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Singapore Court of Appeal allows appeal for discharge of worldwide Mareva injunctions as respondents fail to establish risk that appellants would dissipate assets

Singapore - September 29 2015 In the ground breaking case of Bouvier, Yves Charles EDGAR & Anor v Accent Delight International Ltd & Anor and another appeal, the Singapore Court...

Peh Aik Hin, Edwin Tong, SC.

Singapore Court of Appeal holds local establishment cannot use “Ku De Ta” name because it had constructive notice of earlier beneficial interest and failed to make necessary enquiries

Singapore - June 30 2015 The recent Singapore Court of Appeal decision, Guy Neale & Ors v Ku De Ta SG Pte Ltd, involved the right to use the name “Ku De Ta” in respect of...

William Ong, Ang Cheng Hock, SC.

Singapore Court of Appeal finds respondent held trade marks for “Ku De Ta” on express trust for appellants

Singapore - January 29 2015 The Singapore Court of Appeal decision in Guy Neale & Ors v Nine Squares Pty Ltd concerned the ownership and use of two trade marks bearing the name...

William Ong, Ang Cheng Hock, SC.

Changes to Singapore Companies Act expected to come into force in Q2 2015

Singapore - January 29 2015 On 15 January 2015, the Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority (the "ACRA") released an announcement stating that the effective date of the...

Christine Chan, Yap Lune Teng, Richard Young.

Changes to Singapore Companies Act passed in Parliament

Singapore - October 27 2014 On 8 October 2014, the Companies (Amendment) Bill 2014 (the "Bill") was passed in Parliament. When in force, the Bill will introduce wide ranging...

Christine Chan, Yap Lune Teng, Richard Young.