Tag: lawsuit

Singaporean sues Malaysia’s Immigration and Government for RM2.67 million over “inhuman” treatment in detention

Kuala Lumpur—A 67-year-old Singaporean man is suing the Immigration Department of Malaysia for RM2.67 million (S$ 875,000) because of what he claims to have been “inhuman” treatment while he was jailed. All in all, he spent 37 days in an overcrowded jail cell. The Malay Mail reports...

Shareholder sued by Stamford Land Corporation justifies his statements against the company

Defense submissions for Mano Sabnani, who is being sued by Stamford Land, were submitted to the High Court by his lawyers on Sunday, September 30. In them, Mr. Sabnani insists that the comments he made against the company were ‘fair’ and completely justifiable. Stamford Land...

US$2.2 Billion deal linked by US justice to 1MDB scandal

While in Malaysia, the Prime Minister Najib Razak is calling on netizens to portray a positive image of Malaysia on social networks, the US justice department is fast moving in its lawsuits, seizures and others against the 1MDB. The 1MDB is Najib's baby, a pet...

Is it ok to post naked pictures on Linkedin?

After Uber, Grab - in the past and that is a very long past of the Internet it was Yahoo that could face such backlash due to its messenger services - now its Linkedin that has joined the 'sexual unleashing' of animal behaviour in...

Why did HDB hire US based lawyers when it is in deficit?

Unknown to many, the Singapore Housing & Development Board (HDB) decision to hire two law firms in the USA to represent it in a lawsuit filed against it in  the US District Court for Northern District of Ohio, in the United States, has raised...

Najib named in 1MDB lawsuit

A defector from the opposition - who defected from the ruling Umno to rejoin the party on the fringe of the reformasi movement - has filed a lawsuit against Prime Minister Najib Razak and 1MDB. But the lawsuit might not see its day in court,...

Ravi again

Now the High Court has added another dimension to lawyer M Ravi’s involvement with the five men over the Little India riot case. It wants him to pay the bill for an application he filed, and later withdrew, on behalf of his five clients. This...

PM vs Roy: Why it’s unnecessary

By Augustine Low President Barack Obama recently joked that when he leaves office after his eight-year term, Fox News would miss him sorely. Obama has been the butt of constant attacks and accusations by the cable and satellite news television channel, many of them unfounded and...

PM vs Roy: Why it is necessary

By Tan Bah Bah Some netizens may disagree with me, and I hope not to be proven wrong. Roy Ngerng has so far gotten off lightly, in monetary terms (aggravated damages) though not necessarily in public standing. At issue was an allegation that CPF funds...

Roy Ngerng – from loner to polarising figure

It is hard to imagine this is the same man who has become today’s polarising figure in Singapore politics. He comes across as a loner. It won’t be far-fetched to say that Roy Ngerng’s only friends are his computer and those who read his Heart...