Therapeutic Justice In Family Cases: The Lawyer – Part 2

Article by Susan Tay This is the 2nd of a 4-part series on therapeutic justice and how it may be applied in family cases in Singapore. You may read Part…

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Legal Status of Cryptocurrencies

Crytopia Article by Eric Lip, an associate of OTP Law Corporation. While the legal status of cryptocurrencies has always been hazy, it seems the fog around it will be cleared…

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Therapeutic Justice in Family Cases –Part 1

Article by Susan Tay This is the 1st of a 4 part series on therapeutic justice and how it may be applied in family cases in Singapore. In the other…

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“No one is Above The Law – Probation Sentencing Guidelines in the Case of PP v Terence Siow Kai Yuan”

Article by Emelia Kwa, an associate of OTP Law Corporation When the initial judgment of PP v Terence Siow Kai Yuan [2019] SGMC 69 was released, the case took Singapore’s…

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Working from Home – 5 Doable Steps to Protecting Confidential Data

Article by ChloeChua, an incoming trainee of OTP Law Corporation. Working from home is now part of a new normal in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. While we adjust…

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Working Remotely – What Do I Need to Do?

Article by Lim Seng Siew. This article was first published in the Law Gazette: " LAW IN THE TIME OF COVID, PRATICE MATTERS, MAY 2020 With the issuance of the…

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Covid, Co-Parenting? Just Cooperate.

Article by Susan Tay Disclaimer: This article is for parents who love their children, protect them and want what’s best for them. Not the rare few where the law has…

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Reflections from an Intern to an Associate

It’s been 3 years since I conducted an interview with Ms Susan Tay on practice, pupilage (or TCs), and pro bono. Since then, I’ve joined OTP Law Corporation as a…

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Adopting the Peace Approach to avoid unnecessary litigation: The Case of Goh Rosaline v Goh Lian Chyu and another

This article is a follow-up to our previous article on the Peace Approach and Children. This was written by Nur Shukrina Bte Abdul Salam, an intern of OTP Law Corporation.…

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