Puthan Perumal discusses the decision by the Federal Court on He-Con Sdn Bhd v Bulyah Ishak & Anor and Another Appeal  7 CLJ 271.
He-Con Sdn Bhd v Bulyah Ishak & Anor and Another Appeal  7 CLJ 271: A Much-Welcomed Decision by the Federal Court
Majority of Federal Court in Maria Chin Abdullah’s Case May Have Misdirected Themselves (with All Due Respect)
Puthan Perumal explores whether the Parliament can make laws ousting the judicial power of the courts.
Looking at Our Not-So-Young Neighbour - An Overview of How Singapore Protects Its Elderly
Jenita Kanapathy reflects on how Singapore law and regulation looks after the welfare of its elderly.
Joshua Wu discusses the less common torts.
Do employers need to make profits before they can pay wages?
Can an employer refuse to pay his employees if he runs at a loss? Is an employer excused from paying his employee’s wages when there is no ‘productivity ‘during the ‘lockdown’? The answer to all that, is a ‘No’.
Advocacy for online hearings
Brendan Navin Siva discusses some of the important aspects of advocacy in relation to online hearings.
Duties of Council Members and Categorisation of Common Property
Oon Hooi Lin and Melody Ngai discuss a noteworthy case on stratified developments.
From Floriculturists and Barbers to Airlines and Insurers
Shi Wen and Karyn examine the developments since the inception of the Competition Act 2010.