Amendment to Personal Data Protection Act

This article discusses the salient amendment introduced by the Personal Data Protection (Amendment) Bill which was read for the first time in Parliament on 5 October 2020, and passed on 2 November 2020.

Amendment to Personal Data Protection Act


HIGH COURT CONSIDERS NOVEL ISSUES IN THE APPLICATION OF SECTION 47 OF THE BMSMA

This article discusses a recent High Court decision applying Section 47(1)(b)(viii) of the BMSMA to documents obtained by a management corporation while representing subsidiary proprietors in an appeal to the Land Acquisition Appeals Board over compensation awards for the compulsory acquisition of land.

HIGH COURT CONSIDERS NOVEL ISSUES IN THE APPLICATION OF SECTION 47 OF THE BMSMA


Lee & Lee rated as a “top firm” for Intellectual Property matters in Singapore in May 2020.

We are pleased to inform that Lee & Lee’s Intellectual Property (IP)
practice has recently been rated as a “Tier 1” practice for all areas of IP
practice. This affirms our philosophy of providing cost-efficient and
commercially-oriented solutions to our clients. We also take this opportunity
to thank our clients and network of associates.

For more information, see “IP Rankings: Asia’s Best Firms for Intellectual Property” by Asian Legal Business.


Workplace Closure

To all our valued clients

In compliance with the Singapore government’s decision to close all workplaces, our physical office at Singapore Land Tower will  be closed until 1 June 2020 or such later date as the government may decide. However, our firm remains open and we are committed to serving you during this period.

We have moved all our lawyers and staff to work-from-home
arrangements and they remain contactable by their office number or email.
Kindly do not post, fax or deliver items to […]


Strata Titles Board Orders Removal Of Glass Curtains At Balcony, Says Residents Should Not Try To “Game The System”

This case update discusses a recent decision of the Strata Titles Board to order removal of glass curtains installed at a balcony. The decision dealt with the issue of subsidiary proprietors’ rights to install safety devices, and the impact of installations on the appearance of the building and floor area of the building.

Strata Titles Board Orders Removal Of Glass Curtains At Balcony, Says Residents Should Not Try To “Game The System”