Terrance Goh
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Terrance graduated from Singapore Management University School of Law in 2018. His areas of interest include cross-border transactions, M&A, and investment and trade law. At SMU, Terrance was a regular participant in various writing competitions. His work on exploring how taxation principles should evolve in a digital economy was selected to be the winning entry in the inaugural Mazars Tax Essay Challenge, while his submission to the Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore examining the extent to which both competition and consumer protection policies can harmonise to ensure effective markets had earned him the merit award.

SMU Lexicon: The demise of Bolam-Bolitho: Towards Patient Centricity
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Reading Time: 9 minutes Introduction The recent Court of Appeal decision in Hii Chii Kok v Ooi Peng Jin London Lucien (“Hii Chii Kok”)[1] has been a long time coming. Affirming the demise of the antiquated Bolam-Bolitho[2] test in relation to pre-treatment advice,[3] this decision also adds Singapore to a growing list of countries which have embraced the concept […]