Friday, 15 July 2005

Blogging and the Law: Bloggers.SG Panel

For tomorrow's Bloggers.SG blogging conference at DXO, I'm moderating the "Blogging and the Law" panel that starts at 4pm. I am very pleased that we have two major panellists to speak on the topic, Daniel Koh from Rajah & Tann and Tan Min-Liang from Tan & Tan Partnership. Their full bios are here, but here's a brief summary:

Daniel Koh is a partner in the firm of Rajah & Tann. Daniel is also the editor of The Law and Practice of Injunctions in Singapore, published by Sweet & Maxwell Asia and has also co-authored the chapters on Intellectual Property, Defamation and Employment Disputes. He has a broad based practice and a large part of his work includes claims for corporate fraud, breach of contract claims and resolution of commercial disputes

Tan Min-Liang is a technology lawyer with the boutique IT/IP firm of Tan & Tan Partnership. He has chaired, made keynote speeches and sat on expert panels at conferences and international seminars, and has spoken at length on the technology law issues such as IP rights issues. Min-Liang is currently the Chair of the Singapore Chapter of the Creative Commons.
I'm hoping for a good, informative session, so do come armed with questions about the relationship between blogging and the law in Singapore...



Cool. I'll be sure to ask him how to sue an anonymous person.


Too bad you got called up for mobilization...


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