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1. The Honourable Mogoeng Mogoeng
2. The Right Honourable Sir Anthony Hooper
 
 
Articles by

1. Ravi Chandran
2. Jeffrey Pinsler SC
3. Benny Tan Zhi Peng
4. Zhong Xing Tan
5. Tang Hang Wu
6. Yeo Hwee Ying & Ruth Yeo
7. Zhuang WenXiong
 
 
Comments and Case Notes by

1. Barry C Crown
2. Jonathan Muk Chen Yeen
3. Tan Tian Yi
 
 
Book Reviews by
 
1. The Honourable Justice Choo Han Teck

 

 

Contents
 

Lectures

1. Singapore Academy of Law Annual Lecture 2014 – “Twenty Years of the South African Constitution: Origins, Aspirations and Delivery”
2. Sentencing: Art or Science – A Personal View
 
 
Articles

1. Fate of Trust and Confidence in Employment Contracts
2. Expert Evidence and Adversarial Compromise – A Re-Consideration of the Expert’s Role and Proposals for Reform
3. Curing Non-compliance with Foreign Laws in the Context of Service Out of Jurisdiction – A Review of Singapore’s Position
4. Reverse Oppression and the Residual Nature of the Shareholder’s Commercial Unfairness Remedy
5. Taking Stock of the Change of Position Defence
6. Revisiting the Alter Ego Exception in Corporate Veil Piercing
7. Burgundy, the Bifurcation of Jurisdiction and its Future Implications
 
 
Comments and Case Notes

1. Where There’s a Will, There’s a Way: Marley v Rawlings [2014] 2 WLR 213
2. Proposed Improvements to the Division of Parties’ Beneficial Interests beyond the Women’s Charter: Chan Yuen Lan v See Fong Mun [2014] 3 SLR 1048
3. The Interpretation of Endeavours Clauses: KS Energy Services Ltd v BR Energy (M) Sdn Bhd [2014] 2 SLR 905; Electricity Generation Corp v Woodside Energy Ltd [2014] HCA 7; Jet2.com Ltd v Blackpool Airport Ltd [2012] EWCA Civ 417
 
 
Book Reviews

1. The Legacy of Ruth Bader Ginsburg (Scott Dodson ed) (Cambridge University Press, 2015)
 
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Article Type SAL Journal 2015
ISBN MCI (P) 041/06/2014
Publication Type JOURNALS
Shipping Rate To Singapore FREE
Weight 0.52000
Depth 2.00000
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Width 15.00000
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Lectures by

 
1. The Honourable Mogoeng Mogoeng
2. The Right Honourable Sir Anthony Hooper
 
 
Articles by

1. Ravi Chandran
2. Jeffrey Pinsler SC
3. Benny Tan Zhi Peng
4. Zhong Xing Tan
5. Tang Hang Wu
6. Yeo Hwee Ying & Ruth Yeo
7. Zhuang WenXiong
 
 
Comments and Case Notes by

1. Barry C Crown
2. Jonathan Muk Chen Yeen
3. Tan Tian Yi
 
 
Book Reviews by
 
1. The Honourable Justice Choo Han Teck

 

 

Contents
 

Lectures

1. Singapore Academy of Law Annual Lecture 2014 – “Twenty Years of the South African Constitution: Origins, Aspirations and Delivery”
2. Sentencing: Art or Science – A Personal View
 
 
Articles

1. Fate of Trust and Confidence in Employment Contracts
2. Expert Evidence and Adversarial Compromise – A Re-Consideration of the Expert’s Role and Proposals for Reform
3. Curing Non-compliance with Foreign Laws in the Context of Service Out of Jurisdiction – A Review of Singapore’s Position
4. Reverse Oppression and the Residual Nature of the Shareholder’s Commercial Unfairness Remedy
5. Taking Stock of the Change of Position Defence
6. Revisiting the Alter Ego Exception in Corporate Veil Piercing
7. Burgundy, the Bifurcation of Jurisdiction and its Future Implications
 
 
Comments and Case Notes

1. Where There’s a Will, There’s a Way: Marley v Rawlings [2014] 2 WLR 213
2. Proposed Improvements to the Division of Parties’ Beneficial Interests beyond the Women’s Charter: Chan Yuen Lan v See Fong Mun [2014] 3 SLR 1048
3. The Interpretation of Endeavours Clauses: KS Energy Services Ltd v BR Energy (M) Sdn Bhd [2014] 2 SLR 905; Electricity Generation Corp v Woodside Energy Ltd [2014] HCA 7; Jet2.com Ltd v Blackpool Airport Ltd [2012] EWCA Civ 417
 
 
Book Reviews

1. The Legacy of Ruth Bader Ginsburg (Scott Dodson ed) (Cambridge University Press, 2015)
 
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Products specifications
Article Type SAL Journal 2015
ISBN MCI (P) 041/06/2014
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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