Leading scholars and practitioners will discuss complex corporate governance issues that confront Asia and globally.
Topics include: role of the courts in constitutional and administrative governance; suitability of court processes; substantive doctrine used by the courts to assess these claims etc.
This course will provide you with the crucial knowledge to create successful contracts that do not just preserve your rights, but also strengthen your commercial relationships.
This lecture will discuss two fundamental (and sometimes conflicting) roles of in-house lawyers -- wise counselor who helps advance the business and the protector of that business.
Topics will include: retaining talent, delivering better client relationships, tech, pricing and digital issues and raising the bar on legal services.
The international character of their activities, the consequences of a breach of their duty of care, and potential defences will be discussed.
The first panel will share their experiences and challenges in climbing the corporate ladder. The second panel will share their thoughts on law and innovation.
The presenter will explain how these commonly arise and are detected, the financial investigations that can ensue and how steps can be taken to reduce the risk of occurrence.
This seminar maps the UK development of FinTech platforms and reconceptualises the reasons behind their growth.
The SMU School of Law warmly invites you to apply to audit LL.M. courses offered in Term 1 of Academic Year 2018/2019.
This course has been designed for busy, legally qualified professionals who have substantial unassessed knowledge and experience of international arbitration.
Join Mr David Foxton,QC as he reviews the rule of law that prevents a shareholder from recovering under a cause of action for loss for which the company also has a cause of action.
Sir Jeremy Cooke will answer questions such as "when a ship is deliberately scuttled and the cargo lost in consequence, do the ordinary rules of remoteness of damage apply to the cargo claim?"
Join the B&C Senior Accredited Specialists as they dissect the amendments to SOPA and discuss how they may impact the payment and adjudication process.
This talk will cover a number of recent developments in the law of legal professional and other types of privilege in the UK and Singapore
This intensive 2-day workshop offers you an opportunity to better understand the nature of conflicts and learn the latest and most effective techniques to end them.
In a fully interactive no-holds-barred session, Michael Thomas QC will take questions from three young lawyers -- an in-house counsel, a deputy public prosecutor and a defence counsel, as well as from the floor.
This conference will investigate cooperative efforts by the numerous existing regional bodies and possible ways forward to improve the state of the marine environment in the region.
Enhanced investigative powers granted to the CIT have altered the balance between CIT’s powers and taxpayers’ rights. Understand what this means for you and your clients.
The series focuses on developments in Singapore and the UK, and where relevant, developments in the EU, US and Australia.