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LAZADA LAYOFF LAPSE: Should companies notify unions about retrenchments?

The company reportedly let go of nearly 100 employees early January without notifying the allied workers union.
23 hours ago

LAZADA LAYOFF LAPSE: Should companies notify unions about retrenchments?

The company reportedly let go of nearly 100 employees early January without notifying the allied workers union.
23 hours ago

New bill to expand MAS’ investigative powers proposed

Some of the expanded powers are entering premises without notice.

4 measures investors and businesses must be aware of in 2024

One of the measures will screen investments in entities critical to Singapore’s national security.

Financial services emerge as top practice area for Singapore’s lawyers

The emergence of new technologies is forcing a ‘new age of lawyering,’ says expert.

What are the top roles in Singapore’s legal industry?

The most in-demand position accounts for 32% of the available roles in the sector.

Singapore’s legal sector embraces AI to enhance services

Leveraging AI in Singapore’s legal industry improves efficiency and client satisfaction, says Edric Pan, Deputy Managing Partner Dentons Rodyk &...

CDL subsidiary fined by NZX for breaching listing rules

The regulatory actions are not expected to affect CDL’s business or operations. 

SG, Indonesia ink MOU on judicial cooperation

The countries will cooperate in areas such as cross-border commercial law.

SG proposes bill allowing president and ministers to accept roles in int'l organisations

Allowing such will enhance SG's international standing, said the PMO.

MOF seeks public feedback on the proposed IRAS amendment bill 

The bill will allow IRAS to administer broad-based grants to businesses.

Redefining lead: Singapore and London as the globally preferred seats of arbitration

Comparison. /kəmˈparɪs(ə)n/. According to Google’s English dictionary by Oxford Languages, comparison means a consideration or estimate of the...

Central bank issues prohibition orders vs ex-representatives for cheating offences

They are facing offences under section 417 and section 116(1) of the Penal Code.

SGX Chairman Tan Cheng Han joins WongPartnership as senior consultant

Tan is a Professor of Law and Chief Strategy Officer at NUS Law School.

IP Injunction withdrawn but No Signboard to pay $6,500 to GuGong: High Court

GuGong will receive $6,500 from No SignBoard with reasonable disbursements.

H2G CEO to stay in his post for now whilst probe remains pending

SGX-listed H2G CEO and executive director Lim Shao-Lin has not been charged.

Man jailed and fined over illegally hiring an Immigration offender: MOM

It is an offence under the foreign employment law in Singapore.

SG and India collaborate to use technology for enhanced access to justice

The two markets signed two deals to promote bilateral judicial cooperation.