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Gillian Tan, Of Counsel of That.Legal, believes that working from home as a new mother is empowering.  
Know Your Lawyer (KYL),Lawyer Features,Trade Marks,Uncategorized

Reading Time: 4 minutesIf there is one good thing that arose out of the COVID-19 pandemic, it would be that it has significantly changed the way businesses, including law firms, work. Under the rules as at the date of writing, work from home (“WFH”) is the default mode in Singapore since disaster struck in late in 2019. While […]

An Employers’ Guide to CPF Contributions
Legal Everyday

Reading Time: 7 minutesIntroduction Central Provident Fund (“CPF”) is sometimes referred to as “Calculate, Pay or get Fined” by Singaporean employers. This is because the Central Provident Fund Act requires them to contribute to their employees’ CPF accounts or get fined for failure to do so.[1] If you are an employer, you may have questions about such contributions. […]

The role of culture on divorce, and its impacts on how a divorce proceeding is handled.
Divorce and Child Custody,Marriage

Reading Time: 5 minutesDivorce is far from a simple or straightforward matter. The considerations are often multifarious, but one intangible yet omnipresent aspect is none other than culture. From customs to communication methods, culture finds itself underpinning our beliefs, values and decision-making process for significant life events, such as divorce. In this article, we will examine the role […]

Debt Management Plans: A Practical Solution for Debt-Laden Individuals
Bankruptcy,Business,Uncategorized

Reading Time: 6 minutesIntroduction How does one achieve financial freedom? One typical answer may be to spend below our means. Unfortunately, some of us may already be beyond the point of no return, with interest causing a seemingly-unstoppable spiral into bankruptcy.[1] Still, there is still hope for individuals who are unable to pay off their debts. Various repayment […]

Commentary on Model and Artist’s Legal Tussle: Are my image rights as a model in a photograph protected from commercial use in Singapore?
TechLaw

Reading Time: 7 minutes  In late March 2021, local model Duan Mei Yue and artist Allison Low found themselves in a legal tussle that made it all the way into mainstream media.[1] Low had referenced a photo of Duan’s for her artwork that bore a high resemblance to the latter’s likeness, allegedly without Duan’s permission. The artwork was […]

Enforcement of Verbal Contracts and Evidential Issues
Legal Contracts,Uncategorized

Reading Time: 6 minutes Introduction Suppose Adam agrees verbally to purchase oranges from a supplier, Ben, for Adam’s business. Adam finds out the very next day that another supplier, Cindy, can provide those oranges at a lower cost. Being a shrewd businessman, Adam no longer wishes to purchase them from Ben. He calls up Ben to inform him of […]

Enforceability of Non-Standard Form Contracts
Business Advice,Legal Contracts

Reading Time: 6 minutesIntroduction Electronic communications are omnipresent. Apart from texting our friends via apps like Telegram or WhatsApp, and discussing work through emails, we also transact using electronic means – for example, by buying items off Taobao, Shopee, or Lazada, just one of the many e-commerce platforms available. This article discusses whether agreements formed over messaging apps […]

TLDR: Central issue of Singapore’s first cryptocurrency case, Quoine v B2C2
Blockchain Technology,Cryptocurrency

Reading Time: 5 minutesAbout this case This was a legally novel case as it was the first time the defence of unilateral mistake was raised in the context of algorithmic trading and the formation of contracts by such means – a first in cryptocurrency cases.  Facts & Background Quoine is a cryptocurrency exchange platform operator, while B2C2 Ltd […]

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How can you represent yourself in court for civil lawsuits?

Reading Time: 5 minutesHow can you represent yourself in court for civil lawsuits? From personal injury cases to contract cases, the process may seem complicated and even labyrinthe to the layman. Although litigants in person who conduct their own cases are required to prepare and conduct their case to the same standard as lawyers, it is not impossible. […]

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