In the wake of Malaysia’s first ever Movement Control Order effective 18-31 March 2020 (“Control Period”) to curb the spread of the COVID-19 virus, we address below 10 frequently asked questions by employers and employees in Malaysia during this time of uncertainty.
Part of our social responsibility is to educate the public of their rights and the law. As such, we are committed to provide information, at our costs, every so often.
What happens when you received a letter from a lawyer? You should NEVER EVER ignore it. Ignorance can make you a BANKRUPT. There are people who think that by avoiding the problem long enough it would eventually make the problem go away. Unfortunately this is not true. When a lawyer issues you a letter, it […]
‘Small Claims’ is heard in a Magistrate Court where both the plaintiff and defendant will NOT be represented by lawyers (except where the defendant is required by law to be represented by an authorized person). What this means is both the plaintiff and defendant will have to ‘fight’ their case on their own. There are […]
As there are many who are curious to see accidents on the road (this can be seen where vehicles slow down just to catch a glimpse of the wreckage on the expressway), it is never a pleasant moment to be involve in one, especially when you do not know what to do thereafter. In Malaysia, […]