Freelancers rights and obligations

​​​​​U FSE Freelancer Fair: Understanding Freelancers' Legal Rights and Obligations Under New Freelancing Business Models

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Are you aware of your legal rights as a self-employed person and your liabilities based on the business structure that you operate in?  Is the force majeure clause applicable in this pandemic? How can you better protect yourself through contracts and recourse avenues?

Join our speaker, Mr Ian Lim, Partner from TSMP Law Corporation on Zoom, 19 October 2020, 9.30am to 10.30am, to have your questions answered and be equipped with the necessary knowledge to enhance the sustainability of your freelance career.  Mr Lim's practice has a specific emphasis on all aspects of Singapore and regional employment law, particularly on both contentious and non-contentious issues of non-competition, confidentiality & data privacy, wrongful dismissal, harassment, retirement & reemployment, employee integrations and industrial relations.

This one-hour virtual session is curated specially to meet your needs, and promises valuable insights and resources:

  • Operating business structure and its liabilities
  • Contracts and sample terms
  • Explaining force majeure clause in the context of COVID-19
  • Avenues to seeking recourse and protection as freelancers
  • Greater assurance of freelance career through insurance and CPF
  • Q&A with Mr Lim

​ Sign up now at: https://bit.ly/33jEvCo
Registration closes on 15 October or when registration is full.


Speaker

Mr Ian Lim, Partner, TSMP Law Corporation

LinkedIn Ian Lim​

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Ian heads TSMP's Employment & Labour team. His practice has a specific emphasis on all aspects of Singapore and regional employment law, particularly on both contentious and non-contentious issues of non-competition, confidentiality & data privacy, wrongful dismissal, harassment, retirement & reemployment, employee integrations and industrial relations. Ian is the lead author for the Singapore chapters of annual international publications “The Employment Law Review" and “Getting the Deal Through – Labour & Employment", as well as the Employment Contracts chapter of 'Law Relating to Specific Contracts in Singapore.

Ian is the immediate past Chairman of the Civil Practice Committee of the Law Society of Singapore, and is an appointed Tribunal Magistrate of the State Courts Small Claims Tribunals as well as a Fellow of the Singapore Institute of Arbitrators (FSIArb). He is also active in pro-bono and charitable work, with a focus on migrant worker welfare.​

More about Ian: https://www.tsmplaw.com/lawyer/ian-lim/​​