Jerrold’s article which explains the relevance of the United Nations’ new “Singapore Convention” regarding the international recognition and enforcement of mediated commercial dispute settlement agreements is featured in the the American Chamber of Commerce of Thailand’s current edition of it’s Thai-American Business magazine. To download your copy click on the image below.
Our latest legal column in The Phuket News describes the content and significance international business of the recent United Nations convention on the recognition and enforcement of international settlement agreements. This is excellent news for parties that engage in cross-boarder business transactions. You can download and read the hardcopy article here below. Or to read the online version with links to relevant citations in the article click here.
Jerrold and Weeraya Kippen attended Ally Law’s global Annual General Meeting in New Delhi, 6-9 March 2019. Jerrold also moderated the break out panel on Managing Disputes Across Several Jurisdictions during the Corporate Counsel Client Conference with panelists that included Meenakshi Iyer (Advaya Legal), Arpinder Singh (Ernst & Young LLP), Gary Copelovitz (Lipa Meir & Co.), and Sameer Chugh (Airtel).
The changes to Thailand’s foreign worker law that came into effect over the last few years have significantly liberalized the prior restrictions.
However, some legal commentators have taken this good news a bit too far.
NO, foreign directors of investment promoted companies or of companies that qualify to operate under the Thai-American Treaty of Amity and Economic Relations, are NOT now free to work without a work permit, as we explain in our latest legal column, “Misunderstandings regarding the new foreign worker law“, in The Phuket News.
Our contribution to the 2020 Getting the Deal Through Real Estate guide is a Q & A overview of 49 of the most important issues investors should know when investing in real estate in Thailand. To download your copy click here.
Our article in this Summer’s B & M explains Thailand’s new residential lease law.
Crucial information for tenants entering residential lease contracts, as well as, for landlords who are renting out five or more residential properties in Thailand.
Weearya Kippen, who recently became Duensing Kippen’s newest equity Partner, continues her impressive professional progress by successfully completing the rigorous requirements to become a Fellow (FCIarb) in international arbitration of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrator, details here.
Our latest legal column in Phuket’s high-end lifestyle magazine, Bikinis&Martinis, explains Thailand’s recent regulation that protects parties who hire a contractor to build their residential home. To view the article click here.