A Pause in the Expansion of Vicarious Liability?
An Analysis of Barclays Bank v Various Claimants  UKSC 13 The doctrine of vicarious liability has undergone dramatic development in recent times and has been extended to scenarios quite different from that of employer-employee. The question is: will vicarious liability
Vicarious Liability and Agency: Ong Han Ling v AIA and Beyond
In the evolution of the law on vicarious liability, major developments have taken place in the past two decades. More notably, the apex courts of the UK have extended the application of vicarious liability to quasi-employees and beyond. In Singapore,
Non-Delegable Duty, Vicarious Liability and Agency: Moving Towards Convergence?
Judges have consistently insisted that vicarious liability and non-delegable duty are separate and distinct concepts and should remain so. Yet, judging from recent judicial developments, the two appear to be moving ever closer to each other. Further, there is the
Vicarious Liability, Non-delegable Duty and the Ng Huat Seng Decision
In recent times, courts in Singapore and elsewhere have been grappling with the issue of delegability of duty of care.