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Archive: December 2021

Dance as a metaphor connotes relationships between control and experimentation, order and improvisation, purpose and play. The Copyright Bill 2021 which was passed in September 2021, and is expected to come into force before the end of the year, is

The Challenging Case of Khan v Meadows The tort of negligence has evolved into a sophisticated and calibrated framework. Even then, aspects of this elaborate structure are constantly being tweaked and, sometimes, challenged. Most recently, in the UKSC decision of Khan

Standards of Proof in Criminal Proceedings and What They Mean for the Accused The recent cases of Parti Liyani v PP and PP v Yeo Sow Nam have thrown the spotlight on what it means to be acquitted. This article examines how

Dear Amicus Agony, I am a junior lawyer and do not enjoy certain aspects of my

Regulating Artificial Intelligence and the Limits of the Law Simon Chesterman In the movie world, Artificial Intelligence

At the time of writing, the COVID-19 restrictions continued to put a damper on the

Articles From This Month's Issue

Dance as a metaphor connotes relationships between control and experimentation, order and improvisation, purpose and play. The Copyright Bill 2021 which was

The Challenging Case of Khan v Meadows The tort of negligence has evolved into a sophisticated and calibrated framework. Even then, aspects of

Standards of Proof in Criminal Proceedings and What They Mean for the Accused The recent cases of Parti Liyani v PP and PP

Try a Little Kindness Introduction The chorus of an old country and western song in the 1970s first recorded by Glen Campbell goes: “You’ve got

Introduction On 9 October 2020, 21 of Singapore’s law firms endorsed the Law Society of Singapore’s Law Firm Pledge on Preventing Bullying

Dear Amicus Agony, I am a junior lawyer and do not enjoy certain aspects of my work, particularly the need to develop business

As the adoption of niche technologies becomes more commonplace, there is increasing pressure to ensure the technology selected is useful and profitable.

Regulating Artificial Intelligence and the Limits of the Law Simon Chesterman In the movie world, Artificial Intelligence or A.I. are often portrayed in a

At the time of writing, the COVID-19 restrictions continued to put a damper on the recovery of F&B businesses, especially those located

Pursuant to section 93(5) of the Legal Profession Act, the Council of the Law Society is required to publish the findings and

The articles above are from the December 2021 issue of the Law Gazette.