CCCS proposes general guidance on common collaborations between competitors Unlike the lapsed COVID-19 Guidance Note, the new Business Collaboration Guidance Note would apply to all types of products and services, and would not have an expiry date. The Competition and Consumer Commission (...)
Ken Chia is a partner and a member of Baker McKenzie’s IT/C, global trade & commerce and competition practice groups and sits on the firm’s global privacy steering committee. Ken Chia has more than 30 years of experience practicing in the areas of IT, telecommunications, intellectual property, trade and commerce, and competition law matters. He routinely assists clients, mostly governments and multinational corporations, in large-scale procurement, outsourcing and regional transactions, and provides sound advice on privacy and e-commerce matters. Ken Chia read law at Cambridge and has also an MSc from Stirling University. He is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and Singapore Institute of Arbitrators, and is a Certified International Privacy Professional (CIPT) by the International Association of Privacy Professionals.
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