A refusal of vaccination without reasonable grounds could lead to an infection that endangers the business, but it is unlawful for employers to make vaccinations compulsory
The golden days of unfettered growth for China's homegrown tech companies could be coming to an end as regulators speed up data-oriented reforms. What are the legal pitfalls and the hefty consequences, and who will be most affected?
The IP division at Delhi High Court may be a harbinger of a new era, but India would do well to look further afield for examples of best-practice IP dispute resolution, argues KS Kardam, former senior joint controller of patents and designs at the Indian Patent Office
ESG-focused fund inflows into Asia are growing, but investing is replete with risk given the region’s diversities and historical inequalities
The OECD’s Paris-based senior competition expert, Ruben Maximiano, shares how adopting an effective competition policy helps increase investor confidence
Were your colleagues’ eyes glazing over at your last Zoom meeting? Do webinar audiences nod off before you finish a sentence? Communications expert John Miers reveals tips for engaging your virtual audience and putting some zip in your Zoom
SIAC's CEO talks about strategies for the centre's success and emerging trends in arbitration