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Covid-19 Webinar

The Temporary Measures for Reducing the Impact of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (Covid-19) Act 2020 (“Covid-19 Act 2020”) was gazetted since 23 October 2020. How does Covid-19 Act 2020 apply in various industries or sectors, such as bankruptcy and insolvency, construction and real estate, shipping, corporate and commercial, as well as mediation? 

After nearly 1 year since it came into force, what has it contributed to the industries? Is it effective and how did it achieve the intended purpose? 

Our distinguished speakers and moderators will share their views on Covid-19 Act 2020 and its practicality and effectiveness since its enforcement.

The Temporary Measures for Reducing the Impact of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (Covid-19) Act 2020 (“Covid-19 Act 2020”) was gazetted since 23 October 2020. How does Covid-19 Act 2020 apply in various industries or sectors, such as bankruptcy and insolvency, construction and real estate, shipping, corporate and commercial, as well as mediation? 

After nearly 1 year since it came into force, what has it contributed to the industries? Is it effective and how did it achieve the intended purpose? 

Our distinguished speakers and moderators will share their views on Covid-19 Act 2020 and its practicality and effectiveness since its enforcement.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Business Owners, COOs, CEOs, In-house Legal Counsel, Lawyers, Pupil-in-chambers, etc.

CONTACT US

If you have any queries or wish to know more about our Webinar, please email our Registration team at reg@L2icon.org 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Business Owners, COOs, CEOs, In-house Legal Counsel, Lawyers, Pupil-in-chambers, etc.

CONTACT US

If you have any queries or wish to know more about our Webinar, please email our Registration team at reg@L2icon.org 

ORGANISED BY

Legal Plus was set up in 2014 by YA Bhg Tun Zaki Azmi, Chief Justice of the International Financial Court in Dubai, Retired Chief Justice, Malaysia as Chairman, YBhg Tan Sri James Foong, Chairman of the Ombudsman for Financial Services, retired Federal Court Judge, Malaysia and Ms Catherine Eu, retired Executive Director of the Bar Council, Malaysia as Directors. The main objective of the Company is to provide continuing professional training, public seminars and events pertaining to legal issues and legal compliances for the professions, trade, industries and enterprises. For more information, please visit us at www.legalplus.com.my.

ORGANISED BY

Legal Plus was set up in 2014 by YA Bhg Tun Zaki Azmi, Chief Justice of the International Financial Court in Dubai, Retired Chief Justice, Malaysia as Chairman, YBhg Tan Sri James Foong, Chairman of the Ombudsman for Financial Services, retired Federal Court Judge, Malaysia and Ms Catherine Eu, retired Executive Director of the Bar Council, Malaysia as Directors. The main objective of the Company is to provide continuing professional training, public seminars and events pertaining to legal issues and legal compliances for the professions, trade, industries and enterprises. For more information, please visit us at www.legalplus.com.my.

PLATFORM PARTNER

PLATFORM PARTNER

PROGRAMME

PROGRAMME

MEET THE KEYNOTE SPEAKER

JUSTICE DATUK VAZEER ALAM MYDIN MEERA

Judge of the Court of Appeal, Malaysia

MEET THE KEYNOTE SPEAKER

JUSTICE DATUK VAZEER ALAM MYDIN MEERA

Judge of the Court of Appeal, Malaysia

MEET THE MODERATOR

DATO’ MAH WENG KWAI

Retired Judge of the Court of Appeal, Malaysia
Consultant, Messrs. MahWengKwai & Associates

MEET THE MODERATOR

DATO’ MAH WENG KWAI

Retired Judge of the Court of Appeal, Malaysia
Consultant, Messrs. MahWengKwai & Associates

MEET THE SPEAKERS

Dato’ Joshua Kevin

Managing Partner,
Messrs Kevin & Co.

Jeremy M Joseph

Principal Partner,
Messrs Joseph and Partners

James Patrick Monteiro

Managing Partner,
Messrs JamesMonteiro

Lee Shih

Managing Partner,
Messrs Lim Chee Wee Partnership

Louise Azmi

Partner,
Messrs Ravindran and Azmi Chambers (Kuala Lumpur) and Door Tenant, Messrs 2 Kings Bench Walk (London)

Associate Professor
Dr Adnan Trakic

Associate Professor and Head of Business Law and Taxation Department, School of Business, Monash University Malaysia

MEET THE SPEAKERS

Dato’ Joshua Kevin

Managing Partner, Messrs Kevin & Co.

