The seminar focuses on issues relating to claims involving companies and misdirected funds or opportunities. The speakers will combine their academic and practical perspectives and how to frame the appropriate causes of action in both common law and equity. Continue reading →
The Court is able to exercise its jurisdiction under the Federal Court case of Badiaddinto set aside its own Order where the defect is of such a serious nature that there is a need to set aside the Order in the interests of justice. Continue reading →
The Companies Commission of Malaysia (SSM) has made an important announcement that the Companies Act 2016 [Act 777] has been reprinted as at 1 November 2018 with certain minor revisions. These typographical revisions were made under the powers of the Revision of Laws Act 1968.
The reprinted Companies Act 2016 (as at 1 November 2018) can be found on the SSM website here. Continue reading →
For those involved in the restructuring and insolvency field, I thought it would be useful to set out all the relevant provisions, subsidiary legislation and documents for the corporate rescue mechanism in Malaysia. Corporate rescue under the Companies Act 2016 is corporate voluntary arrangement and judicial management.
The Court of Appeal issued its grounds of judgment dated 19 September 2018 in the case of Mak Siew Wei v Yeoh Eng Kong and other appeals. The Court of Appeal took the unusual step of issuing a post-script to remind counsel of the need for well-researched briefs and advocacy. The Court reminded us that it is a cornerstone of the administration of justice. In our adversarial system, the Courts would rely significantly on the arguments of counsel and on the truth of the legal arguments.