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Archive: March 2018

Can an administrative task of extracting a judgment count as a step forward in court proceedings? Or does it merely let the proceedings stand still? Read this article to avoid getting killed by the “drop dead” rule. Introduction Law firms acting for

In the first judgment under Singapore’s new “super priority” “debtor in possession” (DIP) financing regime, the Singapore High Court (Court) declined to grant priority status to funds to be advanced to the Attilan Group. The Singapore regime is the first to

From FY2015 to FY2017, Singapore Exchange’s (SGX) Disciplinary Committee (DC) has heard charges against eight Trading Representatives

On 31 March 2017, the Trustees (Amendment) Act 2017 (“TAA 2017”) took effect. The TAA 2017 makes it easier for lawyers to obtain information for compliance with existing customer due-diligence measures under the Legal Profession Act. The availability of information

At the start of this year, the Law Society, under the leadership of President Gregory

Part I: The Rise and Rise of LinkedIn – How to Catch the Wave? In this two-part series on using

Winners for 2017 We are pleased to announce that the annual Law Gazette awards for 2017

Articles From This Month's Issue

Can an administrative task of extracting a judgment count as a step forward in court proceedings? Or does it merely let the

In the first judgment under Singapore’s new “super priority” “debtor in possession” (DIP) financing regime, the Singapore High Court (Court) declined to

From FY2015 to FY2017, Singapore Exchange’s (SGX) Disciplinary Committee (DC) has heard charges against eight Trading Representatives

On 31 March 2017, the Trustees (Amendment) Act 2017 (“TAA 2017”) took effect. The TAA 2017 makes it easier for lawyers to

This was the welcome speech made by the President at the Law Society’s inaugural celebration of International Women’s Day on 7 March

The Law Society has formed a taskforce to examine women-in-the-workplace issues in a move to address inequities still present in the legal

At the start of this year, the Law Society, under the leadership of President Gregory Vijayendran, set up the Women In Practice

Interview with Kuah Boon Theng, SC International Women’s Day falls in March and this month we are pleased to celebrate with one of

In 2017 the High Court and Court of Appeal of England and Wales handed down judgment in a number of important cases

Part I: The Rise and Rise of LinkedIn – How to Catch the Wave? In this two-part series on using LinkedIn as a business development tool, we

Your Reporting Obligations An obligation to make a suspicious transaction report in certain circumstances is imposed by various statutes: The Corruption, Drug

Dear Amicus Agony, I am a first-year associate in a small team. On average, I work six days a week and clock approximately

Winners for 2017 We are pleased to announce that the annual Law Gazette awards for 2017 went to the following: Alvin Chen of

In its early years, arbitration was envisaged as a fast, private and cost-effective method of resolving disputes that would provide due process

“I had a client who married when she was still a minor. She had tried to be a good wife and mother

The articles above are from the March 2018 issue of the Law Gazette.