Commercial Dispute: Lessons Learned from Celebrity Cases (Part One)
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Running a business is often likened to playing a game. However, when the game requires one to put money and reputation on the line, the need for self-preservation intensifies. Hence, it is to no one’s surprise that business partners often find themselves in a clash of interests. Once their differences escalate to unsolvable levels, they might seek the measure of last resort: legal action.
Such is the general definition of a commercial dispute. From breach of contract to reputation management, a commercial dispute stems from conflicts in trade and commerce. As expected of any legal action, commercial disputes can be stressful, time-consuming, and expensive. More importantly, they can have injuring effects on one’s reputation.
To help you understand their legal implication, LeTran would like to announce our two-part lecture series on Commercial Disputes. In Part One, we are presenting and analysing three celebrity cases in recent years with very distinctive circumstances, variables, and outcomes. From transportation to construction, we are examining the law’s application on various industries.
To convey the technical details in their most digestible form, we are pulling apart the important elements of each case. In doing so, we invite everyone, with or without a background in law, to apply their newfound knowledge to their own situation. No one enjoys an arduous legal battle; join us to demystify the legislature and protect yourself against potential losses.
|Stephen Le Hoang Chuong
Founder, Le & Tran
Stephen Le, is the lead Trial Lawyer and founder of Le & Tran. He has been endorsed as one of the most distinguished Vietnamese lawyers by over 50 global corporations and is highly ranked by Legal 500, Chambers Asia Pacific, Benchmark Litigation, and AsiaLaw Profiles.
|8:30 AM||Registration & Refreshment|
|9:00 AM||Welcome remarks|
|9:05 AM||Presentation, followed by Q&A|
|10:30 AM||Event ends|
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