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IT Law Series: IP Issues in the Digital Age

Stay current on the latest IT law developments with our series of seminars focused on technology, media, and telecommunications law, organised by IPOS International in conjunction with a community of public sector lawyers from Singapore.

Participants can look forward to the sharing of insights and perspectives from a variety of leading practitioners and academics, on areas that include intellectual property, competition law, blockchain, artificial intelligence, cybersecurity and data protection.


Programme Overview and Topics

This virtual seminar series aims to provide participants with an overview of some of the latest IT law issues and developments. Every session focuses on a different topic and will be conducted by a variety of leading practitioners and academics in the relevant field, who will deliver presentations and participate in a Q&A discussion with opportunities for participants to pose questions.

Reading materials for each seminar topic, such as seminal court decisions and technology law articles, as well as pre-recorded lectures providing an introduction to technology law, will be made available to participants ahead of each lecture.

 

Pre-recorded lectures

Participants who sign up for any of the seminars will be given access to the following pre-recorded lectures, which are aimed at providing a broad overview of the world of technology law:

Speaker(s)

Topic

Assistant Professor Lim How Khang

Singapore Management University

Digital Computing 101

Mr Yeong Zee Kin

Assistant Chief Executive (Data Innovation & Protection Group), IMDA; Deputy Commissioner, Personal Data Protection Commission

An Introduction to Technology Law   

 These are pre-recorded lectures which will be made available (free of charge) to participants of the IT Law series.

 

IP Issues in the Digital Age 

Synopsis: This seminar explores a number of intellectual property issues arising in the design, production and use of digital systems, including copyright issues in online content delivery, computer software (including software licensing), databases, and user-generated content.

 

SG Time

Speaker(s)

Topic(s)

2.00 – 3.00pm

Mr Loke Shiu Meng (Assistant Chief Executive (Legal, Enforcement & Consumer Protection), Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore)

 

Mr Vikneswaran Kumaran (Senior Manager, Development of Data-Driven Tech, Infocomm Media Development Authority)

 

Intellectual Property Issues in the Digital Age

3.00 – 3.45pm

Ms Diyanah Baharudin (Counsel, Global Content Protection and IP Policy, Netflix, Inc.)

Recent trends in copyright policy making in the APAC region

3.45 – 4.00pm

Short Break

 

4.00 – 4.45pm

Dr Stanley Lai SC (Partner, Allen & Gledhill; Chairman, IPOS Board of Directors)

IP, Social Media and Content Generation

 

4.45 – 5.15pm

Panel Discussion – all speakers, moderated by Mr Paul McClelland (Head of Legal, IPOS International)

 

 *Subject to change in the event of unforeseen circumstances.

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  • Practice Area: Telecommunications, Media & Technology
  • Training Level: Advanced

Learning Objectives

This virtual seminar series aims to provide participants with an overview of some of the latest IT law issues and developments. Every session focuses on a different topic and will be conducted by a variety of leading practitioners and academics in the relevant field, who will deliver presentations and participate in a Q&A discussion with opportunities for participants to pose questions.

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IP Issues in the Digital Age 

Synopsis: This seminar explores a number of intellectual property issues arising in the design, production and use of digital systems, including copyright issues in online content delivery, computer software (including software licensing), databases, and user-generated content.

 

*Subject to change in the event of unforeseen circumstances.

 

Pre-recorded lectures

Participants who sign up for any of the seminars will be given access to the following pre-recorded lectures, which are aimed at providing a broad overview of the world of technology law:

 

Speaker(s) Topic

Assistant Professor Lim How Khang

Singapore Management University

Digital Computing 101

Mr Yeong Zee Kin

Assistant Chief Executive (Data Innovation & Protection Group), IMDA; Deputy Commissioner, Personal Data Protection Commission

An Introduction to Technology Law 

 

SG Time

Speaker(s)

Topic(s)

2.00 – 3.00pm

Mr Loke Shiu Meng (Assistant Chief Executive (Legal, Enforcement & Consumer Protection), Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore)

 

Mr Vikneswaran Kumaran (Senior Manager, Development of Data-Driven Tech, Infocomm Media Development Authority)

 

Intellectual Property Issues in the Digital Age

3.00 – 3.45pm

Ms Diyanah Baharudin (Counsel, Global Content Protection and IP Policy, Netflix, Inc.)

Recent trends in copyright policy making in the APAC region

3.45 – 4.00pm

Short Break

 

4.00 – 4.45pm

Dr Stanley Lai SC (Partner, Allen & Gledhill; Chairman, IPOS Board of Directors)

IP, Social Media and Content Generation

 

4.45 – 5.15pm

Panel Discussion – all speakers, moderated by Mr Paul McClelland (Head of Legal, IPOS International)

 

 These are pre-recorded lectures that will be made available (free of charge) to participants of the IT Law series.

 

Reading materials for each seminar topic, such as seminal court decisions and technology law articles, as well as pre-recorded lectures providing an introduction to technology law, will be made available to participants ahead of each lecture.

