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Article Top court dismisses appeal on arbitration award
By: K.C. VIJAYAN SENIOR LAW CORRESPONDENT,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (HOME)  30/11/2018
African investor-state dispute

Court of Appeal rules in favour of Lesotho against firm seeking to restore award on mine leases

Singapore's top court has ruled in favour of Lesotho against a South African diamond mining company seeking to restore an arbitration award on its mine leases expropriated by the kingdom.   (566 words)
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Article The City Harvest leaders case
The New Paper  The New Paper  (NEWS FRONT PAGE)  22/02/2018
After the Court of Appeal ruled in favour of the lighter sentences, Chew asked to defer his sentence again to spend Chinese New Year with his family.   (195 words)
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Article Sakae founder wins legal battle against ex-director
By: GRACE LEONG,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (TOP OF THE NEWS)  30/06/2018
Court of Appeal rules substantially in favour of founder in acrimonious six-year tussle

An acrimonious six-year-long legal battle between Sakae Sushi chain founder Douglas Foo and a former Sakae Holdings director has finally ended, with the Court of Appeal ruling substantially in Mr Foo's favour.   (681 words)
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Asia News Network Businessman Vijay Mallya permitted to appeal against extradition to India
By: HT?CORRESPONDENT,   Hindustan Times (India)  Hindustan Times (India)/Asia News Network  02/07/2019
Legal experts had earlier indicated that the court could permit him to appeal if new grounds or evidence not previously considered in lower courts are cited. The Westminster Magistrates Court ruled in favour of Mallya's extradition in December 2018.   (385 words)
Article Feud casts cloud over empire
By: LESLIE LOPEZ REGIONAL CORRESPONDENT IN KUALA LUMPUR,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (TOP OF THE NEWS)  14/01/2018

The High Court and Court of Appeal have ruled in their favour and an application for leave to appeal to the Federal Court is now pending. The suit filed by Keong Hoe and Seok Leng is against Infoline – the trustee of the family trust, where their uncle Chee Wah is a director.   (1715 words)
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Online Engineering company loses appeal over worksite fatality, sees fine increased
By: ESTHER KOH,   The Straits Times Online  The Straits Times Online  (SINGAPORE)  17/04/2018


The High Court dismissed the company's appeal and ruled in favour of the prosecution, increasing the fine to $330,000, the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) said on Tuesday (April 17).   (352 words)
Article What's next for Malaysia? Mahathir moves to shore up political clout
By: LESLIE LOPEZ REGIONAL CORRESPONDENT,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (INSIGHT)  13/05/2018

That court ruling will be appealed in the coming weeks and should the court rule in favour of the dissidents and the party is declared illegal, Dr Mahathir's PPBM could emerge as the new vehicle for Umno leaders to take refuge in.   (1248 words)
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Asia News Network Vijay Mallya's new challenge to extradition comes up in UK court tomorrow
By: PRASUN SONWALKAR,   Hindustan Times (India)  Hindustan Times (India)/Asia News Network  01/07/2019
Legal experts say permission to appeal may be granted if new grounds or evidence not previously considered in lower courts are cited. The Westminster Magistrates Court ruled in favour of Mallya's extradition in December 2018.   (445 words)
Online ACPAM's ex-interim CEO loses appeal against Pine Capital
By: LEE MEIXIAN,   The Business Times Online  The Business Times Online  (COMPANIES & MARKETS)  06/06/2019


In effect, the High Court did not grant the plaintiff permission to appeal against its decisions. It ruled against the plaintiff and in favour of the company.

Pine Capital said it will continue to seek legal advice from its legal advisers and will continue to take the necessary steps to vigorously defend the action.   (324 words)
Asia News Network One country, two systems' a success in Hong Kong
The Nation (Thailand)  The Nation (Thailand)/Asia News Network  (THE NATION)  04/03/2018
In the case against the three students, the Court of Final Appeal actually quashed the sentences of imprisonment substituted by the intermediate appellate court that ruled in favour of the review of sentence sought by the prosecution. It is firm evidence that our judiciary operates independently, free from any interference.   (356 words)
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