||Ang Peng Hwa
||Peng Hwa is a faculty member of Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information. His area of research is internet governance and media law and policy. He currently serves as chairman of the Asian Media Information and Communication Centre (AMIC) and Director of the Singapore Internet Reseach Centre (SiRC).
||Siew Kum Hong
||Kum Hong is a corporate counsel in the Internet industry, and currently also the pro tem vice-president of MARUAH (Working Group for an ASEAN Human Rights Mechanism, Singapore). He was a Nominated Member of Parliament from January 2007 to July 2009, and was in private practice specialising in Internet and technology law from 2001 to 2006.
||Wong Siew Hong
||Siew Hong has extensive experience in both civil and criminal litigation. He has advised extensively on all aspects of infringement, anti-counterfeiting and litigation options in Singapore as well as around the ASEAN region. He had also worked as a private investigator for intellectual property matters.
||Bryan is Singapore Partner for Pinsent Masons’ Technology Media & Telecoms practice. He has led many industry firsts including the first mass e-mail defamation case in the world, Singapore’s first publicised telecoms competition dispute, the first privately-funded cable landing project in Singapore and the world’s first registrar-level domain name dispute. He is also named one of the leading individuals in IT and telecoms law by Best Lawyers, Chambers and AsiaLaw.
||Goh Seow Hiong
||Seow Hiong plays an advisory role to government officials and regulators across Asia Pacific on a range of ICT-related policy issues. He is a trusted advisor on advanced technology policy and regulation, innovation and infrastructure rollout.
||Lim Yee Fen
||Yee Fen is a law professor at the Nanyang Business School, NTU and has been a law professor at NUS and a number of Australian law Schools. She is an expert in Technology Law and Intellectual Property law. Her extensive experience includes the areas of data protection & privacy law, legal issues in virtual worlds, cybercrime, and intermediary liability on the Internet.
||Tan Soo Kiat, Harry
||Harry is a law professor at the Nanyang Business School, Nanyang Technological University Singapore. He is the Director of CAPTEL (Centre for Asia Pacific Technology Law & Policy) and he teaches, research and consults in the fields of Internet, e-business and information law.
||Lam Chung Nian
||Chung Nian heads the Intellectual Property, Media & Technology Practice at WongPartnership LLP. His main areas of practice are intellectual property (“IP”), media, telecommunications and information technology (“IT”) law. He has worked on numerous projects involving the creation, licensing and exploitation of intellectual property. He speaks regularly at public talks and lectures on intellectual property law, legal clinics and seminars.
||Dr Toh See Kiat
||See Kiat was formerly a Singapore Member of Parliament and Associate Professor at the NTU. He currently serves as Chairman of Goodwins Law Corporation. He practices and conducts seminars on corporate, commercial, infocomms technology, eCommerce and intellectual property laws.
||James is one of the Internet pioneers in Singapore and is recognized as an international expert in the Internet arena. He is a regular speakers at various forums on several Internet issues such as IDN, VoIP, IPv6, Spam, OSS and Internet governance issues. James also participates actively in ISO/IEC JTC1 and IETF.
||Warren B Chik
||Warren is an Assistant Professor with the Department of Law in the Business School at the SMU. He is also an Advocate and Solicitor of the Singapore Supreme Court, an Attorney and Counsellor-at-law of the Bar of the State of New York, and a Solicitor in England & Wales. His research interests are primarily in IT and the Law and International Commercial Arbitration.
||Ang Beng Wee, Steven
||Steven is a faculty member of Nanyang Business School, NTU. He was a Fulbright Visiting Scholar award recipient in 1999 at the NYU School of Law. He teaches Employment Law and Management of Intellectual Property & Innovation and his publications over the years are focusing on Intellectual Property.
||Andrew oversees the global legal operations of Nokia’s Markets division, including risk management, legal strategy and planning. He sits on the Nokia Markets management team as well as Nokia’s legal management team.
||Han Wah Teng
||Wah Teng specialises in Intellectual Property as well as Technology laws and has been involved in work relating to IT agreements, trade mark and copyright protection in Singapore. He has also extensive experience in litigation and the protection of Intellectual Property Rights such as patents, trademarks, copyright, passing off, trade secrets and others.
||Joyce A. Tan
||Joyce is the Managing Partner of Joyce A. Tan & Partners since 1998, dealing principally in information technology and intellectual property. She is also appointed consultant to the Intellectual Property Office of Singapore.
||Michael is the General Counsel (legal) and also the Head of Information Systems in Convergent Systems.
||Steven is the senior director and legal counsel for eBay Asia Pacific Government Relations. Steven has spent more than a decade working in intellectual property rights policy and enforcement.
||Tang Hang Wu
||Hang Wu is an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Law, NUS. He teaches and writes on the law of unjust enrichment, property and trusts. He also develops a research interest in issues on free speech and the Internet.
||Daniel is the Regional Counsel at Skype Asia Pacific.
||Jacqueline Ang Yun Han
||Jacqueline works as Senior Systems Analyst in SIM University. She holds multiple positions PA grassroot organizations,such as Community Sport Council, Pioneer Community Sports Club and Pioneer Citizens’ Consltative Committee. She is also a PA New Media Champion promoting outreach to residents through New Media projects. Besides volunteering at PA, she is also a member of Pioneer Women’s Wing.
|| Giorgos Cheliotis
||Giorgos is the public lead of Creative Commons Singapore and an assistant professor of Communications and New Media at the National University of Singapore. He teaches classes on social media and on the effects of media digitization, while one of his main research interests is the management of copyright in the digital age
|| Alvin Chang
||Alvin is a Principal Director of M & A Law Corporation and his practice focuses on general litigation, with a particular focus on personal law, commercial disputes, construction and company disputes. He has also advised clients on various aspects of non-contentious corporate and personal law. Alvin has spoken and presented at several conferences and seminars and writes articles in various magazines and websites.
||Bryan is an experienced and highly regarded practitioner in transactional work and dispute resolution in IP/IT cases, with a special interest in emerging and green technology. Bryan is admitted to practise in Singapore, the United States (Washington State) and England & Wales.
|| Benjamin Ang
||Benjamin is a lecturer with Temasek Polytechnic focusing his teaching in intellectual property law. He started his career as a litigation lawyer, but later took up various roles in administrative, technology/legal technology and as legal counsel. He publishes articles and speaks at regional conferences on law and technology.