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Archive: October 2019

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

Why Quantitative Skills Matter for Lawyers “Innumerable are the lawyers who explain that they picked law

In 2017, the Law Society of Singapore (LSS) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with

Law, as a profession, can be challenging, if not downright stressful - the job is

Articles From This Month's Issue

Noor Azlin bte Adbul Rahman v Changi General Hospital Pte Ltd Medical negligence cases often involve much uncertainty and controversy. In Noor Azlin

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

The leniency regime in India has witnessed significant developments since the CCI issued its first decision in 2017. Over the last two

This speech was made by the President at the official launch of the Law Society’s new premises at Maxwell Chambers Suites on

Dear Members, Singapore Mediation Convention The United Nations Convention on International Settlement Agreements Resulting from Mediation, or what is widely known as the Singapore

Dear Amicus Agony, When I first started practice, I had joined this law firm where I felt miserable the whole time. The boss

This article is based on a speech was delivered by Dinesh Dhillon, Partner, Allen & Gledhill LLP, at the Australian Bar Association

Why Quantitative Skills Matter for Lawyers “Innumerable are the lawyers who explain that they picked law over a technical field because they have

Respondek & Fan have reissued their Asia Arbitration Guide, first published in 2007. This is the sixth, expanded and revised edition of

The 3rd Edition of the Law on Carriage of Goods by Sea by Senior Judge Professor Tan Lee Meng is a much-awaited

Occupying the top floor of Marina Bay Financial Tower 1, LeVeL33 offers unparalleled views of the beautiful Marina Bay and overlooks some

The small, picturesque Austrian town of Hallstatt is rapidly becoming a popular holiday destination for Singaporeans and other tourists alike. Offering breathtaking

Amendments to the Legal Aid and Advice Act (Cap. 160) (LAAA) were made in November 2018. The significant amendments that were not

In 2017, the Law Society of Singapore (LSS) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Guangdong Lawyers Association (GLA) with the aim

Law, as a profession, can be challenging, if not downright stressful - the job is demanding, the hours are long, and the

Many Routes to Professional Excellence and Success It is well-known that the practice of criminal law is not the top choice for fresh

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