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|Date & Time:||23-Feb-2017 07:30|
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|Member Cost:||THB 900.00|
For any business participating in the digital economy in Thailand, understanding recently adopted and pending computer crime, cyber security and privacy laws is essential. Businesses and their legal counsels must recognize how to comply with these laws and the practical effects of that compliance on their privacy policies and procedures, their representations to consumers and the continuity of their online services.
Through moderator questions highlighting analogous U.S. laws and procedures, panel members will outline key Thai digital economy law changes and the potential impact of these changes on commerce.
Moderator - Paul C. Jorgensen
Paul graduated from Georgetown Law Center and founded and manages The Jorgensen Law Firm PLLC based in Washington D.C. Paul specializes in contracts, intellectual property, e-commerce, and online privacy and security. Before founding the firm in 2006, Paul was with Patton Boggs LLP, Choice Hotels International, Inc. and Venable, Baetjer, Howard & Civiletti.
John Fotiadis is a graduate of Stanford Law School, licensed as an attorney by the State of New York, the U.S. Court of Appeals, and the United States Supreme Court. John Fotiadis has been practicing as a legal consultant in Thailand for nearly 20 years and is one of the founders of the Atherton international law firm here in Bangkok. John regularly advises Fortune 500 companies on matters of data privacy, e-commerce, internet and telecom regulation, cybersquatting and web domain rights. He has been named as Asia Pacific Legal 500 "recommended" counsel in the field of Technology, Media and Telecommunications (TMT).
Siranya Rhuvattana is an associate at Baker McKenzie, Bangkok office and is currently active in the intellectual property and information technology & communications practice groups. Her main areas of practice include copyright, trademarks, data privacy, e-commerce, computer-related crimes, transactional matters relating to software, internet business, and content and technology licensing. Siranya is a graduate of Melbourne Law School and Chulalongkorn University (LL.B) and is a member of the Bars of New York and Thailand.
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