We look back at the year 2021 and with a countdown of the top 5 most-read articles on The Malaysian Lawyer this year. We look forward to having our readers continue to frequent this blog in the year 2022.
This article sets out a list of 21 active Malaysian law blogs as at 1 September 2021. A law blog would qualify for the list if there has been at least one post in the year 2021.
We look forward to seeing the Malaysian law blog community continue to grow here.
The blogs have been arranged in alphabetical order. Continue reading
This morning, I received the following email from the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC). It carried the ominous subject title of ‘Misuse of Personal Details Without Consent‘. In essence, MCMC carried a complaint where I had referred to the grounds of judgment where the Court listed out the parties’ names. I also update below the reply I have received from MCMC.
Two years ago, the first-ever post was published on TML to introduce this new legal blog to the world.
Since then, we have published more than 100 posts (this is the 134th!), including posts from several guest writers.
Through TML, we have had the privilege of meeting new people and being introduced to exciting and unique opportunities.
On 29 March 2017, it has been reported (see Bernama and the New Straits Times) that the Bankruptcy (Amendment) Bill 2016 has been passed by the Dewan Rakyat, being the lower house of Parliament of Malaysia. The changes to the law will not be in force just yet. The Bill will now be sent to the Dewan Negara and then subsequently receive Royal Assent. The coming into force of the new law will then be on a gazetted date.
As earlier posted, TheMalaysianLawyer.com is partnering up with Legal Logic Asia for this upcoming Companies Act 2016 talk. It will be on 4 April 2017 at Pullman Hotel Bangsar. Click on the image below for the registration form.
Set out below is a preview of some of the topics that will be covered at the talk. I highlight below 6 common areas I come across frequently in practice.