Ren Jun Lim, Principal, Baker McKenzie.Wong & Leow
Venue : Stamford American Auditorium (AmCham Office, 1 Scotts Rd, #23-03 Shaw Centre)
Date : February 28, 2017
Time : 7:45 AM - 9:00 AM
Price : $0.00
DescriptionHosted by Healthcare and Legal & IPR Committees
New developments in technology can give rise to a suite of legal issues such as regulation of medical devices, advertising and licensing of medical devices, and data privacy and cybersecurity. Companies should be attuned to such risks to steer clear of the pitfalls and keep up with their regulatory obligations, both in Singapore and in the region.
About the Speaker
Ren Jun Lim
Baker McKenzie.Wong & Leow
Ren Jun is a Principal with Baker & McKenzie.Wong & Leow. He represents local and international clients in both contentious and non-contentious intellectual property matters. He also advises on a full range of healthcare, as well as consumer goods-related legal and regulatory issues.
He keenly advises on a full range of issues relating to the healthcare industry. These include regulatory compliance in respect of drugs, medical devices, health supplements, food products and cosmetics; clinical trials; product liability/recall issues; data exclusivity; patent linkage; competition; and anti-corruption issues.
He also represents local and international intellectual property intensive clients in matters such as civil and criminal litigation for all forms of intellectual property infringement; border enforcement; local and international filing and prosecution strategies; domain name disputes; opposition and revocation actions; general litigation; and anti-corruption issues.
In addition, he plans and executes anti-counterfeiting operations for various clients in Singapore and around the Asia Pacific region.
Ren Jun advises on various intellectual property-related and nonintellectual property-related commercial issues arising from mergers and acquisitions; licensing; franchising; data protection; due diligence; audits; and valuation.
He also assists clients on a wide spectrum of regulatory issues affecting the consumer goods industry such as licensing; advertising; trade libel; harassment; and product liability/recall.