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SAL Journal Special Issue - Malaysia Law

This issue features articles on:

(a)          notable developments in competition law in Malaysia;

(b)          the main issues impacting the practical aspects in the Islamic finance industry in Malaysia;

(c)           the occasional conflicts that occur in Malaysian courts between constitutional supremacy and the popular notion of the supremacy of Islam;

(d)          how the Malaysian courts have dealt with substantive human rights issues, particularly in the last ten years, and the issues of access to justice, locus standi and justiciability of cases involving human rights issues before the Malaysian courts;

(e)          issues surrounding the self-dealing and no-profit rules under the Malaysian Companies Act 2016;

(f)           whether judicial management in Malaysia, in its present iteration, sufficiently embodies a rescue culture;

(g)          corporate criminal liability and section 17A of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission Act 2009;

(h)          the issues involved in the Federal Court’s decision in Berjaya Times Square Sdn Bhd v M-Concept Sdn Bhd [2010] 1 MLJ 597;

 

 

Articles

1. Introduction

2. Competition Law in Malaysia: A Digest of Recent Developments

3. Thirty-five Years of the Malaysian Judiciary Adjudicating Islamic Finance Matters

4. Between Two Shores: Courts, the Constitution and the Shariah

5. The Courts and the Enforcement of Human Rights

6. Self-dealing and No-profit Rules: Companies Act 2016 – Past to Present

7. Does Judicial Management in Malaysia Sufficiently Embody a Rescue Culture?

8. Corporate Criminal Liability and Section 17A of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission Act

9. Berjaya Times Square Revisited: What’s in a Name?

 

Articles by

1. The Honourable Justice Datuk Nallini Pathmanathan

2. Dato’ Seri Mohd Hishamudin Yunus

3. The Honourable Justice Dato’ Seri Mohd Zawawi bin Salleh & Dr Mohd Johan Lee

4. Datuk Dr Shad Saleem Faruqi

5. Dato’ Ambiga Sreenevasan & Ding Jo-Ann

6. Dato’ Loh Siew Cheang

7. Rabindra S Nathan

8. Chee Keong Low & Tak Yip Low

9. Dr David Fung Yin Kee

10. Joanna Kalowski

11. Christine Sim

12. Dorcas Quek Anderson

 

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Date of Publication: September 2020

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This issue features articles on:

(a)          notable developments in competition law in Malaysia;

(b)          the main issues impacting the practical aspects in the Islamic finance industry in Malaysia;

(c)           the occasional conflicts that occur in Malaysian courts between constitutional supremacy and the popular notion of the supremacy of Islam;

(d)          how the Malaysian courts have dealt with substantive human rights issues, particularly in the last ten years, and the issues of access to justice, locus standi and justiciability of cases involving human rights issues before the Malaysian courts;

(e)          issues surrounding the self-dealing and no-profit rules under the Malaysian Companies Act 2016;

(f)           whether judicial management in Malaysia, in its present iteration, sufficiently embodies a rescue culture;

(g)          corporate criminal liability and section 17A of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission Act 2009;

(h)          the issues involved in the Federal Court’s decision in Berjaya Times Square Sdn Bhd v M-Concept Sdn Bhd [2010] 1 MLJ 597;

 

 

Articles

1. Introduction

2. Competition Law in Malaysia: A Digest of Recent Developments

3. Thirty-five Years of the Malaysian Judiciary Adjudicating Islamic Finance Matters

4. Between Two Shores: Courts, the Constitution and the Shariah

5. The Courts and the Enforcement of Human Rights

6. Self-dealing and No-profit Rules: Companies Act 2016 – Past to Present

7. Does Judicial Management in Malaysia Sufficiently Embody a Rescue Culture?

8. Corporate Criminal Liability and Section 17A of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission Act

9. Berjaya Times Square Revisited: What’s in a Name?

 

Articles by

1. The Honourable Justice Datuk Nallini Pathmanathan

2. Dato’ Seri Mohd Hishamudin Yunus

3. The Honourable Justice Dato’ Seri Mohd Zawawi bin Salleh & Dr Mohd Johan Lee

4. Datuk Dr Shad Saleem Faruqi

5. Dato’ Ambiga Sreenevasan & Ding Jo-Ann

6. Dato’ Loh Siew Cheang

7. Rabindra S Nathan

8. Chee Keong Low & Tak Yip Low

9. Dr David Fung Yin Kee

10. Joanna Kalowski

11. Christine Sim

12. Dorcas Quek Anderson

 

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Products specifications
Article Type SAL Journal Special Issue - Malaysia Law
Depth 2.00000
Height 15.00000
Weight 0.80000
Width 24.00000
Shipping Rate To Singapore FREE