The interactive edition of the June 2020 issue of Asian-mena Counsel, magazine for the In-House Community is now live (below), including:
- In-House Community Counsels of the Year results, with best practice sharing of our winners, including the In-House Teams of the Year, Counsel of the Year, Visionary Service Providers and Commended External Counsel;
- Indonesia’s new tax on imported digital goods and services;
- Data protection and Covid-19: beyond data privacy;
- Travel restrictions, work permit and visa status of expats in the Philippines;
- Release of long-awaited guidance on Competition Law,
- Offshore 2020 — themes and trends;
- Information Governance: Preserving Data and Being Prepared for Investigation;
- In-House Insights with Iain MacDonald, General Counsel for Asia, Middle East and Africa at Lloyd’s Register; plus
- Our Deal of the Month, the latest senior legal appointments around the region, and Asian-mena Direct, the ‘at-a-glance’ directory of law firms and other legal services providers.
You can read, download and print the magazine as you wish. We hope you enjoy this issue.
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