|$430.00 (including GST)|
Directors, Managers, Financial and Business Professionals must be conversant with legal issues in business. While many think this is an area reserved for lawyers, awareness of the legal issues affecting business operations can help you conduct your businesses effectively within the law. Another benefit is that you can identify a potential legal issue to seek legal redress early. Avoiding those problems in the first place is usually the best (and least expensive) course of action.
Whether you are from a MNC or the entrepreneur of a startup, it is important to understand business law. It helps you build credibility with your stakeholders and protect your company from losses. Ignorance of the law is no defence. Ignorance is not a privilege. It is a misfortune.
This workshop is designed to equip you with a working knowledge of Business Law to manage business risk. Case-studies and case presentations will be discussed. There will be quizzes to enhance learning. You do not need to have prior legal knowledge to attend this workshop.
The Singapore Legal System
Law of Sale of Goods
Business Torts – Wrongful Acts
Intellectual Property Fundamentals - What Businesses Should Know
Business Succession Plan from Legal Perspectives
Catherine Tay has 35 years of experience in lecturing business law at the NUS Business School, where she was formerly an Associate Professor. She is author of more than 20 books, including titles on Contract Law, E-Commerce Law and Arbitration. She has also contributed and published legal articles in established international journals.
Catherine studied law at Queen Mary College, University of London and graduated with a Master of Laws. She did her pupillage under the Honourable Lady Mary Hogg in London. Catherine is an Advocate & Solicitor of The Supreme Court of Singapore and also a Barrister-at-Law (of Lincoln's Inn), United Kingdom. She is a highly sought-after Trainer, and regularly conducts in-house seminars for hospitals, banks, statutory boards, hotels, commercial firms and companies, clubs and associations.
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