With a raft of new laws on anti-corruption being introduced and more revisions to our civil court procedure rules being considered, we dug up three old articles to share. Feels like a long time ago! Some of the information may be outdated but generally, much still apply.
The chapters on Malaysia were the ones we worked on in the years of 2014 and 2015. They are here:
- The International Comparative Legal Guide to: Litigation & Dispute Resolution 2015, “Chapter 23: Malaysia”, pages 181 to 187, by Edmund and Sin Yew (assisted by Andrew Yong Yu-I). Among others, the chapter examined pre-action, court procedures, evidence and alternative dispute resolution.
- Getting the Deal Through’s Anti-Corruption Regulation 2015, “Malaysia” by Sin Yew and Joshua, on the relevant anti-bribery laws and case updates.
- Getting the Deal Through’s Anti-Corruption Regulation 2014, “Malaysia” by Edmund and Sin Yew, on the relevant anti-bribery laws and case updates.
Treat our views therein as providing a bird’s-eye view of the issues. We are sure that any situation you are encountering will be much, much more complicated. In that case, you should seek further expert advice.