawyers to handle clients’ instructions in a professional and timely manner. Law firms need to go the extra mile by providing “value-added” services.
People often fear what they do not understand. Indeed, legal-tech has been met with much hesitation - after all, its underlying technology and software are concepts unfamiliar to many lawyers. Many tend to view legal-tech as an abstract concept that
by Ajinderpal Singh (Author), Adriel Chioh Wen Qiang (Author), Alexander Lee Wei (Author) The Insolvency, Restructuring and Dissolution Act (IRDA), which came into force on 30 July 2020, amended and consolidated the written laws governing corporate insolvency and bankruptcy in Singapore
Building on the themes covered in two previous Law Gazette articles The Junior Counsel Survival Guide (August 2020) and Called During COVID – Thriving and Staying Relevant (August 2020), this article supplements with tips and pointers for the Young Lawyer