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19 May 2017 by
Singapore made changes to its Computer Misuse and Cybersecurity Act in April to target cybercrime, an issue that has been of increasing concern around the world especially with the WannaCry ransomware attacks. The amendments will criminalise activities that involve the dealing in and trading of personal information. Businesses that collect and work with personal data for legitimate purposes should take heed of the changes to avoid potential breaches.
15 May 2017 by
Latest partner moves and firm updates from China, India and Australia
11 May 2017 by
This month, we speak with de Verneuil, global general counsel, Reliance Communications (Enterprise) & Global Cloud Xchange. She talks about the challenges of working in a male-dominated environment and taking the road less travelled in her career path. A flair for languages has helped her move around the world. She also has some wise advice about self-image.
09 May 2017 by
Latest partner moves and firm updates from Singapore, India, Hong Kong and Australia
28 April 2017 by
After 15 rounds of negotiations over more than three years, the largest bilateral investment in the world is on the cards if China and the EU successfully conclude an investment treaty later this year. Leaders from academia, government, business and civil society will discuss regional investment trends and the treaty’s legal and policy implications at a conference in Hong Kong next month.
19 April 2017 by
Australian and Indian firms have made new appointments.
19 April 2017 by
The research process for this year’s Asialaw Dispute Resolution Awards is under way. The awards will be presented at a dinner in Hong Kong in September.
13 April 2017 by
As a fertile ground for startups, Singapore wants to make sure that it is retaining its homegrown companies to list on the Singapore Stock Exchange (SGX) while attracting more IPOs from countries like China by offering the option of a dual class share system.
12 April 2017 by
Insurance companies are bracing themselves for disruption in their industry by investing in insurtech startups. In Asia, Singapore and Hong Kong are leading hubs for insurtech. Companies such as FWD and MetLife have made investments in insurtech solutions and innovation hubs. The growing focus on the sector means that investors and startups have to start grasping the legal issues for this burgeoning sector, including regulatory, data privacy and IP.
10 April 2017 by
Allen & Gledhill and Rahmat Lim & Partners launch fintech practice