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  1. Falsehood law comin into play? lol... it all started because of the cracked china fairing on the ducati. good luck to the dude. post responsibly
  2. A tycoon who owns a chain of budget hotels is suing the authorised agent of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars here over an alleged flaw in a $1.4 million Phantom limousine he bought four years ago. Mr James Koh Wee Meng, 49, the man behind the Fragrance chain of budget hotels, appointed Senior Counsel Davinder Singh of Drew & Napier to file the suit last November. In it, he claimed the car made loud thumping and whirring noises when moving out of a three-point turn when he took delivery of it on or around Dec 23, 2008. He also claimed that he felt 'significant vibration' from its steering wheel. He claimed the agent, Trans Eurokars, had failed to rectify these repeatedly, and is therefore seeking damages. http://www.straitstimes.com/BreakingNews/S...ory_759941.html
  3. Anybody follow Malaysian politics? Getting very exciting. http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/mobile/malaysia/article/najibs-suit-wont-silence-me-says-dap-lawmaker --------------- Tony Pua I will not be shackled by the defamation suit brought by the Dato’ Seri Najib Razak because I am supported by millions of Malaysians out there who demand good governance, transparency and accountability from the Prime Minister and his Government My lawyer, Gobind Singh who is also the Member of Parliament for Puchong, has received the writ served by Dato’ Seri Najib Razak’s lawyers at 4.30pm yesterday evening. The suit by the Prime Minister accused me of having defamed him in my speech at a DAP Petaling Jaya Fund-Raising Dinner on 3 November 2014 where I spoke extensively on the “mother of the mother of the mother of all scandals”, 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB). This suit is the first defamation suit ever brought by a Prime Minister against a Member of Parliament in Malaysia. It appears that the timing of the suit is coming at a time when 1MDB is facing a massive crisis on all fronts – the inability to service its massive RM42 billion debt, and mounting exposés on fraudulent transactions and even possibly embezzlement billions of ringgit of 1MDB funds. Hence the suit could have been filed as a strategy to silence me and other Government’s critics. However, I would like to inform the Prime Minister that if that was the plan, he has failed miserably. Instead, the suit only strengthened my motivation to pursue, investigate and expose more corruption, abuse of power and incompetence in 1MDB as well as other Government activities, knowing that I am on the right track. I will certainly not be shackled by the suit because I know I am supported by millions of Malaysians who are equally astounded by the sheer audacity of the 1MDB scam. Like me, they demand good governance, transparency and accountability from the Prime Minister and his Government. I would like to declare here that I will contest the suit by the Prime Minister. At the same time, I would like to express my gratitude to the many lawyers who have contacted me to offer their services pro bono. ----------------------------
  4. http://www.collective-evolution.com/2015/02/05/canadians-sued-the-bank-of-canada-won-mainstream-media-government-blacks-out-story/ https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=40Jz0LPQAQY This is fierce man.
  5. Sorry bros. This piece of news I catch no ball. So the director who took $64million loan facility from Goldman to buy stocks kanna forced-sales coz Goldman deemed him defaulted on his debt which subsequently caused the unusual trading activities of that 3 penny stocks which were subsequently suspended? http://www.singaporelawwatch.org/slw/index.php/headlines/33646-third-penny-stock-case-against-goldman Source Straits Times Date 27 Nov 2013 Author Rachel Scully Third penny stock case against Goldman Blumont director says bank breached duty by force-selling his shares ANOTHER shareholder caught in the trading debacle over the Blumont Group, LionGold Corp and Asiasons Capital penny stocks is suing global bank Goldman Sachs. Mr James Hong claims the bank, which had given him a credit facility of more than $64 million, breached its duty of care when it force-sold his shares in the three firms last month. He is the third person to take legal action against the bank. Ipco International chief executive Quah Su-Ling and LionGold independent director Ng Su Ling, who is also Ipco's company secretary, have both commenced legal proceedings. Recent media