Ramdas & Wong Practice Areas

The following are Ramdas & Wong Practice Areas.Please Click on the respective Practice Area for more information.   Accidents and Personal Injuries Claims Arbitration and Mediation Banking, Finance and Securities Law Bankruptcy and Corporate Insolvency Law Building and Construction Law Civil and Commercial Litigation Conveyancing and Property Law Corporate Law Criminal Law Employment Law Family […]
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Investing In Western Australia

By Talbot & Olivier, Barristers & Solicitors, Western Australia Western Australia has a population of approximately 1.83 million, of which some 1.34 million are situate in Perth, the capital city. Many Singaporeans have already invested in Perth to take advantage of the wonderful outdoor life and excellent education facilities for children. This paper briefly covers some […]
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Patents – Singapore’s Move To Positive Grant System

By Adrian Ee & Joanne Chew Introduction Singapore’s patent system was a self-assessment one. To strengthen the patent regime, the Patents Act has been amended to a positive grant system. With the positive grant system, Singapore’s patent regime would be on par with the other established patent offices such as that of the UK, US, […]
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Main Features of the Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA)

By Adrian Ee & Ellen Zhu Under the new PDPA, organisations, which include individuals, companies and associations, are required to comply with data protection obligations. The PDPA protects the personal data of both living and deceased individuals. Personal data as defined under the PDPA means any data about an individual who can be indentified from […]
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Employment Law – Entitlement to Retrenchment Benefits

By Roslina Baba Where the contract of employment is governed by Singapore law: there is no legal entitlement to retrenchment benefits unless expressly provided for in the employment contract or in respect of employees who are members of a union that has a collective agreement with the company, in the collective agreement. requirement to pay retrenchment benefits cannot be implied into […]
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The Misuse of Computers

By Chan Yu Meng I am sure by now that many of you would have read in the news not too long ago about two lawyers being charged in Court with offences under the Computer Misuse Act (Cap.50A) for unauthorised copying of computer files from their employer’s computer systems after they had tendered their resignations. […]
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What is a Trade Mark and how to protect it

By Adrian Ee A trade mark can exist in the form of a word, name, signature, numeral, logo, brand, heading, label, shape, colour, aspect of packaging or any combination of the above. A mark that is used in relation to services as opposed to goods is referred to as a “service mark”. Trade marks are […]
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Co-ownership of Immovable Property

By Yeo Swan Neng In this article, we are looking at how 2 or more persons can own an immovable property (whether HDB or private, residential or commercial). The law provides for 2 forms of ownership, joint tenancy and tenancy-in-common. The form of ownership is recorded on the title document for the property and indicates […]
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Investing In New Zealand

By Buddle Findlay New Zealand property and land law Land title system New Zealand utilises a land title system based on the Torrens system which is used in a number of other countries including Australia, the United Kingdom and Singapore. The primary advantage of the Torrens system is that it enables a purchaser of land […]
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