Leanne Cheng
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Leanne is a content strategist at Asia Law Network. She is a third-year law student at the National University of Singapore. When she is not buried in her books, she enjoys listening to music, writing and watching cooking shows.

Traffic Accident Victims: How to Make a Claim?
Personal,Traffic Accidents

Reading Time: 6 minutesGetting into a traffic accident is an inevitability for many drivers. In 2016, the Singapore Police Force reported 10,828 traffic accidents in Singapore. This figure only accounts for accidents resulting in fatalities or injuries, so one can only imagine how many more traffic accidents occur each year. Making a claim after being involved in a […]

Defamation: A Guide to Bringing Claims and Avoiding Liability
Business,Defamation,Personal

Reading Time: 12 minutesIn today’s hyper-connected, social-media crazy world, anything we say can be easily propagated throughout the Internet. That means we are more vulnerable to defamation, while at the same time, more exposed to liability for defamation. How do we manage this? This article is written by Ronald JJ Wong from Covenant Chambers LLC  and originally published on […]

Financial Institutions: 3 Ways the Singapore Government Is Intensifying Anti Money Laundering Efforts
Business,Criminal and Litigation

Reading Time: 6 minutesSingapore’s reputation as a global financial centre makes it susceptible to cross-border money laundering activities. In response, the Singapore government has stepped its efforts to protect the system’s integrity, in three ways. This article is written by Shashi Nathan and originally published in The Business Times. The “Article in 60 Seconds” is contributed by Leanne Cheng. […]