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Archive: September 2020

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 [2020] 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 [2020] 1 SLR 456 This article examines the Singapore Court of Appeal’s decision in BNA v BNB and BNC [2020] 1 SLR 456 released on 27 December 2019

Late last week, I had some contemplative thoughts as I went to my optometrist for

Earlier this week, an old friend's mother died after succumbing to dengue at the age

When the circuit breaker measures came along in April 2020 and threw the whole of

Articles From This Month's Issue

This article examines salient aspects of a recent UK decision on the use of a novel automated facial recognition technology by the

In a significant decision by the Court of Appeal in I-Admin (Singapore) Pte Ltd v Hong Ying Ting and others [2020] SGCA

Examining the Singapore Court of Appeal’s Decision in BNA v BNB and BNC [2020] 1 SLR 456 This article examines the Singapore Court

Closing Remarks in Family Conference 2020 (15 September 2020) Good Evening, Honoured Guests and Distinguished Delegates of the Family Conference 2020, Ladies and

Introduction Virtual hearings are increasingly becoming the norm with the onslaught of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020. Any prior aversion to the use

These days, competition is too stiff for law firms not to seek out every advantage that will help them more effectively win

Late last week, I had some contemplative thoughts as I went to my optometrist for my usual eye checkup. As I was

Earlier this week, an old friend's mother died after succumbing to dengue at the age of 82. My wife's auntie passed away peacefully in

More than 77% of lawyers prefer to have mediations conducted in-person and less than 2% would have mediations conducted in a mixed-mode

Navigating the Intricacies of Witness Preparation “A witness, upon hearing the answer of another witness (or observing the other witness’s reaction to the

by Warren Chik, Saw Cheng Lim This 480-page inaugural edition is a very thorough and meticulous analysis into the evolving subject of Information

When the circuit breaker measures came along in April 2020 and threw the whole of Singapore into a “lockdown”, we all found

Annabel was born in 1948 - at home – after our father cycled from her parents' home in Upper Serangoon to Geylang,

The Law Society’s purposes include, inter alia, maintaining and improving the standard of conduct and learning of the legal profession in Singapore,

The articles above are from the September 2020 issue of the Law Gazette.