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Formerly named “Competition Commission of Singapore” Takes on a New Name in Light of Expanded Consumer Protection Role

Singapore - May 24 2018 Last month, the Singapore Parliament passed a bill expanding the Competition Commission of Singapore’s regulatory powers. In addition to...

Sara Aparicio Hill, Christopher S. Finnerty, Michael R. Murphy, Caiti A. Zeytoonian.

Indonesia - The Fight Against Corruption Targets Companies

Indonesia - September 6 2017 Indonesia’s fight against systemic public sector corruption commenced in earnest following the Asian Financial Crisis and the subsequent fall of...

Lian Yok Tan.

Tax Evasion - Nowhere Left to Hide

USA, Singapore, Global - October 27 2016 Global tax evasion remains a major problem for governments around the world. At a time when virtually all of the governments from the world’s major...

Mark A. Rush, J. Stephen Barge.

Singapore Gets Serious About Money Laundering

Singapore - October 13 2016 The fallout from the scandal surrounding 1MDB and the Singapore-based banks that facilitated the flow of funds to and from those connected with the...

Brian F. Saulnier.

The Choice of Court Agreements Act 2016: Imiplications for Dispute Resolution in Singapore

Singapore, Global - July 7 2016 The Hague Convention on Choice of Court Agreements (the “Convention”) establishes an international legal regime which requires contracting states to...

Raja Bose, Arvin Manoosegaran.