Written by Richard Wee and Daniel (Article originally written on 4th April 2016 by Richard Wee & Janessa Kok. This is an update). Introduction In December 2015, the football federation for North America, better known as CONCACAF initiated…

By Richard Wee, Lesley Lim, Bryan Boo & Vincent Lim (First published on MahWengKwai & Associates’ website here) It is undeniable that governance and a global regulation is vital to the long-term sustenance and continual growth of any sport. Such a…

Sports Law: What’s Next? – The Recent Case of Badminton Match-Fixing By Richard Wee, Lesley Lim, Vincent Lim & Bryan Boo (FIRST PUBLISHED ON MAHWENGKWAI & ASSOCIATES’ WEBSITE HERE) *Picture shown is for illustration purposes only. Photo credit: “Badminton Semifinal Pan…

JOINTLY WRITTEN BY RICHARD WEE (MESSRS RICHARD WEE CHAMBERS) AND BRYAN BOO (MESSRS BRyAN & CO). ASSISTED BY WENDY HO (MESSRS RICHARD WEE CHAMBERS) In our previous article, we discussed the 5 core principles encapsulated in the ‘Guidelines…

Contract of Service or Contract for Services? (Part 2) By Richard Wee, Janessa Kok and Oh Jia Ling (First published on MahWengKwai & Associates’ website here) In our previous article (“The Difference Between Contract of Service and Contract for Services”)(Part 1),…

Introduction Medicine is a science that is constantly evolving. Surgical procedures that were thought impossible decades ago today can be performed with as minimal invasion to the body as possible. Yet, each case is very different from…

By Richard Wee, Janessa Kok and Oh Jia Ling (FIRST PUBLISHED ON MAHWENGKWAI & ASSOCIATES’ WEBSITE HERE) There is a constant debate about a contract of service and a contract for services. While the difference in that phrase is…

Case Study: The Matildas gain equal pay as the male National Australian Football players. By Richard Wee, Bryan Boo and Wai Leng In November 2019, Football Federation Australia (FFA) announced a ‘same-pay’ deal for men and women national football players.…

grab driver competition law

Case Study: Grab and the Competition Act 2010 By Bryan Boo Recently, the Malaysia Competition Commission (“MyCC“) proposed to fine Grab RM 86 million for abusive practices infringing section 10 of the Competition Act 2010 (“the Act”). The…

cycling esports edoping

Cycling, Esports, Edoping A commentary on a recent edoping case in cycling esports by Richard Wee and Bryan Boo The British Cycling, which is the national governing body for cycling in Great Britain, had recently stripped Cameron Jeffers of his title…

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