Dr Clarisse Girot, ABLI's senior fellow and Data Privacy Project lead, attended the 41st International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners (ICDPPC) held in Tirana, Albania from 21 to 24 October 2019.
Asian legal experts share their perspectives on ways to strike up successful international business contracts, the options available if disputes arise and the enforcement of judgments across borders.
What are the hurdles to improving the portability of judgments in Asia? What improvements have been made? What are the solutions? Join us on 5 August 2019 in Singapore to discuss.
ABLI's role in solving the problem of reciprocity along the Belt and Road.
ABLI as an illustration of how judges can develop relationships with their peers in other jurisdictions, learn from overseas experience and develop an appreciation of courts with which they may have to cooperate.
Out now! A compendium of speeches, papers, presentations and reports from the ASEAN Law Conference 2018, published by the ASEAN Law Association.
ABLI hosts several workshops with government, regulators, industry and legal practitioners to progress work on its data privacy project.
Say goodbye to the dual statutory system and say hello to a single statutory system that enforces judicial settlements, non-money and interlocutory judgments—including those rendered by "inferior" courts.
Convergence of the laws on business reorganisation in ASEAN could lead to investment flows that could "impact the well-being of millions" in the region.
Dr Adeline Chong presents the findings of the first phase of ABLI's Foreign Judgments project.
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