By Kelly Chung Kee Lee
Kelly Chung considers the need for greater consumer protection in Malaysia. The National Consumers Complaints Centre has recently been advocating for the introduction of lemon laws into our legal system.
By Zamir Hamdy Hamdan
Zamir Hamdy Hamdan explains the need to safeguard employees' personal data. It is unquestionably the case that a fair amount of most corporations' repositories of personal data include those of their employees.
By Ezane Chong Ing Tze
, Vivian Siew
The issue of how to divide property following the breakdown of a marriage is a vexed one which has spawned many a battle amongst estranged couples.
By Trevor Padasian
, Nimalan Devaraja
About 23 years before Malaysia's political tsunami at the 12th General Election, its eastern state of Sabah experienced its own political tsunami.
By Lee Shih
The Privy Council in Singularis Holdings Ltd v Pricewaterhouse Coopers  UKPC 36 ("Singularis") has clarified the extent to which courts can render common law assistance for cross-border insolvencies.
By Natalie Ooi Wan Qing
Section 365(1) is in pari materia with Section 376(1) of the New South Wales Companies Act 1961.
By Grace Teoh
Dave Barry, a Pulitzer Prize-winning American author and columnist, was quoted as saying, "It is a scientific fact that your body will not absorb cholesterol if you take it from another person's plate".
By Eyza Farizan Mokhtar
Eyza Farizan Mokhtar examines a fight over the appointment of a provisional liquidator.
By Loshini Ramarmuty
Loshini Ramarmurty explains the first reported case on the Construction Industry Payment and Adjudication Act 2012.