Tag: Singapore law

Australia’s Defamation Laws Outdated, Drastic Reformation Needed

Australia: The Federal Labor and media chiefs of Australia are urging the country to refurbish its defamation laws to include support for public interest journalism. Times are changing for online publishing and the current laws are outdated and do not provide proper guidance and...

In Benjamin’s case, Shanmugam is worse than Khaw at public relations

By Howard Lee Before you decide that Transport Minister Khaw Boon Wan got off to a bad start this year in Parliament, Law and Home Affairs Minister K Shanmugam might have just beaten him to it. While Khaw was busy heaping it on commuters about their...

Not that way, lawyer Ravi

Lawyer M Ravi has been a breath of fresh air to the law scene here. He takes on cases that many others won’t dare to touch. And he has the gumption to test the waters on matters relating to the Constitution. Who can forget...

V K Rajah to become Attorney-General

Justice of Appeal V K Rajah will take over as Attorney-General from 25 June as Steven Chong completes his two-year stint as the government’s chief legal eagle. Chong will return to the Supreme Court, and there can be little doubt that he will be...