Lawyers at CNPLaw author the Singapore chapter of Social Media and Employment Law: An International Survey

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Lawyers at CNPLaw author the Singapore chapter of Social Media and Employment Law: An International Survey


Date Published: 23 September 2015


Authors and Contributors: Pradeep Kumar Singh and Michelle Chan.




 

Mr Pradeep Kumar Singh and Ms Michelle Chan have authored the Singapore Chapter of Social Media and Employment Law: An International Survey published by Wolters Kluwer in 2015.

The publication is written in the context of employment laws, as well as privacy laws, surveys the state of the law in over thirty key jurisdictions. It provides a comprehensive and user-friendly multinational summary on employment and labour law questions arising in connection with the use of social media. The book is divided into country chapters, each written by a known local specialist. The chapters cover the applicable statutory regimes, case law, useful checklists, and recommendations.

 

 

CNPLaw’s Labour and Employment Lawyer

Pradeep Kumar Singh Admin Partner at CNPLaw

Admin Partner

Pradeep acts for corporations, whether they are private or listed companies, on all aspects of their business including advice and drafting of documentation on investments, joint ventures, mergers and acquisitions and restructurings. With Pradeep co-heading the Employment and Immigration team, The Legal 500 Asia Pacific 2020 has commented that CNPLaw has “a solid reputation” for assisting local and foreign clients, who are employers or employees, with a range of issues.





Employment issues are of fundamental concern to both individuals and corporations alike. This is especially so given the growing emphasis on human capital development across the world. Such issues involve an intricate interplay between commercial objectives and normative considerations. Here at CNPLaw, our lawyers strive to help our clients find the balance required to nurture a positive working environment. We advise both employers and employees (whether local or foreign) on the areas below.