Education firm directors who were declared bankrupt accuse creditors of conspiring to ruin them

Two directors of a private education company, who were declared bankrupt after they failed to pay millions to creditors stemming from personal guarantees for the firm’s loans, are accusing their... [Read more]

Suit against dead woman’s estate dismissed by court

A marine consultancy has failed in its bid to sue the estate of its late company secretary after claiming she cheated it out of $1.6 million... [Read more]

Dead woman’s estate to keep $1.6m after appeal fails

A dead secretary's estate will get to keep the $1.6 million obtained from her firm by fraud, as the top court found the managing director, who is essentially the sole shareholder, was also complicit... [Read more]

Sembcorp Design and Construction fined $95k for breach of workplace safety and health

A subsidiary of public-listed Sembcorp Industries was fined $95,000 on Monday (Oct 23) for failing to ensure the safety and health of its employees... [Read more]

Sembcorp unit fined $95k over safety lapses

Sembcorp Design and Construction (SDC), the main contractor at a worksite in Bukit Batok, was deemed to have failed to ensure that the appropriate risk assessment was communicated to its employees at... [Read more]

Duo sues ex-lawyer for $9 million in expected profits for failed medical marijuana project

Two Singaporean businessmen invested US$750,000 in a proposed medical marijuana project in Las Vegas, but the plan went up in smoke and the facility was never built... [Read more]

MBS discontinues $10 million casino debt suit against high-rolling tycoon

The Marina Bay Sands (MBS) casino has dropped a $10 million lawsuit against Australian-Chinese high roller Wang Zhi Cai, bringing to an end a pursuit from Singapore to Sydney over an alleged five-year... [Read more]

Supervisor jailed, ship repair firm fined $300k

The company and its supervisor, David Ng Wei Li, 37, had each been found guilty of an offence under the Workplace Safety and Health Act in February this year, following a trial... [Read more]

12 weeks’ jail for supervisor, $300,000 fine for company over incident that led to diver’s death

The assistant diving supervisor of a ship repair company was sentenced to 12 weeks' jail on Tuesday (Aug 11) over an underwater incident in 2014 which resulted in the death of a diver... [Read more]

Nickel trading firm in alleged billion-dollar fraud sued for $50m, group placed under interim judicial management

At least four lawsuits have been filed in court by investors seeking to claim some $50 million from Envy Global Trading and its director Ng Yu Zhi... [Read more]

Alleged nickel trading fraudster Ng Yu Zhi fails in bid to stay $23m civil suit against him

The High Court on Friday (Jan 14) dismissed a bid by businessman Ng Yu Zhi, who is at the centre of an alleged $1 billion nickel trading scam, to stay a civil suit against him until his criminal case... [Read more]

Ex-lawyer ordered to repay duo over abortive US medical marijuana project

Two Singaporean businessmen who were persuaded by a then lawyer to invest US$750,000 in a proposed medical marijuana facility in Las Vegas - which was never built - are entitled to get their... [Read more]

Why casino’s $42m claim against S’porean was struck out

An Australian casino's bid to recover an A$43.2 million (S$42 million) gambling debt from a Singaporean high roller here has failed on public policy grounds... [Read more]

Management corporation ordered to repeal by-law

The management corporation (MC) of an industrial building has been ordered to repeal a by-law on charges for use of common areas, after the Strata Titles Board found it to be "unclear, badly drafted... [Read more]


We were asked by the Singapore Chinese-language newspaper Lianhe Zaobao on the steps to take before filing an appeal in Court... [Read more]

退休记者被假公安诈骗300万元 “警官”三次上门递“罪状” 指示布遮屏幕按OK转钱

We were asked for our views in relation to a victim who was scammed of S$3m by overseas fraudsters... [Read more]

针对两部长指李显扬诽谤 专家:新加坡才是最适合审理诉讼地

We were asked for our views in relation to commencing court proceedings against individuals based overseas... [Read more]