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Bird & Bird LLP | Singapore | 10 Apr 2020

Court of Appeal strengthens protection for owners of confidential information from loss, sets out modified approach for breach of confidence claims

In the recent Singapore Court of Appeal ("CA") decision in I-Admin (Singapore) Pte Ltd v Hong Ying Ting and others [2020] SGCA 32 ("IAdmin"), the CA…
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Hogan Lovells | Hong Kong, Singapore, United Kingdom | 3 Mar 2020

New year, new views - arbitration highlights in the Year of the Rat

As the world welcomes in the Year of the Rat, we take a look back at five recent decisions that made big waves in the Year of the Pig in their…
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Marks & Clerk | Singapore | 28 Feb 2020

Singapore’s Patent Linkages Scheme

As reported in our recent article[i], Singapore’s Court of Appeal held that a generic applicant must declare the existence of all patents, including…
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McCarthy Tétrault LLP | Singapore | 29 Jan 2020

Choice of Arbitral Seat is Not a Game of Musical Chairs: Singapore Court of Appeal Rules Against Enforcement of Award Granted by Wrongly-Seated Arbitration

In ST Group Co Ltd v Sanum Investments Limited, the Singapore Court of Appeal ruled that in the absence of waiver of the wrong seat, an arbitral…
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Mirandah Asia | Singapore | 10 Oct 2019

Brand drug owners vindicated against generics seeking to launch without declaring relevant patents under patent

The Singapore Court of Appeal's judgment in Millennium Pharmaceuticals, Inc v Drug Houses of Australia Pte Ltd [2019] SGCA 31 heralds…
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McCarthy Tétrault LLP | Singapore | 14 Aug 2019

Neither too little, nor too late: A delayed jurisdictional challenge finds success

Article 16 of the UNCITRAL Model Law on International Commercial Arbitration (the “Model Law”) provides a means for early resolution of…
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Dentons | Singapore | 11 Apr 2019

Need for speed: get your anti-suit injunction fast!

Parties entering into arbitration agreements ordinarily abide by their contractually chosen dispute resolution mechanism and proceed accordingly…
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Marks & Clerk | Singapore | 28 Mar 2019

Singapore Court of Appeal reverses High Court decision that it has no original jurisdiction for patent revocation

Earlier in September 2017, the Singapore High Court (HC) ruled in Sun Electric v Sunseap Group that the HC does not have original jurisdiction to…
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Spruson & Ferguson | Singapore | 22 Mar 2019

Singapore Court of Appeal Reverses High Court Decision on Patent Revocation Jurisdiction

Earlier this year, the Singapore Court of Appeal reversed a High Court decision that held Singapore legislation, including the Singapore Patents Act…
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Hogan Lovells | United Kingdom | 11 Mar 2019

Short and sweet - compensatory rest period did not have to be continuous

Under the Working Time Regulations 1998, subject to any collective or workforce agreement, workers have a right to an uninterrupted rest period of at…
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