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The Reynolds privilege is concerned to provide a proper degree of protection for responsible journalism when reporting matters of public concern.
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Courts are bound by the doctrine of stare decisis and will follow the Federal Court's decision in Ang Ming Lee in holding that Reg. 11(3) of HDR is ultra vires.
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The Court of Appeal in IRDK Venture Sdn Bhd v Econpile (M) Sdn Bhd [2020] 5 AMR 865 and Lee Swee Seng J (as he then was) at the High Court in Econpile (M) Sdn Bhd v IRDK Ventures Sdn Bhd and another case ...
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Section 73 of the CA states that "a person to whom money has been paid, or anything delivered, by mistake or under coercion, must repay or return it".
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In Safari Alliance Sdn Bhd v Tiger Synergy Berhad (and Another Originating Summons) [2020] 3 AMR 798, the Malaysian High Court dismissed an attempt by a company to hold a general meeting...
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On 23 April 2020, Malaysians saw for the second time a live broadcast of court proceedings wherein the Court of Appeal live streamed three appeals for the public to view.
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The recently released written grounds of judgment for this matter has provided welcome clarification on several important issues for providers of aviation services.
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Based on a true story, Witter Yee recounts the tale of two conflicting Court of Appeal decisions.
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The High Court's decision in UDA Holdings was upheld by the Court of Appeal.
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The question posed to the Court of Appeal in Mak Siew Wei is closely linked to the principle of reflective loss.
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Loo Peh Fern and Siew Ka Yan explain a case of a hospital's liability for misinformation by its non-medically qualified staff.
Lee Hishammuddin Allen & Gledhill
Resignation in the face of threatened disciplinary action will not constitute a forced or involuntary resignation.
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There are broadly three types of legal privilege - legal advice privilege, litigation privilege and "Without Prejudice" privilege.
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In the recent decision of Cubic Electronics Sdn Bhd v Mars Telecommunications Sdn Bhd [2019] CLJ 723, the apex court of Malaysia revisited the principles on forfeiture of deposits...
Morrison & Foerster LLP
On July 1, 2019, in Jaya Sudhir a/l Jayaram v Nautical Supreme Sdn Bhd & Ors (Federal Court Civil Appeal No. 02(i)-83-09/2018(W)) ("Jaya Sudhir Jayaram"),
Herbert Smith Freehills
As the spotlight shines on mediated settlements with the signing of the Singapore Convention on Mediation on 7 August 2019
Herbert Smith Freehills
In Calibre M&E Sdn Bhd v PT Cooline HVAC Engineering (Originating Summons Nos. WA-24C(ARB)-47-09/2017 and WA-24C(ARB)-49-10/2017),
Herbert Smith Freehills
In the first half of 2019, Malaysia's Court of Appeal considered no less than four appeals relating to applications to restrain the calling of performance bonds in the construction sector.
Rahman Ravelli Solicitors
Malaysia's former Prime Minister Najib Razak has gone on trial over allegations relating to alleged corruption involving the sovereign wealth fund 1MDB.
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On 4 April 2018, the Limitation (Amendment) Act 2018 ("Act") was passed by the Malaysian Parliament.
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