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1. The Honourable Robert French AC, Chief Justice of Australia
2. The Honourable the Chief Justice Sundaresh Menon
3. Basil C Bitas
4. Goh Yihan
5. Low Kee Yang
6. Ter Kah Leng
7. Wai Yee Wan
8. Ronald J J Wong
9. Yeo Hwee Ying
 
 
Case Notes by

1. Chen Zhida
2. Ho May Kim
3. Lee Pey Woan
4. Nicholas Poon
5. Thanuja Rodrigo
6. Tan Boon Heng
7. Clara Tung
 
 
Book Reviews by

1. The Honourable Justice Choo Han Teck

 

 

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1. Singapore Academy of Law Annual Lecture 2013 – “The Rule of Law as a Many Coloured Dream Coat”
2. The Somewhat Uncommon Law of Commerce
3. Comparative Theory, Judges and Legal Transplants – A Practical Lesson from Singapore and its Relevance to Transnational Convergence
4. The Case for Legislating Harassment in Singapore
5. UK Defamation Act 2013 – Key Changes
6. Good Faith in the Performance of Commercial Contracts Revisited
7. The Responsibilities of Lawyers for their Clients’ Misstatements and Omissions to the Securities Market in Singapore
8. Judging between Conflicting Expert Evidence – Understanding the Scientific Method and its Impact on Apprehending Expert Evidence
9. Call for Consumer Reform of Insurance Law in Singapore
 
Case Note(s)

1. Substantive Legitimate Expectation in Singapore Administrative Law: Chiu Teng @ Kallang Pte Ltd v Singapore Land Authority [2013] SGHC 262
2. Piercing the Corporate Veil as a Last Resort: Prest v Petrodel Resources Ltd [2013] 2 AC 415; [2013] 3 WLR 1; [2013] UKSC 34
3. The Apparent Authority of the Unauthorised Agent: Kelly v Fraser [2012] 3 WLR 1008
4. Setting Aside Preliminary Rulings on Jurisdiction: International Research Corp plc v Lufthansa Systems Asia Pacific Pte Ltd [2014] 1 SLR 130 and PT Asuransi Jasa Indonesia (Persero) v Dexia Bank SA [2007] 1 SLR(R) 597
5. The Principle of Good Faith in the Enforcement of Performance Guarantees: BS Mount Sophia Pte Ltd v Join-Aim Pte Ltd [2012] 3 SLR 352
6. Mitora: The Mantra on “Unless Orders”?: Mitora Pte Ltd v Agritrade International (Pte) Ltd [2013] 3 SLR 1179
7. Staying Well Out of Confusion: Staywell Hospitality Group Pty Ltd v Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc [2014] 1 SLR 911
 
Book Review

1. Richard Susskind, Tomorrow’s Lawyers – An Introduction to Your Future (Oxford University Press, 2013)

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ISBN MCI (P) 037/06/2013
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Articles by

 

1. The Honourable Robert French AC, Chief Justice of Australia
2. The Honourable the Chief Justice Sundaresh Menon
3. Basil C Bitas
4. Goh Yihan
5. Low Kee Yang
6. Ter Kah Leng
7. Wai Yee Wan
8. Ronald J J Wong
9. Yeo Hwee Ying
 
 
Case Notes by

1. Chen Zhida
2. Ho May Kim
3. Lee Pey Woan
4. Nicholas Poon
5. Thanuja Rodrigo
6. Tan Boon Heng
7. Clara Tung
 
 
Book Reviews by

1. The Honourable Justice Choo Han Teck

 

 

Contents
 

Articles

1. Singapore Academy of Law Annual Lecture 2013 – “The Rule of Law as a Many Coloured Dream Coat”
2. The Somewhat Uncommon Law of Commerce
3. Comparative Theory, Judges and Legal Transplants – A Practical Lesson from Singapore and its Relevance to Transnational Convergence
4. The Case for Legislating Harassment in Singapore
5. UK Defamation Act 2013 – Key Changes
6. Good Faith in the Performance of Commercial Contracts Revisited
7. The Responsibilities of Lawyers for their Clients’ Misstatements and Omissions to the Securities Market in Singapore
8. Judging between Conflicting Expert Evidence – Understanding the Scientific Method and its Impact on Apprehending Expert Evidence
9. Call for Consumer Reform of Insurance Law in Singapore
 
Case Note(s)

1. Substantive Legitimate Expectation in Singapore Administrative Law: Chiu Teng @ Kallang Pte Ltd v Singapore Land Authority [2013] SGHC 262
2. Piercing the Corporate Veil as a Last Resort: Prest v Petrodel Resources Ltd [2013] 2 AC 415; [2013] 3 WLR 1; [2013] UKSC 34
3. The Apparent Authority of the Unauthorised Agent: Kelly v Fraser [2012] 3 WLR 1008
4. Setting Aside Preliminary Rulings on Jurisdiction: International Research Corp plc v Lufthansa Systems Asia Pacific Pte Ltd [2014] 1 SLR 130 and PT Asuransi Jasa Indonesia (Persero) v Dexia Bank SA [2007] 1 SLR(R) 597
5. The Principle of Good Faith in the Enforcement of Performance Guarantees: BS Mount Sophia Pte Ltd v Join-Aim Pte Ltd [2012] 3 SLR 352
6. Mitora: The Mantra on “Unless Orders”?: Mitora Pte Ltd v Agritrade International (Pte) Ltd [2013] 3 SLR 1179
7. Staying Well Out of Confusion: Staywell Hospitality Group Pty Ltd v Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc [2014] 1 SLR 911
 
Book Review

1. Richard Susskind, Tomorrow’s Lawyers – An Introduction to Your Future (Oxford University Press, 2013)

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Products specifications
Article Type SAL Journal 2014
ISBN MCI (P) 037/06/2013
Publication Type JOURNALS
Shipping Rate To Singapore FREE
Weight 0.52000
Depth 2.00000
Height 24.00000
Width 15.00000
C$ Redeemable No
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