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Energy Conservation Act 2012: provisions on energy management practices for transport facility in force on 1 January 2014

Singapore - January 27 2014 The provisions of Division 2 of Part IV of the Energy Conservation Act 2012 (the "Act"), which relate to energy management practices for transport...

Tan Wee Meng.


Energy Conservation Act 2012: Provisions for Energy Labeling and Minimum Performance Standard for Registrable Goods in force from 1 September 2013

Singapore - September 27 2013 The provision of the Energy Conservation Act 2012 (the "Act") relating to energy labeling and minimum performance standard for registrable goods...


Energy Conservation Act 2012: provisions on energy management practices for registrable corporations in force on 22 April 2013

Singapore - May 29 2013 The provisions of the Energy Conservation Act 2012 (the "Act") relating to energy management practices for registrable corporations have come into...


Singapore Court of Appeal finds restrictive covenants with no time limit are unreasonable in restraint of trade, preparatory acts to compete not in breach of duty of good faith and fidelity

Singapore - September 27 2012 In Smile Inc Dental Surgeons Pte Ltd v Lui Andrew Stewart 2012 SGCA 39, the Court of Appeal considered the scope of restraint of trade clauses in an employment contract in the dental industry and found them to be unreasonable as they were unlimited in duration....

Aaron Lee, Jason Chan.


Singapore Court of Appeal holds deprivation of employee's legal right to vested monies is restraint of trade

Singapore - September 27 2012 In the recent case of Mano Vikrant Singh v Cargill TSF Asia Pte Ltd, the Singapore Court of Appeal held that a clause forfeiting an employee's benefits when he competes with his ex-employer after the termination of his employment was one that falls within a scope of the restraint of trade doctrine....

Aaron Lee, Jason Chan.