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Nagashima Ohno & Tsunematsu | Singapore | 27 Apr 2022

Singapore High Court grants proprietary and worldwide Mareva injunctions against “persons unknown” for stolen cryptocurrency assets

In a judgment released on 4 March 2022, the Singapore High Court issued its first worldwide Mareva injunction (also known as a freezing injunction)…
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Eugene Thuraisingam LLP | Singapore | 13 Apr 2022

Mitigating Factors in Sentencing - Where Forgiveness Stands

Forgiveness is often a crucial part of a victim’s healing process, allowing them to move beyond the harm caused by an offender against them. Where…
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Rajah & Tann Asia | Singapore | 1 Apr 2022

Disagreement Over Relocation of Club Facilities: Court Upholds Decision to Restrict Award to Nominal Damages

In a civil claim, it is important for claimants to be able to prove the losses they have suffered arising from any claims being made. Apart from…
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Simmons & Simmons | Singapore | 30 Mar 2022

Singapore High Court grants proprietary and worldwide injunctive relief in aid of victim of alleged cryptocurrency theft

The Singapore High Court has for the first time in CLM v CLN [2022] SGHC 46 recognised the following possibilities for injunctive relief in relation…
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Simmons & Simmons | Singapore | 29 Mar 2022

Singapore High Court grants proprietary and worldwide injunctive relief in aid of alleged cryptocurrency theft

The Singapore High Court has for the first time in CLM v CLN [2022] SGHC 46 recognised the following possibilities for injunctive relief in relation…
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Lexology PRO | Africa, Argentina, Asia-Pacific, etc. | 21 Mar 2022

Crypto regulation: global roundup (1 – 21 Mar 2022)

Ukraine legalises cryptocurrencies, the US looks to develop a national policy on crypto by 2023, and Dubai establishes a crypto regulatory agency– plus other updates.
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PDLegal LLC | Singapore | 15 Mar 2022

The Employment Relationship - A Two-Way Street

The Singapore Appellate Division of the High Court expresses its preference for fairness in investigations and in termination in Dong Wei v Shell…
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Mayer Brown | Singapore | 28 Feb 2022

In Re Kobian Pte Ltd (OS 1269 / 2020 in the Singapore High Court)

​In this case, Re Kobian Pte Ltd (OS 1269 / 2020 in the Singapore High Court), Kobian Pte Ltd applied to the Singapore High Court for a moratorium to…
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Helmsman LLC | Singapore | 15 Feb 2022

Upholding warrant of arrest based on amended claim: Appellate Division to weigh in soon

In a recent case, the Singapore High Court considered whether a plaintiff can maintain a warrant of arrest on an amended claim not originally pleaded at the time of arrest. The Court upheld the warrant of arrest on the plaintiff's amended claim even though it had not been originally pleaded when the plaintiff applied for the warrant of arrest. The Appellate Division has granted the defendant......
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Eugene Thuraisingam LLP | Singapore | 14 Feb 2022

Can an Employer Summarily Terminate an Employee’s Employment for Breaches of His or Her Employment Contract, Whilst the Employee is Whistleblowing?

The Singapore High Court recently issued its judgment in Uday Mehra v L Capital Asia Advisors, L Capital (HK) Limited, Ravi Thakran & Nauman Hasan…
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