Over the years, LGBTI (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex) rights have steadily developed and progressed, mainly in Europe and the USA. Indeed, in some jurisdictions, the LGBTI community have the same rights as heterosexual [...]
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In modern times, the ‘T-shaped’ worker is becoming more and more important. The vertical bar on the letter T represents the depth of related skills and expertise in a single field, whereas the horizontal bar is the ability to collaborate across [...]
This Article is of reference to the complex procedures regarding foreign business investors operating in Thailand. There are various types of entities in Thailand i.e. partnership, limited company, public limited company and company listed on [...]
Enforcement of intellectual property laws in Thailand has been one of the most critical issues in the field of intellectual property protection in the country. Previously, Thailand was on the Priority Watch List (PWL) catergory of the U.S. Trade [...]
On 30 January 2019, the new Myanmar Trademark Law was finally approved and signed by the President of Myanmar. However, it might take a certain period of time for the relevant official authorities to establish the relevant regulations and rules [...]
The National Legislative Assembly (“NLA”) passed the Cyber Security Bill of Thailand (“CSB”) on 28 February 2019. It took less than three hours for the NLA to consider and vote. The bill has been passed with 133 votes in favour, 0 against and [...]
Bangkok, Thailand — SCL Group (“SCL”), a prominent local law firm, has agreed to integrate with leading Japanese law firm Nishimura & Asahi. The deal will create one of Thailand’s largest Japanese law firms, as well as one of the largest, [...]
On 26 April 2019, the Department of Intellectual Property Thailand (“DIP”) organised the World IP Day Celebration event at Stadium One Sports Community under the campaign of “Reach for Gold: IP and Sports”. This was held to show how innovation, [...]
Trademark protection is territorial, which means that trademark owners must apply for protection of their trademark in each jurisdiction that may be of interest to them. This may become a costly affair and time consuming. However, there is no [...]
Real Estate And Transactions Involving Foreign Investors Carrying Out Real Estate And Related Businesses In Thailand.
It is a pleasure to share with you the publication of an article by our partner Mr. Vira Kammee : REAL ESTATE AND TRANSACTIONS INVOLVING FOREIGN INVESTORS CARRYING OUT REAL ESTATE AND RELATED BUSINESSES IN THAILAND.
With the recent amendment bill to the Labour Protection Law, which was passed by the National Legislative Assembly in December last year, which is expected to be in force soon following its announcement in the Royal Gazette, our employment and [...]
Our employment and labour team recently held their exclusive seminar for SCL Law Group’s clients on 21 November 2018
Our employment and labour team recently held their exclusive seminar for SCL Law Group’s clients on 21 November 2018, which turned out to be very successful. This time, our focus was on technology disruption and misconceptions/misinterpretations [...]
Siam City Law collaborate with Thai Fintech Association, arrange this seminar to respond with Fintech trend under the topic of ICO Cryptocurrency’ s Legal Accounting and Tax Challenges
We have invited the honorable guest speakers who are expert , experienced and contain knowledge skills in Banking & Financing Law & Regulation in respect with ICO and Crypto currency which are
Partner, Vira Kammee was a key note speaker at this conference held in Bangkok. Khun Vira’s presentation revolved around the subject of conducting and effective & Comprehensive fraud investigation.
Siam City Law Offices Limited and Kusumoto Chavalit & Partners Limited held a joint exclusive seminar revolving around the issues of Employment, Termination of Employment and M&A in Thailand.
The target audience for this seminar was geared primarily towards existing and potential Japanese corporations based in Thailand.
Khun Tada and Chanakarn spoke at a training seminar, entitled “Employment Law Regulations & Precedent Cases”, which was a two days course, held at a prominent venue in Bangkok. This course was beneficial to gain an in-depth knowledge and a [...]
On 5 August 2019, the Trade Competition Commission (“TCC”) declared its rulings on three cases petitioned to it during the enforcement of the previous Trade Competition Act (the “1999 Act”) under the authority of the previous commission of [...]
Thailand’s Copyright Act B.E. 2537 (1994) was revised for the very first time in 2015, since it came into force twenty years ago, in March 1995. The amendment was made essentially to accommodate developments with the progression of the digital [...]
On 27 May 2019, the Personal Data Protection Act B.E. 2562 (2019) (“PDPA”) was finally published in the Government Gazette after it was presented to the King for His Royal Signature. Therefore, the PDPA has been in effect since 28 May 2019 [...]