Our people make our Law Firm.

 

We take the view that every member of our Firm should see clearly how their work is meaningful through this unprecedented pandemic.

Please be patient with us and we seek your understanding for delays that have been inevitably caused because of delays from other entities.  We urge you to be kind to our staff who are trying their best, to advance your matter in your best interest.

 

Thank you. 

No threats.

 

No verbal abuse.

 

No physical violence of any kind.

 

 

As a valued Client, we trust that you value our relationship with you.

 

However, if you insult, threaten, endanger, or harm our Staff during any meeting, you will be liable to criminal prosecution. We have a zero-tolerance policy for such behaviour, and we shall not hesitate to seek our full legal recourse against you.  In such an event, you will face penalties and fines of up to S$5,000.00 and imprisonment of up to 6 months, and the punishment which could be doubled if you elect to repeat any of these offences.

 

Thank you for your cooperation

 

 

Stay Healthy.  Stay Secure.

 

 

 

 

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PROTECTION FROM HARASSMENT ACT 2014

 

OFFENCES

 

 

Intentionally causing harassment, alarm or distress

 

3.—(1)  An individual or entity must not, with intent to cause harassment, alarm or distress to another person (called in this section the target person), by any means —

 

  1. use any threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour;

 

  1. make any threatening, abusive or insulting communication; or

 

  1. publish any identity information of the target person or a related person of the target person,

 

and as a result causing the target person or any other person (each called in this section the victim) harassment, alarm or distress.

 

(2)  Any individual or entity that contravenes subsection (1) shall be guilty of an offence and, subject to section 8, shall be liable on conviction to a fine not exceeding $5,000 or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding 6 months or to both.