Category Archives: Webinars

COVID-19: The Ultimate Tipping Point for the 21st Century!

Our partners, Gan Khong Aik and Bahari Yeow will be speaking at a public lecture titled “COVID-19: The Utimate Tipping Point for the 21st Century!“, moderated by Dr. Tay Pek San.  The lecture is organised by the Faculty of Law, University of Malaya together with PARFUM (Faculty of Law Alumni Association). For registration, please click…

Dialogue Sessions with Gan Partnership – Beyond COVID-19: Are we ready for 2021?

  Session 1: Waves of the COVID-19 Act to the Construction, Housing and Tenancy scenes  Register here:  https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZEqcO2trDooGNeo9sg01MKvr4t5OdR87DDy Session 2: The Impact of COVID-19 Act on Business Relationships  Register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZArduioqTkrGtB2COuqyrCpq3aWUf1LmVId   These sessions are complimentary sessions presented by Gan Partnership. If you have any questions relating to the topics, please email the questions 2 working days…

Digitization Accelerated – Perspectives from the Judiciary, Intellectual Property Office, and Practitioners

  Our partners, Foo Joon Liang and Bahari Yeow will join Justice Dato’ Mary Lim, Iylia Hashim, Annette Magnusson and Kevin Nash to speak on  digitization accelerated by the unprecedented global pandemic. The discussion points include: Digitizing Justice – degree of acceptance and implementation by the Bench; How digitization of Justice has impacted access to and…

Business Continuity Post-MCO: From Financial Distress Management to Corporate Rescue Mechanism

The unprecedented outbreak of COVID-19 worldwide has placed the global economy in recession since late March. Business continuity is a major concern for business owners in view of the world economy outlook, including entrepreneurs in Malaysia following the implementation of 28-day Movement Control Order to control the pandemic outbreak. Local businesses have been reported to…

VIRTUAL HEARING IN ARBITRATIONS – WILL THIS BE THE NEW NORM?

The global lockdown in many key economies has installed a new norm. Dispute resolution processes are not spared. While domestic courts race against time to structure online platforms for court-facilitated dispute resolution, arbitrations have long had the flexibility and the agility to proceed remotely on virtual platforms. Up until now, virtual facilities have largely been…