On Tuesday 7th November, BCCT, teamed up with AMCHAM, AustCham, CanCham, NTCC, EABC, FTCC and ITCC, organised a BCCT Multi-Chambers Boardroom Briefing on IP Changes in the Thai Computer Crime Act at British Business Centre.
Speakers, Panisa Suwanmatajarn Partner of R.W.T. International Law Firm and Police Lt. Col. Naughtakid Phomchan Cybercrime Specialist, Technology Crime Suppression Division, engaged the audience in their talks and discussions about IP section of the Computer Crime Act and how these critical changes in the Thai Computer Crime Act positively protect their businesses and properties.
Pictured from left, BCCT Chair of Legal & Taxation Stephen Frost, Naughtakid Phomchan, Panisa Suwanmatajarn and R.W.T. Director of Business Development Kevin J. Harrington.
Special thanks for a great support from R.W.T. International Law Office.