03 April 2018
Commercial software development contracts (otherwise known as software service agreements) have some unique considerations that other commercial contracts may not have. This is a brief primer on some key issues that you should think about when entering into such a contract, whether you are the software developer (the "Developer") or the client looking to onboard the software (the "Client").
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28 February 2018
Foo Soon Yien
Most companies in Singapore usually include non-compete provisions or restrictive covenants in their contracts of employment. This is especially so when they have a legitimate interest to protect.
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6 September 2017
In a commercialised economy such as Singapore, there are a plenty of large scale construction project opportunities available. The most common method of awarding such projects is through the process of competitive tenders. This generally refers to the process of governmental organisations or other institutions inviting bids for projects within a specified time-limit.
The awarding of projects is generally seen as positive for the successful tenderer. However, one must consider the potential pitfalls in dealing with such contracts.
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