Law Society of Singapore v Leong Pek Gan

JurisdictionSingapore
CourtCourt of Three Judges (Singapore)
JudgeChao Hick Tin JA,Andrew Phang Boon Leong JA,Judith Prakash JA
Judgment Date07 November 2016
Neutral Citation[2016] SGHC 250
Citation[2016] SGHC 250
Plaintiff CounselDhillon Dinesh Singh and Wang Jingyi (Allen & Gledhill LLP)
Hearing Date03 October 2016
Defendant CounselMichael Khoo SC, Josephine Low and Chiok Beng Piow Andy (Michael Khoo & Partners)
Published date09 November 2016
Date07 November 2016
Docket NumberOriginating Summons No 4 of 2015
Subject MatterLegal Profession,Disciplinary Proceedings,Professional Conduct,Breach
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3 cases
  • Law Society of Singapore v Chan Chun Hwee Allan
    • Singapore
    • Court of Three Judges (Singapore)
    • 30 January 2018
    ...320 (refd) Law Society of Singapore v Kurubalan s/o Manickam Rengaraju [2013] 4 SLR 91 (refd) Law Society of Singapore v Leong Pek Gan [2016] 5 SLR 1131 (refd) Law Society of Singapore v Ng Bock Hoh Dixon [2012] 1 SLR 348 (refd) Law Society of Singapore v Ng Cher Yeow [1999] 3 SLR(R) 596; [......
  • Law Society of Singapore v Ezekiel Peter Latimer
    • Singapore
    • Court of Three Judges (Singapore)
    • 9 April 2019
    ...to the interests of an unsophisticated client would ordinarily aggravate his culpability (see Law Society of Singapore v Leong Pek Gan [2016] 5 SLR 1131 at [17]). A similar sentiment was echoed by this court in Law Society of Singapore v Ahmad Khalis bin Abdul Ghani [2006] 4 SLR(R) 308 in i......
  • Invest-Ho Properties Pte Ltd v Karuppiah Tanapalan and another
    • Singapore
    • High Court (Singapore)
    • 22 November 2017
    ...of Three Judges thereafter imposed upon her a term of suspension of two-and-a-half years (Law Society of Singapore v Leong Pek Gan [2016] 5 SLR 1131 at [19]). Subsequent to Leong Pek Gan, the Defendants sought leave from Aedit Abdullah JC for further arguments regarding the Consent Judgment......

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