Auscham Cambodia in partnership with our regional partners and Tilleke & Gibbins, brings you the fourth webinar in our legal series, covering e-commerce law in Cambodia, Lao and Myanmar.
The online sale of goods and services was already an essential part of consumers' daily lives in ASEAN before the COVID-19 crisis, and has accelerated dramatically during the past 18 months. In fact, online shopping is becoming easier, faster, and more convenient at such a rapid pace that national regulators can sometimes struggle to keep up. Even with new regulations being promulgated regularly, there are still many gray areas in the regulation of e-commerce operations, which results in novel business operations being required to operate under a regulatory framework designed for very different business models.
To equip digital entrepreneurs in Cambodia, Laos, and Myanmar with the knowledge needed to comply with the latest e-commerce laws in their jurisdictions, regional Southeast Asian law firm Tilleke & Gibbins has teamed up with the Australian Chambers of Commerce in the respective jurisdictions, to host a webinar addressing these issues.
Jay Cohen, Chandavya Ing, Dino Santaniello, Aye Thuzar HlaingandYuwadee Thean-ngarm from Tilleke & Gibbins' offices in Phnom Penh, Vientiane, and Yangon, will provide an overview of the regulatory framework for e-commerce businesses, discuss licensing requirements that may be applicable in each jurisdiction, explain disclosure requirements, address the principles of online contracts and cover sanctions for unlawful activity in each country.
The webinar will be held on Tuesday, 31st August from 10.00 am.
This is free to attend webinar. The Zoom link will be emailed to you after registration.
Registration will close at 5pm on the 30th August.
Aug 31, 2021
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM (GMT+7)