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Article DMX sues Deloitte, alleging professional negligence
By: ANGELA TAN,   The Business Times  The Business Times  (INVESTING & WEALTH COMPANIES)  07/10/2017
angelat@sph.com.sg
Singapore
DMX Technologies Group is suing Deloitte & Touche LLP for losses and damages suffered as a result of alleged professional negligence by its former auditor.
Based in Hong Kong and listed in Singapore in 2002, DMX is a digital media solutions provider with offices scattered in Asia, including   (656 words)
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Article Widow sues lab, pathologist for negligence
By: SELINA LUM, LAW CORRESPONDENT,   The New Paper  The New Paper  (NEWS)  17/01/2018
director, Dr Tan Hong Wui, were negligent for failing to detect a malignant cancer in a skin sample taken from her husband Peter Traynor in 2009.
A hearing into the medical negligence suit started in the High Court yesterday.
Mr Traynor was a Singapore-based executive IT specialist manager with IBM who earned about half a million dollars a year.
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Asia News Network Negligence charges against SDMC school
By: HT CORRESPONDENT,   Hindustan Times (India)  Hindustan Times (India)/Asia News Network  21/02/2019
NEW DELHI, Feb. 21 -- In a case of alleged negligence at a municipality-run school in west Delhi's Sagarpur, a seven-year-old boy broke his elbow bone in a fight with a classmate when the class teacher was allegedly away on phone. In the incident that reportedly took place on February 1, the student, Ritwik, dislocated a bone and has been advised   (308 words)
Article Cancer patient's claims of negligence dismissed
By: K.C. VIJAYAN SENIOR LAW CORRESPONDENT,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (HOME)  27/02/2018
The High Court has dismissed negligence claims against a hospital and three doctors by a woman who alleged that if a nodule in her lung had been detected as cancerous five years earlier, it would have made a difference.
After a 28-day trial, Justice Belinda Ang found that the nodule in the right lung of Ms Noor Azlin Abdul Rahman was benign   (589 words)
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Article Courts should handle medical negligence cases
The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (FORUM)  10/11/2017
proceedings against doctors highlights the problem encountered with medical negligence cases (Hard to get experts to testify, says SMC; Nov 1).
The Singapore Medical Council (SMC) deals with all the complaints against doctors, ranging from alcoholism to medical negligence.
The problem arises when unhappy patients make use of the SMC to get a   (302 words)
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Article Cancer patient's negligence claims fail
By: K.C. VIJAYAN, SENIOR LAW CORRESPONDENT,   The New Paper  The New Paper  (NEWS)  27/02/2018
Lung nodule detected by CGH doctors 'was initially benign', judge finds
The High Court has dismissed negligence claims against a hospital and three doctors by a woman who alleged that if a nodule in her lung had been detected as cancerous five years earlier, it would have made a difference.
After a 28-day trial, Justice Belinda Ang found that   (620 words)
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Online Worker hurt while 'moonlighting' wins negligence claim
By: K.C. VIJAYAN,   The New Paper Online  The New Paper Online  (NEWS)  21/05/2017
15:13:56 K. C. VIJAYAN, SENIOR LAW CORRESPONDENT, THE STRAITS TIMES The High Court rejected an employer's defence that an injured construction worker should not benefit from a negligence claim as he had been moonlighting at the time, which is against public policy. Judicial Commissioner Audrey Lim ruled the defence "blatantly" ignored the fact that the employers   (492 words)
Article Lorry driver's negligence led to passenger's amputated leg
By: SHAFFIQ ALKHATIB,   The New Paper  The New Paper  (NEWS)  02/02/2018
A lorry passenger had to have his left leg amputated below the knee in 2016 after the driver crashed the vehicle. Singaporean Natesan Ravi was jailed for a week yesterday for causing grievous hurt by negligent driving. He was also disqualified from driving for 11/2 years.
The court heard that at   (184 words)
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Asia News Network India: Negligence likely cause of train derailment
By: NEWS DESK,   The Statesman (India)  The Statesman (India)/Asia News Network  21/08/2017
Negligence at the local level appears to have caused the derailment of the Utkal Express on Saturday night, one of the deadliest train accidents in recent times in which at least 24 people were killed and over 150 injured, 26 of them grievously. A probe has been ordered to ascertain the exact cause of last evening's derailment, with railway minister   (1004 words)
Article Worker hurt while 'moonlighting' wins negligence claim
By: K.C. VIJAYAN,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (HOME)  20/05/2017
of proper permit K. C. Vijayan Senior Law Correspondent The High Court rejected an employer's defence that an injured construction worker should not benefit from a negligence claim as he had been moonlighting at the time, which is against public policy. Judicial Commissioner Audrey Lim ruled the defence "blatantly" ignored the fact that the   (813 words)
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