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Guide to Data Privacy: Considerations for Companies (Part 2 of 2)
Business,Business Advice,Cybersecurity,Legal Updates,Regional Law

Reading Time: 8 minutesIn this two part series, Lawyer Yeong WanHsi discusses the various data protection regimes which have been implemented across the globe, the types of protection that they provide and  the legal considerations which companies should bear in mind. In the second part of this series, WanHsi elaborates on the various data privacy policies and data […]

Women in Arbitration: Anneliese Day QC of Fountain Court Chambers
Business,Features,Lawyer Features

Reading Time: 4 minutesAsia Law Network is running this feature to highlight prominent female arbitrators who have carved successful careers for themselves in a male-dominated legal industry. In this interview, we feature Anneliese Day QC, leading silk at Fountain Court Chambers. Anneliese has instructed in several high profile arbitration, adjudication and litigation proceedings in the Energy, Construction and Engineering […]

Consultation Conclusions of New Board Concept Paper (HK)
Business,Hong Kong,Legal Updates,Regional Law

Reading Time: 6 minutesThe Background As addressed in our previous newsletters, the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (the “HKEx”) has published a New Board Concept Paper (the “Concept Paper”) in response to the recent demands that the local stock market shall be refined in light of the rise of the innovative companies. In the Concept Paper, the HKEx has […]

Lawyers in the Pro Bono Movement: Nathan Colless, Volunteer Co-ordinator, Hong Kong Centre for Pro Bono Service Ltd.
Australia,Business,Features,Hong Kong,Lawyer Features,Legal Aid / Pro Bono,Regional Law

Reading Time: 5 minutesIn this feature, we speak to Nathan Colless, a volunteer co-ordinator at the Hong Kong Centre for Pro Bono Service Ltd (“the Centre”). Established in 2014, the Centre is an independent non-profit organization whose mission is to assist and empower the impoverished, distressed or vulnerable in Hong Kong, who are marginalized or disadvantaged due to a lack […]

Guide to Data Privacy: Primer (Part 1 of 2)
Business,Business Advice,Cybersecurity,Legal Updates,Regional Law

Reading Time: 5 minutesIn this two part series, Lawyer Yeong WanHsi discusses the various data protection regimes which have been implemented across the globe, the types of protection that they provide and  the legal considerations which companies should bear in mind. In the first part of this series, she compares the European Union’s GDPR with Singapore’s PDPA and […]

Medical Treatment Gone Wrong – What are your rights as a patient?
Criminal and Litigation,Personal,Personal Injury

Reading Time: 6 minutesThe Hippocratic oath demands that doctors do no harm. Thankfully, most doctors follow this in the exercise of their skills. Sadly, some fall short of the mark in discharging their duties to the patient, whether intentionally or otherwise, while others deliberately engage in unethical practices. In one case, Dr Wong of Raffles Hospital gave a […]

What is a Buy or Sell Agreement?
Australia,Business,Business Advice,Legal Contracts,Properties and Real Estate,Regional Law

Reading Time: 3 minutesA Buy/Sell Agreement (often called a Business Succession Agreement or Buyout Agreement) is a contract that allows for the future payout or sale of your business interests to your business partner(s) upon the occurrence of a trigger event. Typical trigger events include the death or disablement of one of the business partners. Buy/Sell Agreements are […]

Singapore Patents- Court of Appeals Disallows Amendments to Granted Claims in Warner-Lambert Company LLC v Novartis (Singapore) Pte Ltd
Business,Intellectual Property,Legal Updates,Regional Law

Reading Time: 10 minutesIn a decision rendered by Singapore’s Court of Appeal on 1 August 2017, the Court of Appeal dismissed an appeal to make various amendments to patent claims, reasoning that the granted claims were obviously invalid to begin with and that there was undue delay by the plaintiff in seeking amendments. (A)  Who are the parties […]

The new Significant Controllers Register – Revealing Beneficial Ownership of Companies
Business,Business Advice,Hong Kong,Regional Law

Reading Time: 5 minutesIntroduction Following the Financial Services and the Treasury Bureau’s (“FSTB”) consultation conclusion published in April 2017 regarding the enhancement of anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing regulation in Hong Kong, the Companies Ordinance (Cap. 622 of the Laws of Hong Kong) is amended with effect from 1 March 2018 (the “New Requirements”), which requires companies incorporated […]

Start Strong, Choose the Right Business Structure for Your Startup
Australia,Business,Business Advice,Regional Law

Reading Time: 3 minutesThinking of starting a business? One of the first administrative steps is to decide upon your business structure. The business structure you choose will impact upon your startup costs, how much tax you pay, your personal liability, your control over the business and ongoing administrative expenses. Start on the right foot by seeking legal advice. […]

Top 5 Legal Mistakes to Avoid When Marketing
Australia,Business,Business Advice,Intellectual Property,Regional Law

Reading Time: 3 minutesSo, you’re a small business owner and you want to increase your inbound leads? You turn to website development, social media, digital marketing or print or radio ads. That’s fantastic and really exciting. But there are legal pitfalls you could fall into and we’d like to help you avoid them so you can get on […]

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Do you have a right to silence in Singapore?

Reading Time: 9 minutes“You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law.” These are the famous opening sentences of the Miranda warning, a list of rights read out to a person in the United States of America (USA) upon their arrest. This is a derivative […]

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Guide to Data Privacy: Considerations for Companies (Part 2 of 2)

Reading Time: 8 minutesIn this two part series, Lawyer Yeong WanHsi discusses the various data protection regimes which have been implemented across the globe, the types of protection that they provide and  the legal considerations which companies should bear in mind. In the second part of this series, WanHsi elaborates on the various data privacy policies and data […]

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