Tessa Sim
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Tessa is a final year law student who believes that the law should not exclude the very people who need its helping hand because of problems with accessibility and costs.

What do you need to know about Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDAs) in Singapore?
Business,Business Advice,Employment,Legal Contracts,Personal,Regional Law

Reading Time: 6 minutesIt’s not rare to keep valuable, or even potentially embarrassing information under wraps. In fact, it should be the norm. In early 2017, as the South Korean technology company, Samsung, began to roll-out its new Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, local online media outlet, Mothership, reported that a Singaporean man was asked to sign a Non-Disclosure Agreement […]

A guide to Singapore’s Lemon Law – The law protecting consumers in Singapore
Business,Legal Everyday,Personal

Reading Time: 8 minutesWhat is a lemon law? Lemon laws are consumer protection laws that provide remedies to consumers who have been given defective goods. The name dates back to the 1960s when new cars with several manufacturing defects were referred to as “lemons”, and laws were passed to combat a proliferation of said cars. Over the years, […]

What’s the difference between advocates, solicitors, barristers, counsels, notaries, lawyers and attorney in Singapore?
Legal Everyday

Reading Time: 4 minutesWhy so many legal terms for lawyers? All of us have come to recognise different words referring to lawyers such as barrister, solicitor, notary, advocate, counsel and attorney. Are they the same? What really is the difference? How do you know which type of lawyer you need? Each of them defined Let’s kick off with […]