SCTP: Dispute and Legal Risks in relation to AI (Live Webinar. FOC for Members.)

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Recommended: Explore the interplay of various laws as artificial intelligence adoption increases
10 May 2024, Friday

Closing date: 3 May 2024, Friday or when spaces are filled

10.30 - 11.45AM

Tech check from 10.20am (1.25 CPE Hour (Non-Tax))


SILE Public CPD Points:
Practice Area:
Telecommunications, Media & Technology
Training Category:
(w/GST): FOC (SCTP Member); $63.22 (ISCA/ Association Member); $98.10 (Non-Member)
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Programme Synopsis

This is an SILE-accredited webinar.
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 in the manner required by the organiser, and not being away from the entire activity for more than 15 minutes. Participants who do not comply with the Attendance Policy will not be able to obtain CPD Points for attending the activity. Please refer to for more information.

By now, you would have at least seen how companies are adopting artificial intelligence (AI) in their daily work, through the various popular generative AI platforms. From simple drafting and editing to creative solutions, from overall reviews of job applications to sophisticated predictive analysis, a different business modus operandi – one that is infused with AI – exists now. 

Before we plunge deeper into this new way of working and further entrenching AI into business operations, come and be aware of the potential risks and disputes companies might find themselves in. Join Dispute Resolution Partner at WongPartnership LLP, Ms Leow Jiamin, as she breaks down the various issues and considerations into easy digestible business pointers. 

Explore how AI and the various laws interplay that may create complications and disputes companies find themselves in. Learn with your fellow peers in the tax community, especially if you are a practice owner, freelancer using AI to be more efficient or head of the tax function in your organisation. 

Programme Outline

  • Gain an awareness of the legal issues and risks surrounding AI adoption
  • Understand how to identify such legal risks and potential disputes
  • Comprehend the existing regulations and law that apply to AI 
  • Grasp a better understanding of measures and practical steps that you can take internally so as to mitigate legal and disputes risks for the organisation

SCTP reserves the right to vary any aspect of the event/ webinar should the situation warrant or due to unforeseen circumstances. This includes but not limited to the following: cancel the programme, change the venue, speakers, programme dates, fees and CPE hours. SCTP will take reasonable effort to notify participants of the changes.

About the Facilitator(s)

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Ms Leow Jiamin
Partner, Commercial Corporate Disputes
WongPartnership LLP

An engineer by first training before reading and practising law, Jiamin handles a wide range of Court and arbitration matters, ranging from commercial and corporate disputes, cross border disputes, fraud, asset recovery, to intellectual property and technology disputes. 

Jiamin is the Co-Chair of the Law Society Cybersecurity and Data Protection and is part of the Law Society Intellectual Property Committees. She also co-chairs the Asset Recovery NextGen (Informa) committee. She was mentioned in Legal 500 (Asia Pacific) in 2019, and IAM Patent 1000 (Singapore) in 2020. She is also fluent in Mandarin.  

Jiamin was called to the Singapore Bar in 2015, placing Joint-4th in the Bar Examinations 2014 (of 667 candidates), and was awarded a distinction in Intellectual Property Law as well as the SILE top student prize in Family Law. Besides being qualified in law, Jiamin holds a Bachelor of Engineering. 

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