The effect of confidentiality warnings and disclaimers in E-Mails.
A detailed article on intellectual property rights in the digital age. It discusses issues like the DCMA, Open Source Licences, deep-lining, framing, spamdexing, metagging and many more IPR issues.
About the rationale of how competition laws operate.
This article summarises British Virgin Islands registration requirements for company charges. The BVI is a popular offshore financial center used by many Singapore companies and high networth individuals.
Lim Seng Siew, Chairman of the Law Society’s EFS Committee, introduces us to the Electronic Filing System (EFS) and gives us an informative view of what legal practice in Singapore will be like in the age of EFS.
The article traces the changes in the court system and the civil litigation process in Singapore.
An introduction to the most widely ratified human rights treaty in history is the Convention on the Rights of the Child, which was adopted by the United Nations on 20th November 1989.
Considerations of how anti-spam measures should work.
Service bureaux are probably the first contact points with EFS for most law firms. So what are service bureaux? Who will be dealing with them and what are the procedures? Lim Seng Siew takes us on a brief but enlightening tour of what it will be like to deal with them when filing documents under EFS.
On overview of the The Multi-Level Marketing And Pyramid Selling (Prohibition) Act and related regulations.