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by Tan Boon Gin The back cover of The Law on Corruption in Singapore: Cases and Materials (2nd Edition) by Tan Boon Gin describes the book as one “written for both lawyers and lay persons”. My first port of call was

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

The learned author, Colin Liew, of Legal Professional Privilege (Singapore: Academy Publishing, 2020), threads the needle by putting together a comprehensive tome for practitioners needing guidance on the law of privilege from a dearth of local case authorities on the

By Professor Jeffrey Pinsler, SC Notions of fairness and equity are at the core of any functioning judicial system. To most, the touchstone of the extent to which this aspiration is met is assessed through the lenses of the outcomes of

by Warren Chik, Saw Cheng Lim This 480-page inaugural edition is a very thorough and meticulous analysis into the evolving subject of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Law. The law in this inaugural edition is stated to be as at May

by Joseph Chun and Lye Lin Heng So you want to change the world? There is no better time than now to reflect upon the impact a major catastrophic event like the COVID-19 pandemic can have on the world. This crisis

BURTON ONG & BENJAMIN WONG. Academy Publishing, 2019. (Not so) many years ago, when I had just embarked on the study of law, my first-year contract law professor impressed upon me (and many others) the importance of reading cases. Textbooks provide

“It’s Tuesday. You’re at your desk. The phone rings. It’s reception. A client wants to speak to a lawyer in your team. Your colleagues are in meetings and you’re the only one available to speak to the client. What do

General Views of the Publication This book is basically a guide to the law and procedures governing tribunals. It is plain reading and digestible by any person, whether he is a tribunal member, practitioner, layperson or researcher. Those responsible for the

a True Story by Tan Ooi Boon A law graduate, Ooi Boon is a law and crime specialist who covered the crime scene for the Straits Times for many years. This is his latest page-turner about a horrendous crime committed in