RWC WEBREPORT: AIAC Sports Law Workshop

Reported by Saphna Ravichandran & Wong Zi Ying On 11th September 2020, the Asian International Arbitration Centre (AIAC) hosted a workshop on Understanding Esports: Legal Rights and Implications as part of the on-going AIAC September Sports Month…

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Winding up in Malaysia

Written by Richard Wee & Jacob Wong Introduction Winding up of a company means ending the business of the company by dissolving all the assets to pay off the creditors and subsequently distribute the remaining assets to…

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Your Right to Remain Silent

Written by Ashley Yip, Richard Wee & Indthu Selvamuthu This article is related to a previous article related to the Constitutional Right to legal representation if detained by authorities.  Introduction It is often said that a citizen has…

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Company Law : Shareholders Role & Rights

Written by Richard Wee & Jacob Wong A brief comment about shareholders role and rights under the Company Act 2016 of Malaysia Introduction Shareholders are the backbone and somewhat, owners of a company. It is imperative for  shareholders…

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Reforms of Football Agents: A “Yay” or A “Nay”?

Written by Richard Wee & Wong Zi Ying “It was a mistake to de-regulate agents in 2015”     — Emilio García Silvero (Chief Legal Officer, FIFA)  Football agent, who is known as a football intermediary, is a representative and intermediary…

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SPORTS LAW: THE VAR

By Richard Wee, Lesley Lim & Marcus Leong (FIRST PUBLISHED ON MAHWENGKWAI & ASSOCIATES’ WEBSITE HERE) In the words of Diego Maradona, the former Argentine professional footballer described Video Assistant Referee (VAR) as a “technology that brings transparency and quality…

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Features of the newly amended Sports Development Act 1997

By Richard Wee and Saphna Ravichandran (First published on MahWengKwai & Associates’ website here) The Sports Development Act was passed by Parliament and gazetted on 25 September 1997. It promotes and facilitates the development, administration and registration of sports in…

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RWC WEBREPORT : AIAC Sports Law Workshop

Reported by Ashley Yip On the 4th of September, the Asian International Arbitration Centre (AIAC) held a workshop at their auditorium. The topic of the seminar was about the Introduction to Sports Dispute Resolution. It is part…

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Identity Theft

Written by Richard Wee and Low May Ping Introduction In this era, we depend heavily on the Internet and many other online applications. The daily activities of a typical Internet user include checking emails, dealing with banking transactions and…

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Supply Chain Logistics 101

Written by Marlysa Razak and Low May Ping Introduction Due to the advancement of technology, the idea of supply chain has been growing over time. Today, supply chains often exist between the businesses, as it is difficult…

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Covid-19 Bill: The Twelve Amendments

Written by Richard Wee, Wendy Ho, Ian Phua, Low May Ping and Ashley Yip Legal impact of the proposed Covid-19 Bill of Malaysia   Introduction The Temporary Measures for Reducing the Impact of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (Covid-19) Bill…

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RWC IS THE SPORTS LAW FIRM OF THE YEAR

The Asian Legal Business (ALB) annual Malaysia Law Awards was held on 14th August 2020. Due to the current Covid-19 concerns, the ceremony (for the first time) was held online. At the online ceremony, RWC was declared…

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Travel Bubble

Written by Marlysa Razak and Ian Phua Introduction The Covid-19 pandemic has become the main concern across the globe. As a result, the governments of respected countries have no choice but to declare lockdowns and border closures.…

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