|This event occurs in the past.|
|Date & Time:||07-Nov-2017 17:30|
|Location:||at British Business Centre, BCCT Office (nearest BTS station: BTS Ploenchit exit 5)|
|Member Cost:||THB 400.00|
**BCCT, together with AMCHAM, AustCham, CanCham, NTCC, EABC, FTCC and ITCC, would like to invite you to BCCT Multi-Chambers Boardroom Briefing on IP Changes in the Thai Computer Crime Act on Tuesday 7 November 2017.**
Date: Tuesday 7th November 2017
Time: 5.30 - 8.00 pm
Venue: British Business Centre, BCCT Office, 7th Floor, 208 Wireless Road (nearest BTS station: BTS Ploenchit exit 5)
Topic: Understanding the IP section of the Computer Crimes Act- How do these critical changes in The Thai Computer Crime Act positively protect your business and property?
Cost: THB 400 per person for BCCT members and participated chambers & THB 600 for non-members including cocktail food, soft drinks, beer and wine. Payment at the door. BCCT vouchers are accepted.
Cancellation policy: Reservations not cancelled within 2 business days of the event will be charged and invoiced as will no-shows.
More about speakers:
Panisa Suwanmatajarn, Partner at RWT International Law Offices, will deliver a presentation relating to the recent developments regarding the Computer Crimes Act and the significant changes in the area of Intellectual Property law in particular. Khun Panisa will enlighten both business owners and brand representatives to these new benefits in the law while providing insight to some of the ambiguous wording in the amendments to the act as well as foreseeing its future capabilities to protect your IP rights. Her discussion will focus on areas of copyright protection in Thailand and the recent Amendments to the Thai Computer Crimes Act.
Panisa Suwanmatajarn has established herself as an experienced and versatile Attorney in the legal community for more than 12 years. She has extensive experience in various fields of law including corporate and commercial, intellectual property, and information technology fields.
Over the years, Panisa has handled several complex corporate issues ranging from incorporation all the way to winding up. Her background is strengthened thru her international body of work in various commercial contracts and issues including foreign direct investment, Board of Investment, trade competition and antitrust, labor and employment, real estate and anti-bribery. Moreover, she has conducted multiple training sessions detailing numerous compliance programs for several multinational companies. The focus of these specialized trainings was to deliver to the staffs at both the executive and labor levels the understanding of the applicable laws and regulations which are related to their businesses.
With an in-depth knowledge into intellectual property matters, Parisa has been involved with inbound and outbound trademark prosecutions, intellectual property infringement, contracts related to intellectual property such as licensing agreements, franchise agreements, and outsourcing agreements. Her experience in information technology covers a vast area including advising multi-national clientele on the issues in relation to the computer crime act and related regulations, e-transactions and personal information and privacy laws. Khun Panisa continues to represent clients on a wide range of matters interrelated to intellectual property. Her IP practice focuses on both Thai and international trademark protection and enforcement, while also advising on trademark searches, applications, registrations, maintenance, and enforcement issues.
Khun Panisa has also conducted multiple training sessions in the past for several multinational companies. The focus of these specialized trainings was to deliver critical information to the staffs at both the executive and labor levels to enhance their understanding of the applicable laws and regulations which are related to their businesses.
Police Lt. Col. Naughtakid Phomchan- Cybercrime Specialist, Technology Crime Suppression Division will discuss the ongoing battle with hackers online as well as Copyright and Trademark Infringers who generate billions of dollars in lost revenue for the business. Lt. Col. Naughtakid will explain how these new laws provide the TCSD police with the tools to protect business and e-commerce in all areas of IP investigation and enforcement as Thailand strives to stay up-to-date with our global security demands.
Police Lt. Col. Naughtakid Phomchan has been a driving force behind the investigation and enforcement of IP rights in Thailand while serving at the Technology Crime Suppression Division. During his tenure with the TCSD police, he has garnered a reputation in the online community as an advocate for the enforcement of Cybercrimes in the Kingdom of Thailand. Through his weekly radio or tv broadcasts, Lt. Col. Naughtakid has been labeled by Hackers as their “Enemy #1”, and he embraces that moniker. He and his team of investigators and enforcement personnel lead the charge in the successful disruption of computer crime misuse in the telecom industry.
Before his start in the TCSD, Lt. Col. Naughtakid spent five years with the Narcotics bureau in Thailand. As part of advancing his skillset, he has attended Senior officer training in Malaysia. This advanced training provided by the DEA and AFP as well as other international law enforcement agencies provided him with the opportunity to gain insight into the surveillance and undercover skills used throughout the world and how to use that training in the ongoing fight against illegal narcotics entering the Kingdom of Thailand. This as well as many other specialized trainings attended around the world with various high level enforcement agencies helped in providing him in his successful transition to the TCSD.