An illustrous panel will will discuss smart contracts in relation to contracts law and intellectual property, the boom of ICOs and the recent emergence of STOs.
Legal experts and computer scientists are developing tools they believe will give lawyers an edge by data-mining past decisions to predict judicial outcomes.
This article summarises the challenges that AI brings to dispute resolution lawyers.
Crypto-assets raise specific challenges for regulators and market participants due to lack of clarity in the regulatory framework. This session will provide a brief intro on the basics and cover international tax and legal aspects of ICOs.
'Living document' will guide businesses and evolve along with changes in digital economy.
Singapore's Ministry of Law has reiterated that crypto currencies are not legal tender and businesses should do due diligence before accepting this form of payment.
Law firms big and small here are not spared from impact of new technology and the disruption it brings.
The key changes are intended to reflect the Telecommunications Act amendments introduced in 2017, as well as to keep pace with market and technology developments.
SGX RegCo’s main concern is how the issuer safeguards its own interest and that of its shareholders when it conducts an ICO.
The Guide provides general guidance on the application of the securities laws in relation to offers or issues of digital tokens in Singapore.
The document sets out 14 principles for firms to consider when assessing existing or developing new internal frameworks to govern the use of AI and data analytics.
The writer seeks to find a balance between mitigating enterprise failure risk and financial loss to the public consumer with reasonable protection to the consumer.
Announced on 11 Nov, this achievement will help simplify post-trade processes and further shorten settlement cycles.
This article provides a summary of the key changes to the 2018 Guide.
The public consultation phase for the Sandbox Express will conclude on 13 December 2018.
This article discusses the exciting possibilities that blockchain technology creates both the "traditional" financial services industry and the so-called "disruptors".