We continuously organise seminars to educate the public and professional on specific areas. Below are some of our past events
Malaysia has seen rapid developments in Internet technology, which has created new opportunities for business and social interaction and at the same time has given rise to the growing threat of cybercrime and abuse of the internet. Cyber laws in Malaysia covers a myriad of issues affecting both private and public issues, which can lead […]
Malaysia continues to assert its position as a world leader in Islamic finance. It has the world’s largest Sukuk market, accounting for around over 60% of global Sukuk issuance. The growth of the Sukuk market in Malaysia has given rise to a need to create greater awareness of the potential and opportunities brought about by […]
Maritime Law Conference – Kuala Lumpur from IMSML on Vimeo. Shipping disputes date back many centuries. The means of enforcing admiralty claims and recovering maritime debts began to take the forms as we now know them, over the last 100 years. The Arrest Convention of 1952 remains the primary source of the admiralty jurisdiction asserted […]
The Companies Bill 2015, which was recently passed by Parliament on 28 April 2016, brings about major changes to the existing corporate landscape in Malaysia, as it replaces the old Companies Act 1965. The new Act effectively modernizes the Malaysian corporate legal setup in line with the current international standards. The new Act changes various […]
Advocacy is the art of persuasion. Most law schools teach this subject but only to a certain level due to limited time and lack of
experienced teachers in this practical field. Thus, this subject is often left to individuals desiring to do “court work” to devise their own proficiency.
This conference brings together all stakeholders in labour and employment practice in Malaysia. With speakers from the Industrial Court, the Ministry of Human Resources, the Malaysian Employers Federation (MEF), the Malaysian Trades Union Congress (MTUC), the corporate sector as well as HR consultants, academicians and prominent lawyers from Malaysia, Indonesia and New Zealand amongst others.
Good business is not just about achieving the desired financial results by being competitive but must also be ethical, sustainable and in compliance with law. It is therefore the responsibility of stewards and guardians of companies to not only set up strategic directions and guidelines in the compliances with these but also to ensure the companies conduct themselves in this manner.
Marry in Haste, Regret in Leisure: Know Your Rights in a Divorce