This article examines salient aspects of a recent UK decision on the use of a novel automated facial recognition technology by the police and considers how they may shape or reshape discussions on the ethics of artificial intelligence.In the
In a significant decision by the Court of Appeal in I-Admin (Singapore) Pte Ltd v Hong Ying Ting and others  SGCA 32 (I-Admin), the well-established test for breach of confidence was modified to provide more robust protection to owners
Examining the Singapore Court of Appeal’s Decision in BNA v BNB and BNC  1 SLR 456 This article examines the Singapore Court of Appeal’s decision in BNA v BNB and BNC  1 SLR 456 released on 27 December 2019
As a newly called lawyer, the furthest question from your mind now is probably: “How do I want to be remembered within the legal profession?” But beginning your legal career with the end in mind is important, as there is
Celebration. Young lawyer, congratulations are in order for reaching this milestone that you have been working so hard for.You have gone through an extremely competitive selection process to get into this course of study, and to train in this profession. You
An Analysis of Barclays Bank v Various Claimants  UKSC 13 The doctrine of vicarious liability has undergone dramatic development in recent times and has been extended to scenarios quite different from that of employer-employee. The question is: will vicarious liability
This article seeks to unpack the Proportionality principle. It also elaborates on the various ways that the Proportionality principle serves as a golden thread in sentencing.
The tort of breach of confidence hitherto protected against a tortfeasor wrongfully gaining from the unauthorised use and/or disclosure of confidential information. With the recent decision of the Singapore Court of Appeal in I-Admin v Hong Ying Ting, the tort