Lawyer drops $7.6m lawsuit against cabby

Matter resolved amicably at mediation, with terms of settlement remaining confidential

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A lawyer who sought $7.6 million from a taxi driver for a whiplash injury from an accident that disrupted her career plans has dropped the lawsuit, having resolved the case amicably.

Ms Moi Sok Ling, who is an award-winning intellectual property lawyer with nearly 20 years of law firm experience, had sued Mr Aw Ah Sing in 2015 after his taxi rear-ended the car she was driving, leading to personal injuries.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on November 15, 2019, with the headline Lawyer drops $7.6m lawsuit against cabby. Subscribe