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Too Little, Too Late?
On 4 April 2018, the Limitation (Amendment) Act 2018 ("Act") was passed by the Malaysian Parliament.
Malaysia
7 Nov 2018
2
Know Your Rights As A Ratepayer
Rates are a type of tax imposed by local authorities in Malaysia. It is commonly referred to by its Malay name, cukai taksiran. In Peninsular Malaysia, the power to impose rates is found in Part XV of the Local Government Act 1976 ...
Malaysia
7 Nov 2018
3
Sale By Tender: When Does A Contract Arise?
It is common practice for receivers or liquidators selling the assets of a company to conduct a sale by tender, issuing an Information Memorandum and inviting tenders from various parties.
Malaysia
7 Nov 2018
4
War And Peace
The contract of marriage which binds two people together is a joyous occasion warranting the celebration of the community.
Malaysia
7 Nov 2018
5
Drilling Down The Details
Joshua Teoh explains how a decision of the Federal Court of Australia may be relevant to Malaysian patentees.
Malaysia
7 Nov 2018
6
Where Differences Matter
The FAQ further clarifies that CFD is a leveraged derivatives product that tracks the price movement of an underlying instrument.
Malaysia
6 Nov 2018
7
Duties Of Council Members And Categorisation Of Common Property
The Development comprised six blocks of shop and office lots.
Malaysia
6 Nov 2018
8
Intraday Short Selling: Here To Slay Or To Stay?
IDSS allows a party to sell first and buy the securities later.
Malaysia
6 Nov 2018
9
The Cape Town Convention And Aircraft Protocol
The creditor is not required to be situated in a Contracting State for the Convention to apply.
Malaysia
6 Nov 2018
10
Privacy Piracy
As a first step, establish an incident response team overseen by a party independent of the business unit where the breach occurred.
Malaysia
6 Nov 2018
11
A Personal Wrong Or A Corporate Wrong?
This distinction may be challenging to apply in practice.
Malaysia
6 Nov 2018
12
The Eye Appeal
Wai Hong and Brenda explain a significant decision on medical negligence by the Federal Court.
Malaysia
6 Nov 2018
13
From Floriculturists And Barbers To Airlines And Insurers
Shi Wen and Karyn examine the developments since the inception of the Competition Act 2010.
Malaysia
6 Nov 2018
14
The Inequality Of Dual Class Shares
Sheba Gumis explains the concepts underlying dual class shares.
Malaysia
6 Nov 2018
15
Adding Spice And Seasoning To The Malaysian Bond And Sukuk Market
Kok Chee Kheong provides an overview of the recent measures introduced to boost retail investment in bonds and sukuk in Malaysia.
Malaysia
6 Nov 2018
16
The New Intellectual Property Kid On The Blockchain
Lam Rui Rong discusses the use of blockchain technology in the protection of intellectual property.
Malaysia
6 Nov 2018
17
A New Hope (And Some Legal Issues That Came With It)
Nimalan Devaraja recalls some exciting events around the 14th General Elections in Malaysia.
Malaysia
6 Nov 2018
18
A New Hope (And Some Legal Issues That Came With It)
A day that will be forever etched in the memories of Malaysians who witnessed the 14th General Elections ("GE14").
Malaysia
12 Sep 2018
19
Corporate Liability For Corruption
It has been at least four years since the idea of introducing corporate liability in Malaysia for bribery and corruption was mooted.
Malaysia
3 Jul 2018
20
Draw The Line On Sexual Harassment
On 5 October 2017, the New York Times published an exposé on allegations of sexual harassment spanning several decades against Hollywood producer, Harvey Weinstein.
Malaysia
27 Jun 2018
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