Jeremy M Joseph

Principal Partner, Messrs Joseph and Partners

James Patrick Monteiro

Managing Partner, Messrs JamesMonteiro

Lee Shih

Managing Partner, Messrs Lim Chee Wee Partnership

Louise Azmi

Partner, Messrs Ravindran and Azmi Chambers (Kuala Lumpur) and Door Tenant, Messrs 2 Kings Bench Walk (London)

Associate Professor Dr Adnan Trakic

Associate Professor and Head of Business Law and Taxation Department, School of Business, Monash University Malaysia

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JUSTICE DATUK VAZEER ALAM MYDIN MEERA
Judge of the Court of Appeal, Malaysia

Justice Datuk Vazeer Alam Mydin Meera is a Judge of the Court of Appeal, Malaysia and an Adjunct Professor at the School of Business Law and Taxation, Monash University, Malaysia. Justice Vazeer is a graduate of the National University of Singapore (B.A. in Philosophy, Political Science and Economics), University of Wales, Aberystwyth (LL.B Hons) and International Islamic University Malaysia (MCL). Upon completing the Certificate in Legal Practice, then conducted at University of Malaya, and being called to the Bar, he practised law for some 20 years before his appointment to the Bench as a Judicial Commissioner in May 2010, and thereafter as Judge of the High Court in Malaya in February 2015. He has served in the civil, commercial, criminal, mixed and specialised High Courts in Penang, Kuala Lumpur, Malacca and Shah Alam. He was elevated to the Court of Appeal in August 2019, where he currently serves. Justice Vazeer is also an advocacy trainer accredited with the International Advocacy Training Council, and regularly teaches with the faculty of trainers at advocacy training courses conducted both locally and abroad. 

JUSTICE DATUK VAZEER ALAM MYDIN MEERA
Judge of the Court of Appeal, Malaysia

Justice Datuk Vazeer Alam Mydin Meera is a Judge of the Court of Appeal, Malaysia and an Adjunct Professor at the School of Business Law and Taxation, Monash University, Malaysia. Justice Vazeer is a graduate of the National University of Singapore (B.A. in Philosophy, Political Science and Economics), University of Wales, Aberystwyth (LL.B Hons) and International Islamic University Malaysia (MCL). Upon completing the Certificate in Legal Practice, then conducted at University of Malaya, and being called to the Bar, he practised law for some 20 years before his appointment to the Bench as a Judicial Commissioner in May 2010, and thereafter as Judge of the High Court in Malaya in February 2015. He has served in the civil, commercial, criminal, mixed and specialised High Courts in Penang, Kuala Lumpur, Malacca and Shah Alam. He was elevated to the Court of Appeal in August 2019, where he currently serves. Justice Vazeer is also an advocacy trainer accredited with the International Advocacy Training Council, and regularly teaches with the faculty of trainers at advocacy training courses conducted both locally and abroad. 

DATO’ MAH WENG KWAI
Consultant, Messrs. MahWengKwai & Associates

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/weng-kwai-mah-47a53b13b/ 

Dato’ Mah Weng Kwai was called to the English Bar as a Barrister-at-Law in 1971 and to the Malaysian Bar as an Advocate and Solicitor of the High Court of Malaya in July 1972. From 1973 to 1985, Dato’ Mah served in the Judicial and Legal Services of Malaysia as a Magistrate, Sessions Court Judge, Senior Assistant Registrar, Deputy Public Prosecutor, Senior Federal Counsel and Senior Assistant Parliamentary Draftsman. 

Dato’ Mah obtained his Master of Laws degree with Honours in 1985 from the University of Sydney, Australia and in 1999 was appointed a Fellow of the Senate of the University of Sydney.

Dato’ Mah was elected President of the Malaysian Bar from 2001 to 2003 and President of LAWASIA from 2006 to 2008. On 4.1.2010 Dato’ Mah was appointed a Judicial Commissioner of the High Court of Malaya and on 10.8.2011 a Judge of the High Court of Malaya in Kuala Lumpur. He was elevated to the Court of Appeal, Malaysia on 21.9.2012. Numerous judgements of Dato’ Mah have been published in the law journals notably in the Malayan Law Journal, Current Law Journal and All Malaysia Reports.

