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Non-delegable duty after Woodland and Tiong Aik

 

Associate Professor Low Kee Yang
School of Law
Singapore Management University

 

 

SYNOPSIS

The subject of the delegability of one's duty of care has troubled judges and academics for some time. In the UK, the landmark decision of Supreme Court's decision in Woodland v STA (2013) was an important step in rationalizing the law on non-delegable duty. Recently, in MCST No 3322 v Tiong Aik [2016] SGCA 40, Singapore's apex court was given the opportunity to revisit this difficult area of law. This seminar examines both the Woodland and the Tiong Aik decisions and its implications on the law as well as the lingering challenges.

 

ABOUT THE SPEAKER

Low Kee Yang is an Associate Professor with the School of Law, Singapore Management University. An author and editor of several law books, including The Law of Guarantees in Singapore & Malaysia, Read the Fine Print: Avoiding Major Legal Pitfalls and Halsbury's Laws of Singapore, Vol 6 - Company Law (2006 Reissue), Dr Low teaches Tort Law and Business Law to undergraduates. His postgraduate teaching includes the teaching of Financial Advisers Law to students in the MSc in Wealth Management programme and Legal Knowledge & Strategy to PhD in Business students.

 

FEES

a. Seminar fee
Seminar fee of S$200* (inclusive of GST) applies.

b. Group discount fee
Group discount fee of S$180* (inclusive of GST) applies if there are at least 10 participants from the same organisation.

c. SMU Alumni fee (for LLB / JD / LLM graduates)
Seminar fee of S$180* (inclusive of GST) applies for SMU LLB / JD / LLM Alumni.

 

*Please note that there will be no refund should participant cancel the registration / did not attend the seminar. However transferring of registration/ substitution can be arranged and notice of transfer/ substitution should be sent to CLE via email: cle@smu.edu.sg, latest by 6 October 2017.

 

SMU School of Law reserves the right to cancel or postpone any events owing to unforeseen circumstances. Refund of seminar fees will be arranged.

 

 

Registration closes on 6 October 2017, subject to availability of seats. 

 

13 October 2017 (Friday)

 

9:00 AM - 12:15 PM
(Registration starts from 8:30 AM onwards)

 

Singapore Management University
School of Law
Level 3, Seminar Room 3.12
55 Armenian Street
Singapore 179943

 

3 points (provided SILE's CPD Attendance Policy is complied with)

 

Personal injury

 

Intermediate

 

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08:30 AM Registration
   
09:00 AM Seminar (Part 1) commence
   
10:30 AM Tea Break
   
10:45 AM Seminar (Part 2) commence
   
12:15 PM End of Event

 

About the SMU Continuing Legal Education

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About the SILE's Continuing Professional Development Scheme

This programme is an Accredited CPD Activity under the SILE’s CPD Scheme. Participants who wish to claim CPD Points are reminded that they must comply strictly with the Attendance Policy set out in the CPD Guidelines. This includes signing-in on arrival and signing-out at the conclusion of the activity in the manner required by the organiser, and not being absent from the entire activity for more than 15 minutes. Participants who do not comply with the Attendance Policy will not be able to obtain CPD Points for attending the activity. Please refer to http://www.silecpdcentre.sg for more information.

 

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