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21 April 2021 by
Scams are common these days. Hence, the regulatory bodies, financial institutions and news media often warn the public to exercise due diligence before making any investments with promises of high-profit returns.
08 April 2021 by
In the recent Industrial Court Award of Azffanizam bin Abd v Prince Court Medical Centre Sdn Bhd [Award No.11 of 2021] dated 4 January 2021, the Industrial Court accepted evidence taken from social media in dismissing a claim of forced resignation.
08 April 2021 by
In an admiralty action, can an intervener, not being the proper defendant, apply to set aside a warrant of arrest of a vessel on non-traditional grounds.
01 April 2021 by
It is inevitable that throughout the operations of businesses, policies and rules within the established businesses would go through changes, either to implement a change in the applicable laws and regulations, or to improve the company’s internal policies in order to enhance its operations.
23 October 2020 by
On 23 October 2020, the Malaysian government gazetted the Temporary Measures for Reducing the Impact of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (Covid19) Act 2020 (“Covid-19 Act”). This Act, as evident from its name, is meant to provide temporary measures to ease the impact of Covid19 on various sectors and industries in Malaysia.
05 January 2022 by
16 September 2021 by
The 2022 edition of the definitive guide to Asia's leading law firms is now live
18 August 2021 by
asialaw is pleased to announce the shortlist for the fourth asialaw Awards
06 August 2021 by
The Industrial Court in Malaysia is an important institution that is established under the Industrial Relations Act 1967 to hear and decide on disputes in relation to the terms and conditions of employment in a collective agreement.