Lecturer

Mr.Praphrut Chatprapachai
Education Background:
  • LL.B. Thammasat University, Thailand, 2004
  • LL.M. (Legal Institutions MLI), University of Wisconsin, U.S.A., 2005
  • LL.M., Cornell University, U.S.A., 2007
  • Diploma of Lawyer Council of Thailand
  • Barrister-at-Law, the Institute of Legal Education Thai Bar Association 
  • Government of Japan's Research Fellowship (Monbukagakusho) at Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan
Research and Publications
Academic articles
  • Chatprapachai, P. (2013). Piercing the Corporate Veil Doctrine in Comparative View. Assumption University Law Journal, 37-63.
  • Chatprapachai, P. (2012). Deceleration of Foreign Exchange Market: Tobin Tax and Implementation. ABAC Journal, 67-81.
  • Chatprapachai, P. (November 2011; published in July 2012). The Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights in Developing Countries. Assumption University Law Journal, 41-62.
  • Chatprapachai, P. (2010). Thai Product Liability Law: Preparation for Entrepreneurs. ABAC Journal, 30-44.
  • Chatprapachai, P. (2010). An Overview of U.S. Product Liability Law. Assumption University Law Journal, 140-161.
  • Chatprapachai, P. (2009). Developing Countries in the WTO. Assumption University Law Journal, 193-198.
  • Chatprapachai, P. (2008). The Prospective Achievement of ASEAN as an Economic Union. Assumption University Law Journal, 81-84.
Textbook
  • Mastin A. D., Kongcharoen A., & Chatprapachai, P. (2008). Selected Materials on International Business Transactions. Bangkok: Assumption University Press.
Research
  • Chatprapachai, P. (2011). Uncertainty of ‘Product’ Definition under Section 4 of Liability for Damage Arising from Unsafe Products Act, B.E. 2551 (2008 A.D.): A Comparative Study of U.S., Japan and Thailand (extended abstract), Proceedings of the 4th Thailand-Japan International Academic Conference (4th TJIA 2011) “Knowledge, No Boundary., 145-147.
 

 

 

 

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