Lupl at Emerging Commercial and Litigation Trends in Data Sovereignty and Digital Assets in Singapore
Legal professionals are on the frontlines of digital disruption, with changes in consumer habits and business models making it necessary to stay ahead of trends. It’s now more important than ever that lawyers always keep a finger on the pulse when serving their clients – or risk being left behind!
How can Lupl help? Now’s your chance to find out! Meet Marcus Lim, Country Manager – Singapore, and Jessica Low, Community Manager – Singapore, will be on hand to demonstrate Lupl and share insights on how Lupl and Singapore’s Ministry of Law came together to create a unique and world-first partnership for the Legal Technology Platform Initiative (LTPI).
The LTPI exists to lower the barriers to entry for small and mid-sized Singapore law practices to adopt and successfully use technology on their legal matters.
Companies of all sizes are turning to data and digital technology as a way to stay competitive, from providing better customer service across industries to expanding cross-border trade. While these advances certainly open up opportunities for businesses around the globe, they also introduce challenges when it comes ownership rights over valuable digital assets with new emerging technologies like blockchain. In order for organizations worldwide to remain successful in an ever-evolving marketplace, careful consideration must be given towards managing this powerful tool strategically!
This elite group of experts in Data and Digital Law, all with prestigious accreditations to boot, will be taking a deep dive into the ever-changing world of data sovereignty and digital asset jurisprudence. Tune in for an exciting exploration of the latest commercial trends!
- Data flows across borders and management of data
- Data sovereignty and its implementation by policy, regulation and international standards
- Forms of digital assets enabled through blockchain and cryptography
- Digital assets, specifically crypto-tokens, legal issues relating to transactions of crypto assets, and rights and ownership disputes
|3.30pm||Opening remarks by|
The Honorable Justice Kannan Ramesh, Judge of the Appellate Division, Supreme Court
|3.40pm||Panel Discussion and Q&A moderated by Mr Yeong Zee Kin, Assistant Chief Executive (Data Innovation and Protection Group), Infocomm Media Development Authority of Singapore (IMDA) and Deputy Commissioner, Personal Data Protection Commission (PDPC)|
|4.40pm||Specialist Accreditation Scheme Certificate Presentation Ceremony|
|5.00pm||Networking and Refreshments|
Click here to register for the seminar at SGD 97.20 (inclusive of GST). SAL members may utilize credit dollars (C$).
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