Centre for Law & Business

Year 2017


Date Event
10 April 2017 The Controversial Bunkers Case: What is a Contract of Sale?

Speaker: Michael BRIDGE (NUS Law)
Chairperson: Professor James Penner (NUS Law)

23 March 2017 Brexit And Private International Law: The Cloud With A Silver Lining

Speaker: Professor Adrian Briggs QC (Hon) (University of Oxford)
Chairperson: Mr. Nandakumar Ponniya (Baker McKenzie)

23 March 2017 Japanese Corporate Governance From The Perspective Of Family Firms

Speaker: Professor Zenichi Shishido (Hitotsubashi University)
Chairperson: Associate Professor Dan Puchniak (NUS Law)

24 February 2017 From Block Lords to Blockchain: A Brief History of Securities Dealers' Organization Strategies

Speaker: Professor David Donald (The Chinese University of Hong Kong)
Chairperson: Associate Professor Wang Jiangyu (NUS Law)

17 February 2017 The Origins of Originality: The True Story of Walter V Lane

Speaker: Dr. Barbara Lauriat (King's College London)
Chairperson: Associate Professor Elizabeth Ng Siew Kuan (NUS Law)

13 February 2017 The Impact of Brexit on IP - Will Unitary Rights Survive?

Speaker: Professor Dr. Annette Kur (Max-Planck-Institute)
Chairperson: Associate Professor Elizabeth Ng Siew Kuan (NUS Law)

9 February 2017 Trademarks and Private Governance

Speaker: Professor Graeme Austin (The University of Melbourne)
Chairperson: Associate Professor Elizabeth Ng Siew Kuan (NUS Law)

7 February 2017 The Trustee At Common Law

Speaker: Dr. Peter Turner (University of Cambridge)
Chairperson: Professor James Penner (NUS Law)

25 January 2017 Intellectual Property & Trade: A Discussion with His Excellency Mr Gabriel Duque, Ambassador of Colombia to Japan, Former Adjunct Ambassador of Colombia to the WIPO * By Invitation Only *

Convenor: Associate Professor Elizabeth Ng Siew Kuan (NUS Law)

10 January 2017 Copyright in the Internet Age - Social Media, Fair Dealing and Consent

Speaker: Professor Melissa June De Zwart (University of Adelaide)
Chairperson: Associate Professor Elizabeth Ng Siew Kuan (NUS Law)

6-7 January 2017 The CISG as a Model for Harmonisation, Convergence and Law Reform

PI: Professor Gary Bell (NUS Law)



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