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Joint SME/Legal Committees: The Return of the Lawyers, 6 pm.

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Date & Time: 11-Jul-2018 18:00 Members Only  
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Member Cost: THB 400.00

SME Cmte: The Return of The Lawyers

The SME and Legal Committee will co-sponsor another “Return of the Lawyers” event on the evening of 11 July 2017.  This event should be of particular interest to members of both committees – and, indeed, all members of AMCHAM – because it focus on Thailand’s new work permit law.  As every foreign business person knows, Thai work permits laws are a major consideration and challenge when doing any sort of business in Thailand.

We will start with a very short presentation on the changes to Thailand’s new work permit law, and then open the floor up to a general discussion about that law and any other legal issues of interest to members of the Legal and SME committee members.  You presumably know this already, but no comments made at this event or any other “Ask the Lawyers”  or “Return of the Lawyers” events constitute legal advice.  The purpose of these events is to give SME and Legal committee members and opportunity to ask questions and express their views on Thailand’s legal terrain. 


- Kowit Somwaiya, Managing Partner, LawPlus
- Ukrit Dejsiri, Senior Associate, PriceSanond
- Michael Dolye, Senior Partner, Seri Manop Dolye

Date & time: July 11, 6 pm registration, dinner served at 6:30 pm
Venue: Bourbon Street, Soi Sukhumvit 63, Ekamai (BTS Ekamai)
Cost: 400 Baht for members, 600 Baht for non-members (includes a 3-course multiple choice dinner). Special prices for AMCHAM members at the cash bar; entrance fee is payable at the event.


Reservations not cancelled within 2 business day of the event will be charged as a no-show and invoiced . If the event falls on a Monday or is preceded by a holiday, cancellation is required by the previous business day.