The Continuing Professional Development Sub-Committee of the Johore Bar is organizing a talk on Recent Developments in Contract Law.

Particulars of the Seminar are as follows:

 

Date

30th September 2014 (Tuesday)

Time

3.00 p.m. to 5.00 p.m. (Registration at 2.30 p.m.)

Venue

Level 1, Johore Bar Auditorium

No. 5 Jalan Tun Abd Razak

Susur 1/1 80000 Johor Bahru

Fees

RM 50.00 for Members of the Johore Bar;

RM 25.00 for Pupils-in-Chambers l Law Students; and

RM 100.00 for Non-members

 

About the Speaker


Mr. Sudharsanan Thillainathan joined Shook Lin & Bok in 1997 as an associate. He became a partner in 2004. His main practice areas include Corporate & Insurance Litigation, International & Domestic Arbitration, Competition Law and Tax Litigation. He is currently the Deputy Head of the Tax Department.


Mr. Sudhar has been involved in the conduct of a number of leading local cases in the areas of arbitration, insurance, local/public authorities and tax law. He has also been involved in the conduct of a number of domestic and international arbitrations.


Mr. Sudhar recently participated in the inaugural Singapore International Arbitration Academy 2012, presented by the Centre for International Law, National University of Singapore where he was a recipient of the Award for Excellence in Advocacy.


Kindly book your seats early by completing the enclosed Registration Form and returning it together the requisite payment to the Johore Bar Secretariat not later than Monday, 29th September 2014.

Payment may be made by Cheque or Cash. Cheques should be made payable to JOHORE BAR HOUSE & LIBRARY FUND.


Kindly take note that attendance at this Seminar will earn you 2 CPD Points.

Event code: T3/30092014/JHB/JHB141182/2

 


SANTHI BALACHANDRAN

CHAIRPERSON

CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

SUB-COMMITTEE

 

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