reports said Ms Quah had loans in excess of $61 million with Goldman Sachs. Singapore-based Mr Hong, an executive director at Blumont, first bought shares of Asiasons and LionGold in 2007. Last year, he received some Blumont shares in his capacity as the firm's executive director, according to documents filed with Britain's High Court on Monday. Mr Hong had also come to know Mr William Chan, chief executive and chairman of Stamford Management, last year. Mr Chan offered to act as an investment consultant and assist Mr Hong in procuring loan facilities from banks for his investments. He later told Mr Hong that Goldman Sachs would be willing to extend a loan facility to him against his shares in Asiasons and LionGold. Mr Chan also introduced Ms Quah to the bank. Mr Hong opened an account with Goldman Sachs in February this year, pledging his Asiasons shares in exchange for proceeds he could use to buy LionGold stock. The size of his account with Goldman Sachs was estimated at about $12.4 million then. In September, the bank agreed to fund the cost of the 1.75 million Blumont shares Mr Hong would take up as part of its rights issue. However, things took a turn on Oct 2, a day after the Singapore Exchange (SGX) asked Blumont to explain how its market value had jumped more than 12 times to $6.3 billion within nine months. Mr Hong's court papers show that a Goldman Sachs representative e-mailed him a demand notice at 11.48am on Oct 2, stating that he had to repay the $64 million loan in cash by 1.30pm that same day, less than two hours later. Mr Hong then received an e-mail at 1.36pm stating that as he had defaulted on his payments, Goldman Sachs would "exercise its rights to appropriate all or any of his assets it held" to pay off his loan. The next day, Mr Hong told Goldman Sachs that he had obtained an alternative loan facility of $40 million from BHP International Markets in exchange for 27.4 million Asiasons shares. Despite this proposal to pay off his loan, Goldman continued to sell his stakes in the three counters. These transactions carried on through Oct 23, even after the SGX had lifted its designation status on the three stocks. Mr Hong contends that Goldman Sachs had "arbitrarily, capriciously, perversely and irrationally" sold the shares even when their values had fallen by 70 to 90 per cent. The bank continued to sell the shares even after the SGX announced that it was "apparently engaged in an investigation into the trading and price fluctuations" of the three stocks, alleges Mr Hong. He is suing for damages, interest and costs. rjscully@sph.com.sg Source: Straits Times © Singapore Press Holdings Ltd. Permission required for reproduction.
  6. Like that also can? next time dun leave your sperm anyway, make sure they are all dead or dried [laugh]
  7. not sure also can operate meh? :huh:
  8. Apparently the insurer don't want to pay since it is a "collision" and not an "accident" If you put aside the anti-tiong sentiment for a while, what do you think of insurer's actions? If they get their way, will it set a unhealthy precedence for future accidents? Or maybe they know the real reason why Ma Chi cheong the red light but cannot say.
  9. Forget about erections lasting four hours or more. One California man claims he has had one that's lasted 20 months
  10. Woman sues over fall at Changi Airport By Amanda Yong, The New Paper | Fri, Jan 20 2012 She was walking towards the airport departure gate to board a flight to Hong Kong when she said she stepped on a loose carpet slab and fell. Ms Stephanie Costonis, an American citizen, suffered injuries to her neck, right wrist, right knee and ankle. Since the incident at Changi Airport Terminal 3 three years ago, she spent more than $125,000 on medical treatment - including knee surgery - alone, she claimed in documents filed with the High Court. Ms Costonis, the vice-president of DHL Express (Singapore), is now suing the Changi Airport Group (CAG) for negligence. Through her lawyer S. Palaniappan, she is seeking compensation of $128,000 for medical expenses, physiotherapy treatment and transport expenses incurred as a result of her injuries. She is also asking for damages for future medical expenses estimated at $141,000, loss of future earnings, loss of earning capacity, and future transport expenses. Apart from these, Ms Costonis is claiming provisional damages till the year 2026 in the event that her knee condition deteriorates and requires additional operations. Link: http://www.relax.com.sg/relax/news/907956/...gi_Airport.html What's next? Sue the car-maker cos they didn't make a car that could avoid an accident?