Dato’ Mah returned to MahWengKwai & Associates as a Consultant upon his retirement from the Judiciary in February 2015. Dato’ Mah is a Member of the Advisory Panel of the Faculty of Syariah and Law of the Islamic Science University of Malaysia (USIM) and an Adjunct Professor (Law and Government) at HELP University. Dato’ Mah is a Director on the Board of Directors of Assunta Hospital and a Legal Consultant to St. Johns Ambulance Malaysia. He is on the Asian International Arbitration Centre’s (formerly the Kuala Lumpur Regional Centre for Arbitration) panel of arbitrators and is certified as a mediator by the Malaysian Mediation Centre. Dato’ Mah has sat as an arbitrator in numerous cases at AIAC, hearing both AIAC and ad hoc appointed cases, as well as by the Singapore International Arbitration Centre. The subject matter of the cases dealt with include inter alia, building and construction contracts, sale and purchase of shares, telecommunication contracts, marine dredging and others.

Dato’ Mah currently serves as a Commissioner in the Malaysian Aviation Commission (MAVCOM). Dato’ Mah served as a Commissioner in the Judicial Appointments Commission (JAC) from September 2018 to September 2020. Dato’ Mah also served as a Commissioner in the Human Rights Commission of Malaysia (SUHAKAM) from April 2016 to April 2019. He continues to serve as a Commissioner for the term 2019 to 2022. In 2017 Dato’ Mah was appointed Chairman of the Panel of the Human Rights Commission of Malaysia (Suhakam)’s Public Inquiry into the Enforced Disappearances of Pastor Raymond Koh and activist Amri Che Mat and in 2019, the Panel unanimously held that the Malaysian Police were responsible for the enforced disappearances of Pastor Raymond Koh and Amri Che Mat. In 2019 Dato’ Mah was appointed President of the Court for the Asian Human Rights Court Simulation (AHRCS) Taipei, in Republic of China (Taiwan) in the appeal against the conviction and the death sentence of Chiou Ho-Shun for murder. Dato’ Mah was appointed a Member of the Institutional Reforms Committee (IRC) by the Prime Minister of Malaysia after the 14th General Elections of Malaysia in May 2018, to make recommendations for institutional reforms in the country.

Dato’ Mah is currently serving as a member of the Special Committee set up by the Minister in Charge of Legal Affairs on the proposed abolition of the mandatory death penalty in Malaysia. Dato’ Mah is currently serving as a director of the Securities Industry Dispute Resolution Center (SIDREC).

DATO’ MAH WENG KWAI
Consultant, Messrs. MahWengKwai & Associates

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/weng-kwai-mah-47a53b13b/ 

Dato’ Mah Weng Kwai was called to the English Bar as a Barrister-at-Law in 1971 and to the Malaysian Bar as an Advocate and Solicitor of the High Court of Malaya in July 1972. From 1973 to 1985, Dato’ Mah served in the Judicial and Legal Services of Malaysia as a Magistrate, Sessions Court Judge, Senior Assistant Registrar, Deputy Public Prosecutor, Senior Federal Counsel and Senior Assistant Parliamentary Draftsman. 

Dato’ Mah obtained his Master of Laws degree with Honours in 1985 from the University of Sydney, Australia and in 1999 was appointed a Fellow of the Senate of the University of Sydney.

Dato’ Mah was elected President of the Malaysian Bar from 2001 to 2003 and President of LAWASIA from 2006 to 2008. On 4.1.2010 Dato’ Mah was appointed a Judicial Commissioner of the High Court of Malaya and on 10.8.2011 a Judge of the High Court of Malaya in Kuala Lumpur. He was elevated to the Court of Appeal, Malaysia on 21.9.2012. Numerous judgements of Dato’ Mah have been published in the law journals notably in the Malayan Law Journal, Current Law Journal and All Malaysia Reports.

Dato’ Mah returned to MahWengKwai & Associates as a Consultant upon his retirement from the Judiciary in February 2015. Dato’ Mah is a Member of the Advisory Panel of the Faculty of Syariah and Law of the Islamic Science University of Malaysia (USIM) and an Adjunct Professor (Law and Government) at HELP University. Dato’ Mah is a Director on the Board of Directors of Assunta Hospital and a Legal Consultant to St. Johns Ambulance Malaysia. He is on the Asian International Arbitration Centre’s (formerly the Kuala Lumpur Regional Centre for Arbitration) panel of arbitrators and is certified as a mediator by the Malaysian Mediation Centre. Dato’ Mah has sat as an arbitrator in numerous cases at AIAC, hearing both AIAC and ad hoc appointed cases, as well as by the Singapore International Arbitration Centre. The subject matter of the cases dealt with include inter alia, building and construction contracts, sale and purchase of shares, telecommunication contracts, marine dredging and others.

