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Reduction of Government Fees for Corporate Registration in Thailand
Business,Legal Updates,Regional Law,Thailand

Reading Time: 2 minutesIn order to promote and facilitate the Thailand’s ease of doing business as well as to improve Thailand’s ranking in the next evaluation of the World Bank, including to boost the country’s competitiveness and to increase the opportunity of Thailand to become an effective investment hub in Southeast Asia, the Ministry of Commerce has recently […]

Cambodia Tax Update: Transfer Pricing – Interest Rates for Related Parties
Business,Business Advice,Legal Updates,Regional Law

Reading Time: 4 minutesInstruction 11946 issued by the General Department of Taxation (“GDT”) on the 21st of August 2018 (“Instruction 11946”) provides an important clarification regarding the determination of interest rates between related parties. Since the introduction of Circular 151 in early 2014 Cambodian taxpayers were historically able to receive and extend interest free loans to domestic as […]

How To Apply For A Grant of Probate (Part 2 of 2)
Personal,Regional Law,Wills, Probates and Trusts

Reading Time: 5 minutesDue to the fairly lengthy process of applying for a Grant of Probate, this topic will be presented in two parts, each addressing one of the following key areas: What to expect from the process, and what documents would need to be prepared by the lawyer? What are the documents and forms that are required […]

5 things to consider when starting a business in Australia
Australia,Business,Business Advice,Regional Law

Reading Time: 5 minutesIt’s incredibly exciting when you start your own business. You’ve finally done it, made that break away, and all you see are the positives and none of the negatives that lie ahead of you. That’s great. It’s important to be positive. But it’s also important to be realistic. All too often, we see business owners […]

Free Legal Clinics in Singapore
Defamation,Divorce and Child Custody,Harassment,Hiring A Lawyer,Legal Everyday,Personal,Personal Injury,Traffic Accidents,Wills, Probates and Trusts

Reading Time: 5 minutesThe Story In 60 Seconds Contrary to popular belief that there are no sources for legal assistance for the needy, there are actually avenues for legal assistance. One key element in this support is a free legal clinic, where you may have a brief consultation with a lawyer for little or no cost. With the […]

Data Privacy: Obligations under the GDPR and ensuring compliance (Part 2 of 2)
Business,Cybersecurity,Legal Updates,Regional Law

Reading Time: 9 minutesWhat are the obligations under the GPDR? A company is required to comply with several conditions in order to lawfully process personal data pursuant to the GDPR provisions. The processing should be lawful and transparent, for a specified purpose, limited to the relevant data necessary in relation to this purpose, and appropriately secured. At a […]

Driverless Vehicles and The Blame Game: A Legal Conundrum
Insurance Claims,Legal Updates,Personal,Personal Injury,Traffic Accidents

Reading Time: 5 minutesDriverless vehicles: A rising global trend Of late, the march of the introduction of the autonomous or driverless vehicles has been relentless and unabated around the world. In line with the global move away from the polluting internal combustion engine to the environment friendly emission free electric-powered engine, many players in the automotive industry have […]

What happens if you cause a fatal traffic accident in Singapore?
Criminal and Litigation,Personal,Personal Injury,Regional Law,Traffic Accidents

Reading Time: 10 minutesIn the first quarter of 2018 alone, 38 people have died in 36 accidents on our country’s roads. You might still remember the harrowing fatal collision between a taxi and an oncoming car which led to the death of a 19-year old female student earlier this year. Traffic accidents are now becoming a weekly occurrence […]

Magistrate’s Complaints in Singapore: A Comprehensive Guide
Criminal and Litigation,Personal,Regional Law

Reading Time: 7 minutesIntroduction It is not uncommon in any society for disagreements and conflicts to arise, oftentimes leadings to one party feeling as if they have been ‘victimised’ in some way. In Singapore, we are often told that we should make a police report if we believe that we are a victim of an offence, as the […]

Data Privacy: What is the GDPR and who does it apply to? (Part 1 of 2)
Business,Cybersecurity,Legal Updates,Regional Law

Reading Time: 5 minutesIntroduction Less than 20 years ago, three quarters of all stored information was in non-digital form: names were itemized on municipal registers, identification numbers were held in national healthcare systems, and passport numbers were recorded on immigration forms. Today, more than 98% of the world’s stored information is in digitized form: our collective ‘data’ now […]

How To Apply For A Grant of Probate (Part 1 of 2)
Personal,Regional Law,Wills, Probates and Trusts

Reading Time: 6 minutesDue to the fairly lengthy process of applying for a Grant of Probate, this topic will be presented in two parts, each addressing one of the following key areas: What to expect from the process, and what documents would need to be prepared by your lawyer? What documents and forms would comprise the ‘Main Application’ […]

Adoption in Singapore: How does it work?
Divorce and Child Custody,Parenting Tips,Personal,Regional Law

Reading Time: 7 minutesAdoption provides an avenue for people to raise and nurture a child to adulthood. Every year, about 300 to 400 adoption applications are filed. However, the numbers have been dwindling recently. This could be due to the administrative processes that some people may find tedious or complicated. Therefore, I will be simplifying Singapore’s adoption law […]

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Thailand: A Promising Location for Investment

Reading Time: 3 minutesEven against the background of significant changes of the political landscape in Thailand over the past years, as well as the shortage of skilled workers, the country is still regarded amongst one of the best destinations in ASEAN for foreign investment. Thailand is the second largest, highly diversified economy in ASEAN after Indonesia and the […]

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Smart contracts: a boon or bane for the legal profession?

Reading Time: 8 minutesThe views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author alone and do not represent the opinions of any entity whatsoever with which the author has been, is now, or will be affiliated. Smart contracts: a boon or bane for the legal profession? The unprecedented growth of blockchain technology has made smart […]

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