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What are the legal issues arising from a new wave of technology? Find out in DVC's upcoming Legal Tech Forum in collaboration with Hong Kong University and Monckton Chambers on 20 May. Registration details appear below:

             

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DATE: Monday, 20th May

 

VENUE: Hong Kong Bankers' Club

43/F, Gloucester Tower, The Landmark, 15 Queen's Road, Central

 

TIME: 6pm - 9pm (Cocktails and canapés will be served)

Registration begins at 5:30pm

Limited seating - please click the button below to register

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or email Practice Development Director, Aparna Bundro at aparnabundro@dvc.hk or contact her on 3413 0600.

What are the legal issues arising from a new wave of technology?

It is vital that we know how new technology is impacting the legal landscape and how we can adopt it to better shape client strategy. Find out how we can harness new technology to enable us to unlock more fine-tuned solutions for our clients.

 

This CPD accredited Forum is powered by Des Voeux Chambers' Winnie Tam SC, JP, William Wong SC,, CW Ling, Catrina Lam and Sabrina Ho with the support of The Law and Technology Centre of The University of Hong Kong and London's Monckton Chambers. Guest and keynote speakers include, Chairman of the HK Competition Commission, Anna Wu Hung-yuk GBS, JP, CEO, Hong Kong R&D Centre for Logistics and Supply Chain Management Enabling Technologies, Simon KY Wong and Monckton Chambers' Tim Ward QC.

 

Join our speakers as they home in on the following sectors as part of a wider conversation on systemic changes taking place in the legal industry:

Competition Law          

 

Intellectual Property Law

Litigation & Arbitration

What previous attendees have said

Competition Law

The calibre and content of this seminar far exceeded similar seminars I have attended by other firms in Hong Kong.

 

Intellectual Property Law

Enjoyed the lively, interesting examples as well as the depth of topics covered.

Litigation & Arbitration

Very good! Very interactive! Lots of practical points and case highlights.

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