Asia Pacific Business Guide

Doing business in Asia Pacific (APAC) requires regular interaction with lawyers, law firms and business consultants.
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Introduction

Doing business in Asia Pacific (APAC) requires regular interaction with lawyers, law firms and business consultants. The business consulting practice focused on Asia Pacific is built on regular review of applicable laws and latest legal developments. This platform aims to provide legal insights and business guides to assist the readers in determining the perspective of entrepreneurs, business owners, lawyers, law firms, business consultants, investment bankers, corporate executives, in-house counsels and business professionals with keen interest in the markets in the Asia-Pacific region.

Business Documents

Companies and individuals interested in doing business in Asia Pacific regularly require business documents, including, but not limited to, business incorporation documents, memorandum of association, articles of association, business partnership agreement, founders or cofounders agreement, shareholders agreement, share purchase agreement, share subscription agreement, investment agreement, employment agreement, vendor agreement, consultant agreement, product development agreement, website development agreement, mobile app development agreement, website terms of use, mobile app terms of use, privacy policy, and the like.

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APAC Legal Consulting

The legal issues faced by technology companies in the Asia Pacific jurisdiction majorly involve commercial litigation and intellectual property litigation. In the APAC region, a significant amount of legal expertise is achieved through commercial business context by building strong and effective relationships with clients and management.

The business consulting and legal solutions in APAC region are based on a market-leading approach, wherein the experts work with clients to understand cross-border financings and technology transactions in the APAC region. In use, such transactions are executed to cover multiple financial aspects, including leverage finance, acquisition finance, private equity finance, real estate finance, project finance, and general corporate financings across various industry sectors.

Asia Pacific Legal Compliance

Technology and financial corporations doing business in Asia Pacific regularly need to ensure that the legal compliance is completed in a timely manner. Accordingly, clients work with compliance specialists and international law firms to minimize business risks and conflicts, including, but not limited to, money laundering, financial regulatory compliance, intellectual property infringement, technology transfer and licensing.

Role of Lawyers in Asia

APAC includes business friendly jurisdictions like Singapore, Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea, China and Australia, wherein one can regularly find reputed family offices that provide wealth management advisory services to manage the financial investments of an affluent individual or family. For example, a family office headquartered in Singapore, with significant business interests across the globe shall require the expertise of a senior and experienced lawyer to manage the legal department and regularly interact with the senior management. Such a legal role shall involve analysis and review of legal or regulatory issues arising from the business activities in Singapore and abroad. The specific legal services shall also include services like protection of intellectual property rights by way of patents, designs  and trademarks, Estate Planning, Trusts, and Asset Protection.

APAC Jurisdiction

With a view to thoroughly understand the jurisdictions with the Asia Pacific, it is crucial to review the local laws within each region. The APAC region includes the jurisdictions of Australia and New Zealand, also known as Australasia. The Central and North East Asia includes the regions of China, Japan, Hong Kong, Macau, Mongolia, Kazakhstan, Taiwan and South Korea. Similarly, the region of South Asia includes India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Maldives, Sri Lanka and Pakistan. Also, the region of Southeast Asia includes Brunei, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Laos, Indonesia, Myanmar, Cambodia, Vietnam and Philippines.   

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Advocate Rahul Dev is a Patent Attorney & International Business Lawyer practicing Technology, Intellectual Property & Corporate Laws. He is reachable at rd (at) patentbusinesslawyer (dot) com & @rdpatentlawyer on Twitter.

Quoted in and contributed to 50+ national & international publications (Bloomberg, FirstPost, SwissInfo, Outlook Money, Yahoo News, Times of India, Economic Times, Business Standard, Quartz, Global Legal Post, International Bar Association, LawAsia, BioSpectrum Asia, Digital News Asia, e27, Leaders Speak, Entrepreneur India, VCCircle, AutoTech).

Regularly invited to speak at international & national platforms (conferences, TV channels, seminars, corporate trainings, government workshops) on technology, patents, business strategy, legal developments, leadership & management.

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Asia Pacific Business Guide

Doing business in Asia Pacific (APAC) requires regular interaction with lawyers, law firms and business consultants

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