[Event Recap] A Look at Minimising Business and Legal Risks

November 20, 2015

A presentation led by Dragon Law CEO Daniel Walker provided tips on minimising business and legal risks throughout the stages of the startup and business process.

Walker reviewed and explained several case studies to help the attendees better understand the legal issues and problems that can arise for any business.

The event, held in collaboration with St. James Place Wealth Management, took place in Singapore. Stay tuned for a similar event in the future.

Check out the free eBook Does the Law Matter? for some tips on how to protect your business from common legal mistakes.


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A Website Privacy Policy?

November 13, 2015

What is it?

A website privacy policy is a statement or a legal document that discloses some or all of the ways your business collects, uses, discloses, and manages a website visitor’s information.

Is it legally required?

Both Hong Kong and Singapore were some of the first jurisdictions to address data privacy concerns through legislation. Today, a website privacy policy is not just nice to have, but it is a legal necessity.

Why is it important to have?

Today, vast amounts of personal data are collected, used and transferred to third party organizations for a variety of reasons. This trend is expected to grow exponentially because of increasingly sophisticated technology. This makes individuals more and more concerned about how their personal data is being used.

All legal entities collect personal information when running a business. When a client physically visits a location, that person is able to see or know with whom he/she is dealing with.

That aspect of the experience is not possible when using a website.

Consequently, many internet users are (and rightly so) wary of sharing personal or identifiable information online.

Implementing a comprehensive website privacy policy will go a long way in gaining trust of customers or visitors of your website.

What are the benefits?

A website privacy policy helps to add credibility to your business. Your visitors receive peace of mind because they are informed of how you are using and collecting data on them.

Key clauses

A typical website privacy policy contains information about:

  • What data is collected
  • How data is used
  • How customers can contact you for access to their personal data
  • How you protect their data

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Don’t have one? Get one now.

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The HR Solution from Dragon Law

November 9, 2015

Dragon Law’s HR bundle is the solution for better protecting your business, speeding up your HR processes, and staying up-to-date with the latest labour legislations in Hong Kong.

Learn more here.