  11. Madam Tan Ah Lai, 59, claims she slipped as she was walking down a staircase, which was unlit and had sand on it. The self-employed businesswoman sustained multiple bruises to her face and left leg. She also damaged her teeth and suffered depression. According to a report in the Straits Times, developer Keppel Land, however, denies negligence, saying she was at least partly to blame because she could have chosen to use a sloping walkway with handrails. This is believed to be the first case of its kind to reach the courts, and the outcome could have implications on the way developers are expected to look after people who visit their show flats. The accident happened when Madam Tan and her family members visited the show flat at the Lakefront Residences condominium project next to Lakeside MRT station on Nov 10 last year reported the Straits Times. She claimed the only access and exit from the show flat was via a common staircase. She said that this was not lit and there was sand on the steps. She filed court documents claiming she stepped on the sand as she came down the stairs, causing her to fall on her face. Her injuries made her look unsightly and curbed her daily activities, such as exercising, and affected her self-confidence. She attached medical reports and bills to support her claims. Her lawyer, Mr Madan Assomull, alleged in court papers that the developers had failed to protect her from injury, pointing out the staircase should have had handrails or guides. Keppel countered that Madam Tan had the choice of using an alternative sloping walkway with handrails if she had deemed it too dangerous to use the stairs. Its lawyer K. Anparasan said the area was properly lit. He claimed Madam Tan failed to exercise proper care when she used the steps. There was also no need to place any warning boards as the staircase did not constitute an 'unusual danger'.
  12. Would you relate these products sold in the mentioned departmental store to the REAL thing? when the mentioned trademark was not used in their own product line and sold at 1% of its price?
  13. LOCKED inside the school building one Saturday afternoon, teacher Sivakami Sivanantham panicked and hurt herself while trying to get out. Now she is suing the Ministry of Education (MOE) for damages. Ms Sivakami climbed through a ventilation opening to eventually find herself hanging by her hands close to 4m above the ground in the rear of the building. She then let go, falling to the ground and fracturing her ankle. The 39-year-old teacher was hospitalised at the Singapore General Hospital for a week but was in and out of the hospital for about seven operations. All told, she was on medical leave for more than a year. In her suit, Ms Sivakami is claiming that the ministry had been negligent in not ensuring that she had a safe working environment. Because she was locked within the premises, she also contends through her lawyer, Mr Perumal Athitham, that the MOE caused her wrongful or false imprisonment. Yesterday, on the first day of the hearing, Ms Sivakami, who appeared frail, gave Justice Belinda Ang of the High Court a detailed account of what led to the incident. The court heard how she had returned to Zhangde Primary School at 9am on Saturday, Feb 11, four years ago to prepare for the following week
  14. The China Post/Asia News Network TAIPEI, Taiwan -- A 15-year-old girl sued a man for sexual assault, out of anger that the man refused to have sex with her due to her weight. The 18-year-old college male was not indicted for sexual assault because the planned sexual encounter was consensual, yet he was taken into custody for trying to have sex with a minor, police said. The incident took place when the girl, a ninth grader measuring 155 centimeters in height and 80 kilograms in weight, hooked up with the man on the Internet. The two soon developed a lewd, lascivious virtual relationship and had online sex each time they chatted over the web. When they decided it was time to do it for real, they met up. The man almost ditched the girl upon seeing her weight, yet still decided to give it a try. Once at the man's house, the girl slipped off her clothes and asked the man to hit the bed immediately. The man was totally unable to get into the mood, and could not get aroused even when he covered the girl's face with a pillow, trying not to see her. He then asked the girl to go into the bathroom to moan and gratify herself, while he masturbated. The girl felt her dignity was trampled upon and sued the man for sexual assault. -The China Post/Asia News Network
  15. Fri, Jun 04, 2010 The China Post/Asia News Network TAIPEI, Taiwan -- A 15-year-old girl sued a man for sexual assault, out of anger that the man refused to have sex with her due to her weight. The 18-year-old college male was not indicted for sexual assault because the planned sexual encounter was consensual, yet he was taken into custody for trying to have sex with a minor, police said. The incident took place when the girl, a ninth grader measuring 155 centimeters in height and 80 kilograms in weight, hooked up with the man on the Internet. The two soon developed a lewd, lascivious virtual relationship and had online sex each time they chatted over the web. When they decided it was time to do it for real, they met up. The man almost ditched the girl upon seeing her weight, yet still decided to give it a try. Once at the man's house, the girl slipped off her clothes and asked the man to hit the bed immediately. The man was totally unable to get into the mood, and could not get aroused even when he covered the girl's face with a pillow, trying not to see her. He then asked the girl to go into the bathroom to moan and gratify herself, while he masturbated. The girl felt her dignity was trampled upon and sued the man for sexual assault. -The China Post/Asia News Network http://news.asiaone.com/News/Latest%2BNews...604-220190.html
  16. Sun, Apr 04, 2010 AFP NEW YORK - A 12-year-old New York schoolgirl who was arrested and handcuffed for doodling on her classroom desk is suing police for one million dollars, a report said Saturday. Lawyers for Alexa Gonzalez claim police used excessive force and violated her rights in the February incident at Junior High School 190 in the Queens neighborhood. Gonzalez's mother, Moraima Camacho, told the Daily News that the schoolgirl merely scribbled "I love my friends Abby and Faith" - in washable green ink - when teachers pounced on her and dragged her to the dean's office. Police were called and officers cuffed and arrested the pre-teen. At the police station she was handcuffed to a pole for more than two hours, according to the lawsuit against the police and education departments. The city could not be reached immediately for comment. Officials have previously said the arrest was a mistake. "The whole situation has been a nightmare," Camacho was quoted as saying in the Daily News.