Dato’ Mah currently serves as a Commissioner in the Malaysian Aviation Commission (MAVCOM). Dato’ Mah served as a Commissioner in the Judicial Appointments Commission (JAC) from September 2018 to September 2020. Dato’ Mah also served as a Commissioner in the Human Rights Commission of Malaysia (SUHAKAM) from April 2016 to April 2019. He continues to serve as a Commissioner for the term 2019 to 2022. In 2017 Dato’ Mah was appointed Chairman of the Panel of the Human Rights Commission of Malaysia (Suhakam)’s Public Inquiry into the Enforced Disappearances of Pastor Raymond Koh and activist Amri Che Mat and in 2019, the Panel unanimously held that the Malaysian Police were responsible for the enforced disappearances of Pastor Raymond Koh and Amri Che Mat. In 2019 Dato’ Mah was appointed President of the Court for the Asian Human Rights Court Simulation (AHRCS) Taipei, in Republic of China (Taiwan) in the appeal against the conviction and the death sentence of Chiou Ho-Shun for murder. Dato’ Mah was appointed a Member of the Institutional Reforms Committee (IRC) by the Prime Minister of Malaysia after the 14th General Elections of Malaysia in May 2018, to make recommendations for institutional reforms in the country.

Dato’ Mah is currently serving as a member of the Special Committee set up by the Minister in Charge of Legal Affairs on the proposed abolition of the mandatory death penalty in Malaysia. Dato’ Mah is currently serving as a director of the Securities Industry Dispute Resolution Center (SIDREC).

Dato’ Joshua Kevin
Managing Partner, Messrs Kevin & Co.

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/joshua-kevin-67343720/

Dato’ Joshua Kevin Sathiaseelan @ Joshua Kevin, is the Managing Partner of Messrs Kevin & Co. He practiced law for a decade in Messrs Syed Alwi, Ng & Co, where he held office as a partner before he established the firm of his own. During his tenure at Messrs Syed Alwi, Ng & Co, Dato’ Joshua was the person in-charge for Criminal, Civil and Banking Litigation alongside with the other renowned partners of the firm.

Prior to practicing law, he served in the private sector. Amongst the companies include American Express (M) Bhd, Lindetives-Jacoberg & Invisage Sdn. Bhd. The last corporate position held by him was that of a Chief Operating Officer.

In Kevin & Co., he continues to practice Criminal, Civil and Commercial Litigations actively. He also practices intellectual property law, where the cases have been reported in the law journal. He is also the honorary legal advisor to the Malaysian Crime Prevention Foundation and is responsible in drafting the Rules and Regulations for the said Foundation.

Dato’ Joshua is also a Criminal lecturer at ATC Kemayan and HELP University. He is the author of several law textbooks which include Land Law, Laws of Hire-Purchase and Insurance Law.

Jeremy M Joseph
Principal Partner, Messrs Joseph and Partners

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jeremy-mark-joseph-a5841747/ 

Jeremy M. Joseph is the Principal Partner of Messrs Joseph and Partners. In recognition of his expertise, competence, knowledge and achievements in maritime law, Legal 500 and Chambers Asia have acknowledged him for eleven (12) consecutive years (2009 to 2021) as a leading Malaysian shipping lawyer. Jeremy received a British High Commissioner’s Chevening Scholarship Award in 1996, after which he proceeded to the University of Southampton, England, where he obtained a Master of Law degree (LL.M) in 1997.  Jeremy also possesses the Diploma in International Commercial Arbitration, issued by the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators UK held at the University College, Oxford. 

He was an Associate at Holman Fenwick Willan’s Singapore office between 1998 and 2002. Later, he was a partner at Joseph Tan Jude Benny’s Malaysian Associate office between 2002 and 2009. Having garnered over ten years of experience, Jeremy founded Messrs. Joseph and Partners in 2010. Between then and now, he has led the team at the firm to several cases with landmark judgments 

The firm has also won the prestigious “ALB Malaysia Law Awards for Shipping Law Firm of The Year”, hosted by Asian Legal Business and Thomson Reuters, for three years consecutively. (2014-2016).

