eOASIS is Rajah & Tann Singapore LLPs legal information website for clients, containing business and legal information prepared from a practitioners viewpoint. It has four different modules, updated regularly, and materials range from commentaries on the latest legal developments to key legal and business information.
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The case of Zhu Xiu Chun (alias Myint Myint Kyi) v Rockwills Trustee Ltd (administrators of the estate of and on behalf of the dependents of Heng Ang Tee Franklin, deceased)  SGCA 52 is a landmark decision on the quantum of damages in personal injury cases. In particular, it provides a guide on calculating damages for dependants of the injured or deceased. This Update summarises the key point of the decision.
On 10 October 2016, the Minister for Manpower announced that the MOM is currently subjecting some 300 Employment Pass application from about 250 companies to additional scrutiny, as these companies were found to be 'triple weak'. This highlights that there has been no abatement to the MOM's efforts to ensure compliance with the Fair Consideration Framework, which was first introduced in 2013. Businesses are therefore encouraged to review their existing HR practices to ensure that they remain compliant to avoid any inconveniences.
On 5 July 2016, the second draft of the Cybersecurity Law of the People's Republic of China (the "draft Cybersecurity Law") was published by the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress of the People's Republic China (the "PRC"). This Update examines the key obligations contained in the Draft Cybersecurity Law, and assesses the impact of its provisions on businesses operating in the PRC technology sphere.