  17. Interesting to see how this will turn out... ST article - Cleaner sues Esplanade
  18. http://www.straitstimes.com/Breaking%2BNew...ory_384738.html This guy is a disgrace, selfish b------d to me...
  19. Apollo

    Sky sista sues towkay soh

    Stewardess suing Venture Corp CEO's wife for allegedly slapping her By Teo Xuanwei, TODAY | Posted: 12 February 2008 0639 hrs SINGAPORE: A Singapore Airlines (SIA) flight attendant is taking the wife of one of Singapore's richest men, Mr Wong Ngit Liong, to court for allegedly slapping her on a flight from Singapore to Tokyo last year. Madam Tan Siew Hoon, the wife of Venture Corp chairman and chief executive Mr Wong, 65, is alleged to have struck Ms Then Jiamin on the cheek sometime during that flight on Sept 20, after she saw her speaking to Mr Wong. The SIA flight attendant was serving passengers in business class, including the Wongs. According to the writ of summons
  20. Being such a huge company, with a huge legal panel behind them, they are sure to know if they will win in court treat customers so badly (at mentioned in this forum) and bring staff to court what is happening isn't this company was set up for the common people I am many insurance policies with NTUC ... am I screwed or what please do give some encouraging words or wisdom http://newpaper.asia1.com.sg/news/story/0,...,143009,00.html?
  21. The roadmap to the courts By Leong Wee Keat, TODAY | Posted: 24 November 2006 0734 hrs Photos 1 of 1 SINGAPORE: The Singapore Land Authority (SLA) has filed a civil suit against Virtual Map - the company behind streetdirectory.com - for copyright infringement. The copyright material in question: Singapore's map data and street information, which the SLA had licensed to Virtual Map, but whose licence the authority terminated in July 2004. The statutory board claimed that after the termination, Virtual Map continued to sell and distribute its maps. It also created new maps, which the SLA alleges are reproductions of the authority's works. The SLA is seeking damages and an injunction to restrain Virtual Map from further infringement of the data. It also wants Virtual Map to disclose the names and addresses of all persons or companies that it has distributed the maps to. Additionally, the SLA is also seeking an order to destroy all documents, materials or images in which copyright breaches have occurred. The suit, filed in October last year, was confirmed on Thursday by an SLA spokesperson. On Wednesday, the SLA launched a website that allows non-commercial users to download maps for free, presenting an alternative to the popular streetdirectory.com. While non-corporate users can download maps from streetdirectory.com for free, Virtual Map imposes charges for commercial entities wanting to do the same. In the past two years, the company has brought suits against five companies here for copyright infringements, after they reproduced Virtual Map's location maps on their websites. All the suits were settled out of court. When asked about the suit brought against it by the SLA, Virtual Map and its lawyer Low Chai Chong declined comment. Under the seven licence agreements it had signed with SLA, Virtual Map claimed that the digitised data received was "raw" and bears "no substantial similarity" to the ones they later produced. The defendant further argued that the maps it created were "original literary and artistic works" and were the product of their own "skill, effort and labour". Virtual Map also argued that under the agreements, it was an implied term that the defendant would be allowed to keep any maps created, and to maintain, market, distribute and sell them. It added that there were also no "express terms" in the licence agreements requiring it to destroy maps that may have contained SLA's original data, upon termination of the agreements. Both parties are set to appear before the Subordinate Courts on Jan 8. - TODAY
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