The Covid 19 pandemic has severely affected the performance of many contracts in Malaysia through no fault of the parties. In such a situation, it is important to consider what is responsible and fair behavior in performing and enforcing contracts impacted by Covid 19. Our senior partner Jeff Leong explains in the short video above.… Continue reading JLPW LAW IN 60 SECONDS: What is responsible and fair behavior in performing and enforcing contracts impacted by the Covid 19 pandemic?
Section 17A of the Malaysian Anti Corruption Commission Act 2009 (MACCA) will be enforced from 1 June 2020. Directors and Senior Management need to protect themselves by taking immediate measures to comply with the new law. Joy Lim, from our JLPW Corporate, Securities & Investment Practice Group explains. Please seek a comprehensive explanation of the… Continue reading JLPW LAW IN 60 SECONDS: What you must do to protect Directors and Senior Management from personal liability for breach of Section 17A of the Malaysian Anti Corruption Commission Act 2009
Shanti Abraham and I spoke recently at a International Belt and Road Mediation Webinar on 23 April 2020. https://youtu.be/uaOTmfl1vxc The event promoted Malaysia as a Belt And Road Initiative Hub for Legal, Mediation And Arbitration Services. I arranged the MOU between Malaysian Mediation Centre (MMC) and International Commercial Mediation Centre for the Belt And Road… Continue reading Public Lectures On Mediation And Resolution Of Covid 19 Force Majeure Disputes And Online MOU Signing Ceremony Between The Malaysian Mediation Centre And The International Commercial Mediation Centre For The Belt And Road Initiative (Video)
On 23 April 2020, at the occasion of the online MOU signing ceremony between the Malaysian Mediation Centre and the International Commercial Mediation Centre For the Belt And Road Initiative, I gave a Public Lecture on the Covid 19 pandemic situation in Malaysia and how to resolve disputes arising from Force Majeure and Frustration of… Continue reading Public Lecture On Resolution of Covid 19 Force Majeure Disputes For International Commercial Mediation Centre For The Belt And Road Initiative (Video)
As of 13th May 2020, the Malaysian government allowed most Food and Beverages (F&B) services to resume trading under the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO/PKPB). However, as trading resumes, vendors are expected to comply with new Standards of Procedure (SOP) in carrying out their daily businesses. Although a majority of F&B services could resume trading,… Continue reading Food Hygiene Regulations 2009 And The F&B Operator: Covid 19 Updates