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Singapore High Court grants leave for action under section 216A of Companies Act to 50% shareholder *
Singapore - April 26 2013
The Singapore High Court in Kwee Lee Fung Ivon v Gordon Lim Clinic PTe Ltd & Anor considered an application pursuant to section 216A of the Companies…
Co-authors: Paul Ong.
Singapore Court of Appeal considers requirements for derivative action under section 216A of Companies Act *
Singapore - February 27 2013
The Singapore Court of Appeal in Thiam Swee v Low Hian Chor clarified the law on the requirement of good faith for the purposes of applications for…
Co-authors: Tan Xeauwei.
Austrailain High Court underlines significance of board minutes as evidence of decisions taken at meetings *
Australia - June 28 2012
In Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) v Hellicar  HCA 17, the Australian High Court underlined the significance of board minutes as evidence of decisions taken at meetings.
Singapore - February 29 2012
Low Hian Chor v Steel Forming & Rolling Specialists Pte Ltd & Anor, leave was granted pursuant to section 216A of the Companies Act by the Singapore High Court to allow Low Hian Chor (the "Plaintiff"), a shareholder of Steel Forming & Rolling Specialists Pte Ltd (the "Defendant"), to pursue an action on behalf of the Defendant against, Ang Thiam Swee ("Ang"), a former director-shareholder of the Defendant, for breaches of director's duties owed to the Defendant.
Co-authors: William Ong.
Singapore Court of Appeal clarifies discovery obligations of company subject to derivative action under section 216A of Companies Act *
Singapore - January 10 2012
In Lew Kiat Beng v Hiap Seng & Co Pte Ltd  SGCA 61, the Singapore Court of Appeal considered and clarified the discovery obligations of a company which was the subject of a derivative action pursuant to section 216A of the Companies Act (the "Derivative Action").
Co-authors: Kenneth Lim.