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Archive: February 2019

A Shift from the “Shareholder Primacy” Model to the “Enlightened Shareholder Value” Model? This article looks at the recent amendments to the Singapore Code of Corporate Governance with respect to the new requirement for the boards of Singapore-listed companies to consider

The object of this article is to discuss the legal issues faced by companies when they embark on incorporating artificial intelligence (AI) technology into their work processes or to power functions in their products or services. To facilitate discussion of

In PP v Gobi a/l Avedian [2018] SGCA 72, the Singapore Court of Appeal reversed the trial judge’s decision, finding that the accused had not rebutted the presumption of knowledge under s 18(2) of the Misuse of Drugs Act. In doing so,

The use of artificial intelligence software to identify possible items of concern in legal documents

Introduction In a recent Ohio lawyer disciplinary case, two lawyers from different law firms, who

Hybrid Skillsets and Non-Traditional Jobs Roles Competencies expected of legal professionals are being recast on account

Articles From This Month's Issue

A Shift from the “Shareholder Primacy” Model to the “Enlightened Shareholder Value” Model? This article looks at the recent amendments to the Singapore

The object of this article is to discuss the legal issues faced by companies when they embark on incorporating artificial intelligence (AI)

In PP v Gobi a/l Avedian [2018] SGCA 72, the Singapore Court of Appeal reversed the trial judge’s decision, finding that the accused had

As we celebrated our 14th wedding anniversary last month, I wrote spontaneously on the anniversary card to the Wife: “Let us really

The Family Bar has come under an astonishing assault due to an e-petition launched by anonymous keyboard warriors. The originators have refused

Dear Members, As Council, Committees and Secretariat busy ourselves with the 2019 workplans and budget, we are all aligned to the common objective

The use of artificial intelligence software to identify possible items of concern in legal documents is well established. However, the real possibilities

Introduction In a recent Ohio lawyer disciplinary case, two lawyers from different law firms, who were involved in a personal relationship but

Hybrid Skillsets and Non-Traditional Jobs Roles Competencies expected of legal professionals are being recast on account of technological innovation, changing demographics, varying working

The State Courts and Family Justice Courts Committee (SCFJCC) of the Law Society of Singapore, which co-ordinates the work of the relevant

With the rise of emerging economies in Asia, such as ASEAN, China and India, there are substantial growth opportunities in the region.

Some say that food memories are the most powerful of memories, evoking nostalgia and bringing you back to a specific moment in

he tragic news on young Grace Millane’s alleged murder while solo travelling in New Zealand shook the world. The fact that she

Dear Amicus Agony, I am in love and I do not know what to do. I am very smitten towards this girl who

The articles above are from the February 2019 issue of the Law Gazette.