In 2018, his firm was appointed by the Government of Malaysia in the high-profile arrest, management and sale of the superyacht “Equanimity.”

James Patrick Monteiro
Managing Partner, Messrs JamesMonteiro

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/james-patrick-monteiro-8aa69b43/ 

James is the Managing Partner of Messrs JamesMonteiro (Advocates & Solicitors) and is in his 25th year of practice as an Advocate & Solicitor of the High Court of Malaya. James specializes in construction, engineering, and energy, including contract advisory, project management advisory, risk management advisory, dispute avoidance and dispute resolution. James has acted for a variety of clients, both foreign and local, ranging from multinationals, government linked companies/entities and public and private companies. James frequently appears as counsel in arbitration proceedings in Kuala Lumpur under the Asian International Arbitration Centre, PAM Rules of Arbitration and ad hoc arbitrations under the Malaysian Arbitration Act 2005. James has also been involved in international arbitrations under the ICC and LCIA Rules of Arbitration. James appears as counsel in all levels of courts in Malaysia.

Lee Shih 
Managing Partner, Messrs Lim Chee Wee Partnership

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/leeshih/ 

Lee Shih is the managing partner of the boutique dispute resolution firm, Lim Chee Wee Partnership. He is active in the areas of international arbitration, company law disputes, and restructuring and insolvency matters. He is the sole Malaysian member of ICC FraudNet, an international network of leading civil asset recovery lawyers in each country. He is the co-author of the book ‘Companies Act 2016: The New Dynamics of Company Law in Malaysia’, author of the chapter on ‘Companies & Securities’ in Bullen & Leak & Jacob’s Malaysian Precedents of Pleadings, and authored a chapter in Law and Practice of Corporate Insolvency in Malaysia.

Louise Azmi
Partner, Messrs Ravindran and Azmi Chambers (Kuala Lumpur) and Door Tenant, Messrs 2 Kings Bench Walk (London)

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/louise-azmi-30530a199/

Louise Azmi is a partner at Ravindran and Azmi Chambers, Kuala Lumpur. She was called to the Bar of England and Wales in 2004, and was in private practice as a Barrister in England until relocating and being called to the High Court of Malaya. Louise undertakes advisory and counsel work in cases involving constitutional and administrative law, construction, including oil and gas, and general civil litigation. She is also a door tenant at 2 Kings Bench Walk, London, which means that she has been granted permission to join chambers and work with them from different premises. Louise is a qualified arbitrator (FCIArb) (AIAC), mediator (MMC) (AIAC) and adjudicator (AIAC), and undertakes counsel work in these proceedings, as well as acting as third party neutral.

Associate Professor Dr Adnan Trakic
Associate Professor and Head of Business Law and Taxation Department, School of Business, Monash University Malaysia

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/adnan-trakic-b9488939/ 

Dr Adnan Trakic is an Associate Professor and Head of Business Law and Taxation Department, School of Business, Monash University Malaysia. His research interests cut across law, religion, and dispute resolution. Adnan has published numerous articles, book chapters, and monographs.

Dato’ Joshua Kevin
Managing Partner, Messrs Kevin & Co.

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/joshua-kevin-67343720/

Dato’ Joshua Kevin Sathiaseelan @ Joshua Kevin, is the Managing Partner of Messrs Kevin & Co. He practiced law for a decade in Messrs Syed Alwi, Ng & Co, where he held office as a partner before he established the firm of his own. During his tenure at Messrs Syed Alwi, Ng & Co, Dato’ Joshua was the person in-charge for Criminal, Civil and Banking Litigation alongside with the other renowned partners of the firm.

Prior to practicing law, he served in the private sector. Amongst the companies include American Express (M) Bhd, Lindetives-Jacoberg & Invisage Sdn. Bhd. The last corporate position held by him was that of a Chief Operating Officer.

In Kevin & Co., he continues to practice Criminal, Civil and Commercial Litigations actively. He also practices intellectual property law, where the cases have been reported in the law journal. He is also the honorary legal advisor to the Malaysian Crime Prevention Foundation and is responsible in drafting the Rules and Regulations for the said Foundation.

Dato’ Joshua is also a Criminal lecturer at ATC Kemayan and HELP University. He is the author of several law textbooks which include Land Law, Laws of Hire-Purchase and Insurance Law.

