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29 November 2008
The Straits Times

"FINED FOR WORKER FRAUD"

Features case handled by Mr. Chia Boon Teck.

24 November 2008
The Straits Times

"CATCHING THE ‘ZZZ’S? NOT IN COURTS HERE"

“…the monotony of some court proceedings can have a soothing lullaby effect of a person…It’s of course unacceptable for anyone to fall asleep on the job, regardless of the nature of the job but at the end of the day, we are all humans.” – Mr. Chia Boon Teck

03 November 2008
The New Paper

"LAWYER IS SHOCKED TO SEE HERSELF ON ‘LEGAL’ WEBSITE"

“Thats my picture, but its not me” … Ms. Wong Kai Yun

14 September 2008
The Sunday Times

"WHY NOT EVERYONE DESERVES MERCY"

Desperation is no excuse for crime

“[Desperation] is not a defence or a pardonable reason for committing an offence or else anyone with his own set of desperate circumstances would simply break the law, thinking that he would be pardoned if caught.” – Mr. Chia Boon Teck

01 September 2008
The Straits Times

"WORK PASS LIES: JAIL SOUGHT FOR BOSSES"

MOM wants more than fine to send strong signal to employers that such fraud won’t be tolerated.

Features case handled by Mr. Chia Boon Teck.

26 August 2008
Today Newspaper

"AT 18, THEY CAN SUE – AND BE SUED?"

“Our budding entrepreneurs must understand that contractual rights come with contractual liabilities. They may not set up a company or a business with a legal suit in mind, but they must know that they may be sued if they fail to perform their part in any contracts that they enter into…I wonder if the authorities are anticipating a flood of young women entrepreneurs, since most of our young men aged between 18 and 21 will be in National Service.” – Mr. Chia Boon Teck