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17 Oct 2018
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Getting the Deal Through - Government Investigations 2019
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Partner Chong Yee Leong of Rahmat Lim & Partners contributed the Malaysian chapter to Getting the Deal Through: Government Investigations 2019. Topics covered in the chapter include the relevant enforcement agencies and authorities, the requirements, triggers and procedures of an investigation, whistle-blowing regime, document preservation, notification of investors, and cooperation with enforcement agencies. The chapter is reproduced with permission from Law Business Research Ltd. It was first published in Getting the Deal Through: Government Investigations 2019 (published in September 2018). For further information, please visit www.gettingthedealthrough.com.




15 Aug 2018
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Practical Law Banking Regulation Global Guide 2018/2019: Malaysia chapter
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Azman bin Othman Luk, Managing Partner, Karen Foong, Principal and Elaine Heung, Senior Associate of Rahmat Lim & Partners ​contributed the Malaysian chapter to Banking Regulation Global Guide 2018 published by Thomson Reuters. The chapter provides a high level overview of the regulatory regime applicable to banks in Malaysia, including legislation, regulatory bodies, role of international standards, licensing, the rules on liquidity, foreign investment requirements, liquidation regimes as well as a review of regulatory developments and recent trends affecting banks. This chapter was first published in the Practical Law Banking Regulation Global Guide 2018/2019 and is reproduced with the permission of the publisher, Thomson Reuters.​




07 Jun 2018
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Getting the Deal Through - Government Investigations 2018
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Partner Chong Yee Leong of Rahmat Lim & Partners contributed the Malaysian chapter to Getting the Deal Through: Government Investigations 2018. Topics covered in the chapter include the relevant enforcement agencies and authorities, the requirements, triggers and procedures of an investigation, whistle-blowing regime, document preservation, notification of investors, and cooperation with enforcement agencies. The chapter is reproduced with permission from Law Business Research Ltd. It was first published in Getting the Deal Through: Government Investigations 2018 (published in September 2017; contributing editors: David M Zornow and Jocelyn E Strauber, Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP). For further information please visit www.gettingthedealthrough.com.




07 Jun 2018
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Getting the Deal Through: Agribusiness 2018
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Partners Azman bin Othman Luk, Pauline Khor, Amelia Koo and Moy Pui Yee of Rahmat Lim & Partners contributed the Malaysian chapter to Getting the Deal Through: Agribusiness 2018. Topics covered in the chapter include land acquisition and use, government programmes in the agribusiness industry, food safety and certification programmes, animal safety and control of diseases, operations of business organisations, agricultural workers regulations in respect of immigration and health and safety, international trade, Intellectual property, and environmental issues. The chapter is reproduced with permission from Law Business Research Ltd. Getting the Deal Through: Agribusiness 2018, (published in November 2017; contributing editors: Carol VandenHoek and Wendy Baker QC, Miller Thomson LLP). For further information please visit www.gettingthedealthrough.com.




11 Apr 2018
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International Comparative Legal Guide to Enforcement of Foreign Judgments 2018: Malaysia Chapter
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Jack Yow and Daphne Koo, ​Partners of Rahmat Lim & Partners contributed the Malaysian chapter to International Comparative Legal Guide to: Enforcement of Foreign Judgments 2018, published by Global Legal Group Ltd, London. Topics covered in the chapter include the legal framework applicable to enforce foreign judgments, the distinction between recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments, the procedure for recognition and enforcement, the grounds to challenge the recognition and enforcement, and the court's approach to recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments when there is a conflicting local judgment between the parties relating to the same issue.






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