Singapore Companies and Securities Law Cases

  • Includes decisions of the courts of Singapore from 2001-2016
  • Reproduces judgments by respective courts to allow accurate reading of the judgment
  • Provides regular updates incorporating amendments made to the Companies and Securities Legislation and features concise summaries of the sections

Singapore Law Reports (SLR) Case Analysis

  • Singapore Law Reports Case analysis documents provide important details and links for Singapore case law.
  • Case summaries (where available) includes party names, catch-words and subject phrases.
  • Links you directly to cited legislation within Westlaw Asia to enhance your research experience.


Singapore Legislation

  • Comprehensive coverage of over 6000 pieces of in-force Singapore legislation
  • Search or browse all Singapore Current Acts, Subsidiary legislation and Constitutional documents
  • Singapore legislation analysis documents link legislation provisions to case citations, journals, and commentary content for enhanced research navigation


Singapore Civil Procedure 2018 (Volume 1 & 2): An indispensable reference for any civil litigator, written for legal practitioners and reviewed by judges, legal officers and practice leaders, giving you the weight of authority when referencing it in court. The White Book contains in-depth annotations, analysis of the Rules of Court, and identifies key legal issues.


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Commentary by Subject

A time saving tool to present all the commentary chapters from across our entire library of titles into searchable subject groups based on area of law.


  • Asian Legal Business (from 2013 onwards) combines news and analysis from our team of professional legal journalists and the expert opinion of senior industry professionals with the same Reuters news and insights that power businesses across Asia.


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  • Stay current with the latest legal developments. Highlights from the most important legal developments announced by key institutions and organisations as and when they happen