In light of recent events, I thought this would be a good time to refresh and get relevant about Company Law and as the title suggests, shareholders’ rights in a company. Shareholders, being investors of the company, pour their money into a company in hopes to get a return on investment from the company so… Continue reading Protecting shareholders’ rights
People use Google for one of two things: to search something online or to check if their internet connection is working. If you’re the first, you may or may not have seen products being displayed on the top bar when you search for an object, for example: Google generates about 0.3 billion USD daily and… Continue reading Too much of a google thing is a bad thing?
(I know I said in my previous post that Google Shopping would be the next post but since this is more recent… some urgent comments about it) For people who can’t drive, people who do not want the trouble of finding a car park, people want to go out for lunch and people who would… Continue reading The Gruber Deal
My Civil Procedure lecturer would always say this: There are 2 things that are certain in this world– death and tax, even when you die, you still need to pay tax. Now, most of us would know that there are certain types of taxes we need to pay to the country i.e. Income tax, Goods… Continue reading Withholding tax 101
London has always been one of my dream cities to live in. I’ve previously had the privilege to live in one of the most interesting city in the world (Dubai) but still, nothing compared to the excitement when I knew I was going to London to the school of my dreams– LSE. LSE was also… Continue reading Life at LSE
(I hope you’ve understood the pun) Foreword: During the summer after my first year of law school, I did 2 internships in 2 different law firms. One of the law firms gave us a training session every week which was very interesting and something my first internship did not have. The IP partner then told… Continue reading The “right” in copyright
They say sharing brings joy and happiness… but when the Malaysian Competition Commission comes knocking on your door? Not so much joy. (Below is based on the Proposed Decision under Section 36 of the Competition Act – Infringement of Section 4(2)(a) of the Competition Act by 7 Tuition and Daycare Centre. When the full judgement is… Continue reading About the proposed decision on 7 Tuition and Daycare Centres: Sharing is not caring