15 Sep
2022
IT Law Series: IP Issues in the Digital Age
02:00 pm - 05:15 pm
Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore
Mr Loke Shiu Meng
Assistant Chief Executive Legal, Enforcement & Consumer Protection

Mr Loke Shiu Meng is the Assistant Chief Executive of the Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore overseeing the Legal, Enforcement and Consumer Protection Divisions.  Prior to his current appointment, he served as a Senior State Counsel with the Civil Division of the Attorney-General’s Chambers.  Shiu Meng brings with him a wealth of experience from his previous appointments in other Organs of State and public sector agencies, such as the Supreme Court, the Ministry of Law and the Ministry of Education, as well as his time as a practicing lawyer in Rajah & Tann LLP.

Infocomm Media Development Authority
Mr Vikneswaran Kumaran
Senior Manager, Development of Data-Driven Tech

Vikneswaran is a member of the Technology Law Cluster in the Singapore Legal Service and has been a legal service officer since 2012. He is also Senior Manager, Development of Data-Driven Tech at the Infocomm Media Development Authority. He started his career in the Attorney-General’s Chambers (“AGC”) as a deputy public prosecutor in the Criminal Justice Division and Financial and Technology Crime Division. He then joined the Legal Technology & Innovation Office, where he helped to drive the adoption and implementation of legal technology solutions within the AGC. He has a Bachelor of Laws from the Singapore Management University and was called to the Singapore Bar in 2016.

Netflix, Inc.
Ms Diyanah Baharudin
Counsel, Global Content Protection & IP Policy

Diyanah manages Netflix’s content protection and intellectual property policy interests globally with a focus on the APAC region. She works closely with trade associations and regional stakeholders in the region and gives her two cents’ worth to colleagues on copyright matters internally from time to time. Prior to Netflix, Diyanah spent a considerable amount of time working with the Singapore government in various capacities, starting out as a trade mark adjudicator before moving on to a legal advisory role and then finally as a negotiator for intellectual property issues. She was also previously a litigation lawyer at Dentons Rodyk (previously Rodyk & Davidson).

Allen & Gledhill
Dr Stanley Lai
Partner, Allen & Gledhill Chairman, IPOS Board of Directors

Dr Stanley Lai, SC leads the Intellectual Property practice and the Co-head of the Cybersecurity & Data Protection practice at Allen & Gledhill.

Stanley specialises in all forms of IP litigation and information technology disputes and is also a commercial/chancery litigator. He is also active in arbitration practice (both as arbitrator and counsel) and sits on the IP panel of the Singapore International Arbitration Centre.  Stanley also maintains a strong advisory practice for IP/data management and cybersecurity, serving a broad spectrum of clients in the area of Data Incident Management and remediation.  He also represents clients in investigations that are undertaken by the Personal Data Protection Commission.  In the biomedical and pharmaceutical sectors, Stanley has substantial experience in advising on healthcare and medical IP and regulatory issues concerning medicines, generics, patent linkage, bio-similars, medical devices, clinical trials, product recalls and product liability. He was appointed Senior Counsel in 2010. In 2021 Stanley was also appointed the Commissioner of the Government Procurement Adjudication Tribunal.

Stanley is currently the Chairman of the Intellectual Property Office of Singapore. Stanley is also a member of the Singapore International Arbitration Centre IP Panel and Singapore Copyright Tribunal. He has published extensively on IP and information technology law, including the book entitled “The Copyright Protection of Computer Software in the United Kingdom”, and an article entitled “Publisher reigned in on racing data copyright claim”.  He serves as a Senior Mediator of the Singapore Mediation Centre and is also a Specialist Mediator in the Singapore International Mediation Centre. He is also an Administrative Panellist at the Asian Domain Name Dispute Resolution Centre.  He also serves as a member of the Market Surveillance and Compliance Panel (National Electricity Market of Singapore). 

IPOS International
Mr Paul Mcclelland
Head of Legal

Mr Paul McClelland specialises in intellectual property law and commercial dispute resolution. Before joining IPOS International Pte Ltd, Paul was sole corporate counsel for a well-known Singaporean brand, where he was responsible for a broad range of commercial matters, including worldwide trademark registrations and oppositions, management of external counsel, contract review, and training.

He has experience working in private practice for both Singapore and Scottish law firms. His practice focused on intellectual property and commercial arbitration.

He also taught commercial law, intellectual property and real estate law at a Scottish university.

Course Fee
  • S$214.00 per pax
  • Price is inclusive of GST
SILE Accreditation
  • This programme is accredited by the Singapore Institute of Legal Education (SILE).
SILE Attendance Policy
  • Participants who wish to obtain CPD Points are reminded that they must comply strictly with the Attendance Policy set out in the CPD Guidelines. For this activity, this includes logging in at the start of the webinar and logging out at the conclusion of the webinar on each day of the activity, and not being away from any part of the webinar for more than 15 minutes on each day of the activity. Participants who do not comply with the Attendance Policy on any particular day of the activity will not be able to obtain CPD Points for that day of the activity. Please refer to http://www.sileCPDcentre.sg for more information.

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