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The Prague Rules were drafted by lawyers with a Civil Law background and were officially introduced in December 2018. Their goal is not to override any existing arbitration or procedural rules but rather to provide parties with another choice of how

This article uses the recent UK case of Woodward v Phoenix Healthcare Distribution [2019] EWCA Civ 985 as a starting point to explore the issue of whether legal practitioners are obliged to point out their opponent’s errors as a matter

Singapore will have a new appellate division in the High Court. This is a historic development. Its rationale has largely been put on the basis that it has become necessary to address the rising number of cases reaching the Court

A snapshot of the amendments to the Employment Act that came into effect on 1 April 2019. Introduction 1 April 2019 was a watershed moment in the legal development of Singapore’s Employment Law. I personally saw our labour movement’s lobbying efforts in

Can an employer dismiss an employee for conduct which was the result of a mental condition or illness? Is mental impairment a form of disability for the purpose of employment law? Would such a dismissal be justified or wrongful amounting

Noor Azlin bte Adbul Rahman v Changi General Hospital Pte Ltd Medical negligence cases often involve much uncertainty and controversy. In Noor Azlin v Changi General Hospital, the High Court (HC) and the Court of Appeal (CA) dealt with important issues

The general purpose of awarding damages in personal injury cases is to compensate the victim, ie, to restore him to his pre-injury position.

The leniency regime in India has witnessed significant developments since the CCI issued its first decision in 2017. Over the last two years, the CCI has enabled enterprises and individuals to benefit from reduced penalties and has demonstrated its proactive

In an online dispute resolution platform for motor accident claims, how far will a solicitor’s equitable lien be stretched to protect his costs against insurers who settle with the solicitor’s client directly? Introduction Motor accidents are a fact of life. Victims feel

The decision of the High Court in Qroi Ltd v Pascoe, Ian and another [2019] SGHC 36 (Qroi), though short, was impactful. This article unpacks its significance and comes to the conclusion that the English Premier League really does not