Providing perspective on the IP Waiver for COVID-19 vaccines: What is it & how does it work?
Business,Intellectual Property,TechLaw

Reading Time: 4 minutesAs per the Ministry of Health (MOH), 85 percent of the Singaporean population have received their first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine, and 83 percent have received two vaccine doses as of Sept 26¹. This has met Health Minister Ong Ye Kung’s target, set on 26 July, expecting 80 percent of the Singaporean population to […]

VIETNAM: Legal issues surrounding the collection of a deceased person’s sperm
Personal,Regional Law,Vietnam,Wills, Probates and Trusts

Reading Time: 5 minutesThis article was first published on as of 30/12/2018. The case where Ms. Vong Ngoc Huyen requested the receipt of her biological son’s sperm that is being stored at Tu Du hospital for her daughter-in-law’s in-vitro fertilization has raised multiple legal issues such as: may sperm be considered an asset? Does sperm belong to moral rights […]

Who is responsible if an AI diagnoses your disease wrongly? 
Medical Negligence,Personal

Reading Time: 6 minutesAs technology advances, Artificial Intelligence (AI) will play an increasingly greater role in both simple and complex tasks that humans were previously tasked to complete. The healthcare sector is no exception, with Clinical Decision Support (CDS) software unlocking the potential for hospitals to assess individual diagnoses while cutting costs. As the adoption of this technology into […]