Contracts in the Hospitality Industry

Written by Marlysa Razak and Brenda Tan Introduction  In the beginning of 2021, the travel industry and community renewed their hopes and dreams that travelling would soon be possible again, especially with the introduction of vaccines for the Covid-19.…

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RWC Webreport : The first S17A MACC Act matter in Court

Reported by Nurul Athirah Ja’afar On 18th March 2021, marks the first case of a company, Pristine Offshore Sdn Bhd, being charged by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission, under the newly incorporated Section 17A of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption…

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OVERVIEW OF IATA TRAVEL PASS

Written by Marlysa Razak and Wong Shuang Jie Introduction  In recent times of pandemic, there have been restrictions or even complete halt on international aviation. Despite there are countries that do allow for necessary travels, there are still rigid…

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MODEL AND LEGAL ISSUES OF DROPSHIP

Written by Marlysa Razak and Jeremy Ling Introduction For most, 2020 has not been the best of years. However, this was not the case for Kamil Sattar. At the age of 20, Kamil became one of the youngest members…

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e-KYC in Malaysia

Written by Richard Wee, Wendy Ho and Jeremy Ling Tze Yu Introduction ‘e-KYC’ stems from the acronym ‘KYC’ (Know Your Customer). As the name suggests, KYC is a mandatory practice or process imposed upon businesses to verify the…

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Public Listing and IPO: A Brief Overview

Written by Richard Wee and Wendy Ho. Feel free to contact the authors for further clarification on IPO vide justright@richardweechambers.com. On the 26th of October 2020, MR D.I.Y. Group (M) Berhad, Malaysia’s largest home improvement retailer successfully made its…

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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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