Jeremy M Joseph
Principal Partner, Messrs Joseph and Partners

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jeremy-mark-joseph-a5841747/ 

Jeremy M. Joseph is the Principal Partner of Messrs Joseph and Partners. In recognition of his expertise, competence, knowledge and achievements in maritime law, Legal 500 and Chambers Asia have acknowledged him for eleven (12) consecutive years (2009 to 2021) as a leading Malaysian shipping lawyer. Jeremy received a British High Commissioner’s Chevening Scholarship Award in 1996, after which he proceeded to the University of Southampton, England, where he obtained a Master of Law degree (LL.M) in 1997.  Jeremy also possesses the Diploma in International Commercial Arbitration, issued by the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators UK held at the University College, Oxford. 

He was an Associate at Holman Fenwick Willan’s Singapore office between 1998 and 2002. Later, he was a partner at Joseph Tan Jude Benny’s Malaysian Associate office between 2002 and 2009. Having garnered over ten years of experience, Jeremy founded Messrs. Joseph and Partners in 2010. Between then and now, he has led the team at the firm to several cases with landmark judgments 

The firm has also won the prestigious “ALB Malaysia Law Awards for Shipping Law Firm of The Year”, hosted by Asian Legal Business and Thomson Reuters, for three years consecutively. (2014-2016).

In 2018, his firm was appointed by the Government of Malaysia in the high-profile arrest, management and sale of the superyacht “Equanimity.”

James Patrick Monteiro
Managing Partner, Messrs JamesMonteiro

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/james-patrick-monteiro-8aa69b43/ 

James is the Managing Partner of Messrs JamesMonteiro (Advocates & Solicitors) and is in his 25th year of practice as an Advocate & Solicitor of the High Court of Malaya. James specializes in construction, engineering, and energy, including contract advisory, project management advisory, risk management advisory, dispute avoidance and dispute resolution. James has acted for a variety of clients, both foreign and local, ranging from multinationals, government linked companies/entities and public and private companies. James frequently appears as counsel in arbitration proceedings in Kuala Lumpur under the Asian International Arbitration Centre, PAM Rules of Arbitration and ad hoc arbitrations under the Malaysian Arbitration Act 2005. James has also been involved in international arbitrations under the ICC and LCIA Rules of Arbitration. James appears as counsel in all levels of courts in Malaysia.

Lee Shih 
Managing Partner, Messrs Lim Chee Wee Partnership

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/leeshih/ 

Lee Shih is the managing partner of the boutique dispute resolution firm, Lim Chee Wee Partnership. He is active in the areas of international arbitration, company law disputes, and restructuring and insolvency matters. He is the sole Malaysian member of ICC FraudNet, an international network of leading civil asset recovery lawyers in each country. He is the co-author of the book ‘Companies Act 2016: The New Dynamics of Company Law in Malaysia’, author of the chapter on ‘Companies & Securities’ in Bullen & Leak & Jacob’s Malaysian Precedents of Pleadings, and authored a chapter in Law and Practice of Corporate Insolvency in Malaysia.

Louise Azmi
Partner, Messrs Ravindran and Azmi Chambers (Kuala Lumpur) and Door Tenant, Messrs 2 Kings Bench Walk (London)

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/louise-azmi-30530a199/

Louise Azmi is a partner at Ravindran and Azmi Chambers, Kuala Lumpur. She was called to the Bar of England and Wales in 2004, and was in private practice as a Barrister in England until relocating and being called to the High Court of Malaya. Louise undertakes advisory and counsel work in cases involving constitutional and administrative law, construction, including oil and gas, and general civil litigation. She is also a door tenant at 2 Kings Bench Walk, London, which means that she has been granted permission to join chambers and work with them from different premises. Louise is a qualified arbitrator (FCIArb) (AIAC), mediator (MMC) (AIAC) and adjudicator (AIAC), and undertakes counsel work in these proceedings, as well as acting as third party neutral.

Associate Professor Dr Adnan Trakic
Associate Professor and Head of Business Law and Taxation Department, School of Business, Monash University Malaysia

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/adnan-trakic-b9488939/ 

Dr Adnan Trakic is an Associate Professor and Head of Business Law and Taxation Department, School of Business, Monash University Malaysia. His research interests cut across law, religion, and dispute resolution. Adnan has published numerous articles, book chapters, and monographs.