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By Stephen Helwig
Preventing market manipulation is key to maintaining the credibility of capital markets. Insider trading, wash trading, churning, and pumping and dumping are just a few of the types of manipulation regulators...
By Douglas Mancill
One of the key virtues of any dispute resolution mechanism is finality.
By Douglas Mancill, Ukrit Detsiri
The Labor Protection Act of 1998, Section 118, (LPA) requires all employers in Thailand to pay severance to employees who are "terminated" by the employer without legal cause (as described in LPA Section 119).
By Stephen Helwig
One of the difficulties facing foreign investors in Thailand has been the requirement that shareholders (or their proxies) and directors be physically present at meetings for purposes of passing resolutions
By Stephen Helwig
Preventing market manipulation is key to maintaining the credibility of capital markets. Insider trading, wash trading, churning, and pumping and dumping are just a few of the types of manipulation...
By Kosol Suriyaporn
A new Excise Tax Act was enacted on 18 March 2017 and published in the Royal Gazette on 20 March 2017.
By Piyawannee Watanasakolpunt, Norrapat Werajong
Thailand's Department of Business Development (DBD) is gradually migrating its services to the digital environment.
By Piyawannee Watanasakolpunt, Suthasinee Neamsum
Foreigners employed in Thailand are required to obtain an appropriate visa as well as a work permit. Work permits are issued by the Ministry of Labor and take the form of a small, passport sized...
By Pramote Srisamai
The primary Thai laws and ordinances governing "aliens", or non-Thai nationals, working in Thailand are the Alien Workers Act, B.E. 2551 ("Alien Workers Act") and the Royal Ordinance...
By Piyawannee Watanasakolpunt, Sudthapa Thanathanya
Thailand-based businesses looking to combine operations have been unable to take advantage of a tool found in many other jurisdictions – merger.
By Piyawannee Watanasakolpunt, Norrapat Werajong
Trade competition in Thailand has been regulated under the Trade Competition Act B.E. 2542 (1999) (the "Current Act"), which has remained unchanged for almost twenty years.
By Douglas Mancill
There has been considerable speculation about how vigorously the Trump administration will enforce the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act ("FCPA") given Trump's past criticism of this law.