OVERVIEW OF ASSETS TRACKING IN ONLINE SCAM

With the advancement of technology and the widespread use of the internet in all walks of life, there is an unfortunate increase of risk and exposure to online scams. Online scams are activities where computers or network equipment are used as mediums to commit...

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN MANAGING COMPLIANCE RISK FOR MSMEs

Introduction Artificial Intelligence (AI) represents a pivotal technological advancement capable of autonomously analysing environments and executing actions to achieve specific objectives.[1] Essentially, AI refers to the technology that enables machines to perform...

DETERMINING TIME-PERIOD LIMITATION IN NEGLIGENCE CASE

CASE REVIEW: JULIAN CHONG SOOK KEOK & ANOR v. LEE KIM NOOR & ANOR In the realm of professional negligence, particularly in legal matters, the concept of limitation plays a crucial role in determining when a claim ought to be commenced. The Limitation Act 1953...

CAN AN ADJUDICATION DECISION HIT PAUSE POST-ENFORCEMENT?

After obtaining an adjudication decision, a sequence known as the ‘CIPAA Trilogy E-S-S’ typically ensues – Enforcement, Setting aside and Stay applications. Typically, the party that receives a favourable adjudication decision will seek to enforce the decision if the...

ARE LEGAL FEES CLAIMABLE AS DAMAGES?

Introduction Can legal fees be claimed as special damages? In the recent Federal Court ruling in Golden Star & Ors v Ling Peek Hoe & Anor and another appeal [2024] MLJU 909, the court addressed whether expenses such as litigation costs, legal charges, and fees...