Protecting Your Photographic Works

  • 28 Jun 2017
  • 19:00 - 21:00
  • 48 Niven Road
  • 5

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Why is Intellectual property important?
How can photographers protect their intellectual property?

To solve the problem of general devaluation and underappreciating of photographic works, photographers need to take hold of the power of intellectual property and understand their rights.

Mr. Samuel Seow is the founder and Managing Director of Samuel Seow Law Corporation with associated offices now in China, Malaysia and the Philippines.

Samuel’s expertise is in the field of intellectual property law and general commercial and corporate law, and he has extensive experience in dealing with a wide range of transactions, with a special focus on the application of these laws to the entertainment, arts and media industries. He is a much recognised name in these industries. The Asia-Pacific Legal 500 has ranked Samuel as a “significant individual” in the fields of Intellectual Property law and Technology, Media and Telecommunications law. Asian Legal Business has described him as a “mover and shaker”; and he has also been dubbed the “celebrity lawyer” of Singapore in the popular press for his extensive experience in representing well-known personalities in Singapore and across the globe. Samuel is also acclaimed as a speaker on topics relating to law and entrepreneurship and has been invited to speak at many events throughout the world, including TEDx talks as well as talks for the XMedia Lab.

A lover of the arts, Samuel takes pride that Samuel Seow Law Corporation has been awarded the Patron of the Arts award from the National Arts Council for the past consecutive years.