On March 29–31, Tilleke & Gibbins’ dispute resolution experts offered a three-episode Thai-language webinar series covering key legal information related to white-collar crime.
In the first episode, titled “White-Collar Crime: Theft and Forgery,” Kasamesunt Teerasitsathaporn, a partner in Tilleke & Gibbins’ dispute resolution group, focused on tools available in Thailand for fighting the most common types of white-collar crime—theft and forgery—including the penalties that can be imposed.
The following day, Chusert Supasitthumrong, partner and specialist in labor and employment law, continued with a presentation entitled “Investigating White Collar Crimes,” in which he addressed a wide range of offenses that can occur in a company. He also provided practical guidelines for companies to identify potential internal criminal breaches, and outlined steps the can take to confirm or dismiss the allegations.
In the final episode, titled “Prosecuting White Collar Crime,” Suruswadee Jaimsuwan, a counsel in the firm’s dispute resolution department, provided an overview of what employers can do to bring cases against employees who commit financial and economic crimes, and offered a detailed discussion of criminal court proceedings.
The recordings of all three sessions (in Thai) are available on the Tilleke & Gibbins YouTube channel.