The year 2018 can be characterised by a word - change. To support members and the tax community, SIATP and IRAS bring an "excellence decoded" session on tax compliance.
This year’s Conference examines some of the key challenges trust companies need to consider and address as they endeavour to enact clear digital transformation strategies.
The course covers aspects of the licensing of intellectual property – trademarks, copyright, patents and registered designs.
Wong Li Tein and Carol Loi will share on the POHA's application in cyber safety, how to identify signs of cyber bullying in both adults and children, and how to manage the emotional upheavals that follow.
The criminal defender will understand the law and mechanics of appeals.
The seminar will discuss the relevant IP laws in Myanmar, including the Merchandize Marks Act, the Patents and Designs (Emergency Provisions) Act 1946 and the Copyright Act 1914, as well as case law and new draft IP laws.
This conference brings together key players and well-known names from the marine insurance and legal market. The panelists will discuss key issues of concern to the industry.
While Singapore is generally pro-parallel imports, there is a balance between competing interests of the right owner, consumers, competition and marketplace. The balance for each IP regime is different.
This seminar aims to provide an overall of the applicable principles on the construction of contractual terms in Singapore through a consolidation of the relevant law, as well as the latest updates, current to 2018.
Leigh-Ann Mulcahy QC and Simon Goh from Rajah & Tann will discuss these issues and how they will or may evolve in Singapore.
This seminar will consider recent and proposed reforms to substantive and procedural criminal laws, including the Penal Code and the Prevention of Corruption Act.
Aedit Abdullah J will focus on “The Obsolescent Judge”, canvassing the contemporary transformations in Singapore’s landscape and their impact on the role of Judges.
This workshop aims to place the shipping and freight forwarding contracts in their commercial context and explains the resulting legal requirements for the execution of the shipping and insurance arrangements.
This lecture explores the extent arbitration, litigation and mediation been honed to make Singapore a conducive and appropriate forum to support the maritime industry in Singapore.
Working as a charity lawyer is varied and challenging. What types of legal structure do charities have to take note? What constitutes as a conflict of interest in such organisations?
This seminar explores the available mechanisms under the ADB's Infrastructure Referee Programme, where parties in a PPP infrastructure project may obtain funding support and technical assistance for dispute prevention and resolution.
WongP's Corporate Governance and Compliance partners will take you through the 2018 Code and Practice Guidance, the changes to the Listing Rules, and discuss the implications for SGX-listed companies.
Day 1 will cover end-of-life issues, including AMDs and the MCA. Day 2 will cover ethical and legal issues relating to organ transplants.
The authors trace and explain the development and current state of intellectual property law in Singapore and offer a comprehensive summary of the courts’ approach.
Law Firms: Prepare to Manage, Prepare to Lead. Local and international speakers deliver practical insights to help firms prepare for their futures.