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1.The Right Honourable the Lord Neuberger of Abbotsbury
 
 
Articles by
 
1.Makoto Hong Cheng
2.David Llewelyn
3.Jeffrey Pinsler SC
4.David Tan & Benjamin Foo
5.Tan Yock Lin
6.Tan Zhong Xing
7.Tay Yong Seng & Jonathan Chan Tuan San
 
 
Comments and Case Notes by
 
1.Nelson Goh  
2.Hannah Lim Yee Fen
3.Paul McClelland
4.Jonathan Muk Chen Yeen
5.Benjamin Joshua Ong
6.Tan Jun Hua, Kenneth
7.Beatrice Mathilda Yeo Li Hui & Fiona Chew Yan Bei
 
 
Book Reviews
 
1.The Honourable Justice Choo Han Teck
 
 
 
Contents 

 

Lectures


Singapore Academy of Law Annual Lecture 2015 - "Is Nothing Secret? Privacy and Confidentiality, Privacy, Freedom of Information and Whistleblowing in the Internet Age"

 

 

Articles


1.Shaping a Common Law Duty to Give Reasons in Singapore - Of Fairness, Regulatory Paradoxes and Proportionate Remedies
2.Statutory Damages for Use of a “Counterfeit Trade Mark” and for Copyright Infringement in Singapore – A Radical Remedy in the Law of Intellectual Property or One in Need of a Rethink?
3.The Court’s Discretion to Exclude Evidence in Civil Cases and Emerging Implications in the Criminal Sphere – The Violet Thread of Justice
4.The Unbearable Lightness of Fair Dealing – Towards an Autochthonous Approach in Singapore
5.Rationalising and Simplifying the Presumption of Similarity of Laws
6.Singapore’s Bankruptcy Jurisdiction and the Absconding Debtor

 

 

Comments and Case Notes


1.An Assignee's Obligation to Arbitrate and the Principle of Conditional Benefit: Cassa di Risparmio di Parma e Piacenze SpA v Rals International Pte Ltd [2016] 1 SLR 79
2.Trade Marks, Territoriality and Trusts – An Uncomfortable Trinity: Guy Neale v Nine Squares Pty Ltd [2015] 1 SLR 1097
3.Partial Non-use Cancellation of Trade Mark Registrations: Maier v ASOS plc [2015] EWHC Civ 220
4.Less Payne in the International Relocation of Children? BNS v BNT [2015] 3 SLR 973
5.New Approaches to the Constitutional Guarantee of Equality Before the Law: Lim Meng Suang v Attorney-General [2015] 1 SLR 26 (CA); [2013] 3 SLR 118 (HC), Tan Eng Hong v Attorney-General [2013] 4 SLR 1059 (HC); [2012] 4 SLR 476 (CA)
6.Interim Enforcement of an Adjudication Decision: PT Perusahaan Gas Negara (Persero) TBK v CRW Joint Operation [2015] 4 SLR 364
7.The Arbitration and Litigation of Minority Shareholder Disputes: Tomolugen Holdings Ltd v Silica Investors Ltd [2016] 1 SLR 373

 

 

Book Reviews


Elizabeth Mertz, The Language of Law School (Oxford University Press, 2007)

 

 

 

 


 

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ISBN MCI (P) 186/07/2015
Publication Type BOOKS
Shipping Rate To Singapore FREE
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Lectures by 

 
1.The Right Honourable the Lord Neuberger of Abbotsbury
 
 
Articles by
 
1.Makoto Hong Cheng
2.David Llewelyn
3.Jeffrey Pinsler SC
4.David Tan & Benjamin Foo
5.Tan Yock Lin
6.Tan Zhong Xing
7.Tay Yong Seng & Jonathan Chan Tuan San
 
 
Comments and Case Notes by
 
1.Nelson Goh  
2.Hannah Lim Yee Fen
3.Paul McClelland
4.Jonathan Muk Chen Yeen
5.Benjamin Joshua Ong
6.Tan Jun Hua, Kenneth
7.Beatrice Mathilda Yeo Li Hui & Fiona Chew Yan Bei
 
 
Book Reviews
 
1.The Honourable Justice Choo Han Teck
 
 
 
Contents 

 

Lectures


Singapore Academy of Law Annual Lecture 2015 - "Is Nothing Secret? Privacy and Confidentiality, Privacy, Freedom of Information and Whistleblowing in the Internet Age"

 

 

Articles


1.Shaping a Common Law Duty to Give Reasons in Singapore - Of Fairness, Regulatory Paradoxes and Proportionate Remedies
2.Statutory Damages for Use of a “Counterfeit Trade Mark” and for Copyright Infringement in Singapore – A Radical Remedy in the Law of Intellectual Property or One in Need of a Rethink?
3.The Court’s Discretion to Exclude Evidence in Civil Cases and Emerging Implications in the Criminal Sphere – The Violet Thread of Justice
4.The Unbearable Lightness of Fair Dealing – Towards an Autochthonous Approach in Singapore
5.Rationalising and Simplifying the Presumption of Similarity of Laws
6.Singapore’s Bankruptcy Jurisdiction and the Absconding Debtor

 

 

Comments and Case Notes


1.An Assignee's Obligation to Arbitrate and the Principle of Conditional Benefit: Cassa di Risparmio di Parma e Piacenze SpA v Rals International Pte Ltd [2016] 1 SLR 79
2.Trade Marks, Territoriality and Trusts – An Uncomfortable Trinity: Guy Neale v Nine Squares Pty Ltd [2015] 1 SLR 1097
3.Partial Non-use Cancellation of Trade Mark Registrations: Maier v ASOS plc [2015] EWHC Civ 220
4.Less Payne in the International Relocation of Children? BNS v BNT [2015] 3 SLR 973
5.New Approaches to the Constitutional Guarantee of Equality Before the Law: Lim Meng Suang v Attorney-General [2015] 1 SLR 26 (CA); [2013] 3 SLR 118 (HC), Tan Eng Hong v Attorney-General [2013] 4 SLR 1059 (HC); [2012] 4 SLR 476 (CA)
6.Interim Enforcement of an Adjudication Decision: PT Perusahaan Gas Negara (Persero) TBK v CRW Joint Operation [2015] 4 SLR 364
7.The Arbitration and Litigation of Minority Shareholder Disputes: Tomolugen Holdings Ltd v Silica Investors Ltd [2016] 1 SLR 373

 

 

Book Reviews


Elizabeth Mertz, The Language of Law School (Oxford University Press, 2007)

 

 

 

 


 

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Products specifications
Article Type SAL Journal 2016
ISBN MCI (P) 186/07/2015
Publication Type BOOKS
Shipping Rate To Singapore FREE
Weight 0.48000
Depth 2.00000
Height 24.00000
Width 15.00000
C$ Redeemable No
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Author(s)/Editor(s)/Contributor(s): The Right Honourable the Lord Collins of Mapesbury, Chan Leng Sun SC and Michael Hwang SC


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