Kee Shu Min

Immigration to deport Bangladeshi politician in spite of court order

Malaysiakini | The Immigration Department signed off on an order to deport Bangladeshi opposition politician MA Quayum six days after the KL High Court granted him a stay of deportation pending his habeas corpus application, challenging his unlawful detention. His lawyers Kee Shu Min and Edmund Bon said this was a violation of the court order.

Bangladesh politician gets stay of deportation

The Malaysian Reserve | The KL High Court granted an application by a Bangladeshi opposition politician to delay his deportation pending the disposal of his habeas corpus application for alleged wrongful detention. His daughter claimed that he would face political persecution if sent back to Bangladesh. The application was made through his lawyer Kee Shu Min.

High Court grants Bangladeshi politician stay of deportation

Malaysiakini | Lawyer Kee Shu Min said KL High Court judge K. Muniandy scheduled April 5 to hear Bangladeshi opposition politician MA Quayum’s application for habeas corpus to challenge his unlawful detention by the Immigration Department. Quayum has reportedly been under the Malaysia My Second Home programme since 2015 and also is a refugee listed by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR).

Mahkamah benarkan pelarian politik Bangladesh tangguh pengusiran

Malaysiakini | Ahli politik pembangkang Bangladesh MA Quayum, yang telah berlindung di Malaysia sejak 2015, telah diberikan perintah penangguhan pengusiran oleh Mahkamah Tinggi KL. Peguam Kee Shu Min berkata Mahkamah Tinggi mengarahkan kerajaan mengemukakan afidavit tambahannya pada 2 Feb dan Quayum untuk memfailkan jawapan balas pada 1 Mac.

Mahkamah benar tangguh hantar pulang ahli politik Bangladesh

Harian Metro | Pemimpin politik pembangkang Bangladesh MA Quayum berjaya dalam permohonannya di Mahkamah Tinggi untuk mendapatkan perintah penggantungan bagi menghalang Jabatan Imigresen Malaysia (JIM) menghantarnya pulang ke negara asal. Peguam Kee Shu Min mewakili Quayum membuat permohonan itu dan tiada bantahan daripada Peguam Persekutuan.

Former GIIB directors freed from MACC charges

New Straits Times | The court accepted a motion to quash four charges under section 18 of the MACC 2009 Act against two of GIIB Holdings Bhd’s former directors, stating that the charges were related to allegations made by a former director of finance who was dismissed for misconduct. They were represented by lawyers Kee Shu Min and Amer Hamzah Arshad.

Court acquits 2 ex-GIIB executives for issuing fake documents

Free Malaysia Today | Lawyer Amer Hamzah Arshad said the High Court judge allowed a motion to acquit the rubber compound manufacturer’s former executive director and its former CEO. They were charged with intending to deceive audit firm Grant Thornton Malaysia PLT through the issuance of fake documents. The duo argued that the documents were not intended for the firm and hence cannot be meant to deceive.

Two top officials of GIIB acquitted of charges of furnishing fake documents

The Edge | Two former top officials of GIIB Holdings Bhd were acquitted by the High Court of charge under sections 18 and 18(1)(c) of the MACC Act respectively, related to the furnishing of fake documents. Lawyers Amer Hamzah Arshad and Kee Shu Min had argued that the duties and responsibilities of an auditor under the Companies Act 2016 do not constitute an interest under section 18 of the MACC Act.

MCTC wins leave to challenge liquid nicotine delisting

CodeBlue | The High Court granted leave to three CSOs to pursue judicial review of the Health Minister’s order exempting liquid nicotine from the Poisons List. Counsel Edmund Bon and others argued that the liquid nicotine exemption exposed children to the unfettered purchase of e-cigarettes and vapes, due to a lack of regulations prohibiting sales to minors.

Immigration to deport Bangladeshi politician in spite of court order

Malaysiakini | The Immigration Department signed off on an order to deport Bangladeshi opposition politician MA Quayum six days after the KL High Court granted him a stay of deportation pending his habeas corpus application, challenging his unlawful detention. His lawyers Kee Shu Min and Edmund Bon said this was a violation of the court order.

Bangladesh politician gets stay of deportation

The Malaysian Reserve | The KL High Court granted an application by a Bangladeshi opposition politician to delay his deportation pending the disposal of his habeas corpus application for alleged wrongful detention. His daughter claimed that he would face political persecution if sent back to Bangladesh. The application was made through his lawyer Kee Shu Min.

High Court grants Bangladeshi politician stay of deportation

Malaysiakini | Lawyer Kee Shu Min said KL High Court judge K. Muniandy scheduled April 5 to hear Bangladeshi opposition politician MA Quayum’s application for habeas corpus to challenge his unlawful detention by the Immigration Department. Quayum has reportedly been under the Malaysia My Second Home programme since 2015 and also is a refugee listed by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR).

Mahkamah benarkan pelarian politik Bangladesh tangguh pengusiran

Malaysiakini | Ahli politik pembangkang Bangladesh MA Quayum, yang telah berlindung di Malaysia sejak 2015, telah diberikan perintah penangguhan pengusiran oleh Mahkamah Tinggi KL. Peguam Kee Shu Min berkata Mahkamah Tinggi mengarahkan kerajaan mengemukakan afidavit tambahannya pada 2 Feb dan Quayum untuk memfailkan jawapan balas pada 1 Mac.

Mahkamah benar tangguh hantar pulang ahli politik Bangladesh

Harian Metro | Pemimpin politik pembangkang Bangladesh MA Quayum berjaya dalam permohonannya di Mahkamah Tinggi untuk mendapatkan perintah penggantungan bagi menghalang Jabatan Imigresen Malaysia (JIM) menghantarnya pulang ke negara asal. Peguam Kee Shu Min mewakili Quayum membuat permohonan itu dan tiada bantahan daripada Peguam Persekutuan.

Former GIIB directors freed from MACC charges

New Straits Times | The court accepted a motion to quash four charges under section 18 of the MACC 2009 Act against two of GIIB Holdings Bhd’s former directors, stating that the charges were related to allegations made by a former director of finance who was dismissed for misconduct. They were represented by lawyers Kee Shu Min and Amer Hamzah Arshad.

Court acquits 2 ex-GIIB executives for issuing fake documents

Free Malaysia Today | Lawyer Amer Hamzah Arshad said the High Court judge allowed a motion to acquit the rubber compound manufacturer’s former executive director and its former CEO. They were charged with intending to deceive audit firm Grant Thornton Malaysia PLT through the issuance of fake documents. The duo argued that the documents were not intended for the firm and hence cannot be meant to deceive.

Two top officials of GIIB acquitted of charges of furnishing fake documents

The Edge | Two former top officials of GIIB Holdings Bhd were acquitted by the High Court of charge under sections 18 and 18(1)(c) of the MACC Act respectively, related to the furnishing of fake documents. Lawyers Amer Hamzah Arshad and Kee Shu Min had argued that the duties and responsibilities of an auditor under the Companies Act 2016 do not constitute an interest under section 18 of the MACC Act.

MCTC wins leave to challenge liquid nicotine delisting

CodeBlue | The High Court granted leave to three CSOs to pursue judicial review of the Health Minister’s order exempting liquid nicotine from the Poisons List. Counsel Edmund Bon and others argued that the liquid nicotine exemption exposed children to the unfettered purchase of e-cigarettes and vapes, due to a lack of regulations prohibiting sales to minors.