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    CASE(S) OF THE WEEK

  • PP v. SOH CHEW THONG & ANOR AND ANOTHER APPEAL [2016] 5 CLJ 725
    COURT OF APPEAL, PUTRAJAYA
    TENGKU MAIMUN TUAN MAT JCA, ZAKARIA SAM JCA, AHMADI ASNAWI JCA
    [CRIMINAL APPEALS NO: P-05-114-04-2013 & P-05-84-04-2014]
    17 FEBRUARY 2016

    CRIMINAL LAW: Penal Code - Section 302 - Murder - Domestic maid - Abused and neglected by employers - Deprived of food and water and starved to death - Whether conduct of employers could amount to murder - Reduction of charge to culpable homicide not amounting to murder - Whether unwarranted - Whether employers guilty of murder

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  • ARTICLE HIGHLIGHT

    Embassies, High Commissions not above Malaysian labour laws, court rules
    By: HIDIR REDUAN

    KUALA LUMPUR: Embassies and High Commissions are not above Malaysian labour laws. This is the effect of a High Court ruling today that allowed a former female office manager to quash the Director-General of Industrial Relations'(DGI) refusal to entertain her representation against termination of employment with the Australian High Commission. Lawyer Edmund Bon, speaking after the ruling that favoured his client Chu Siew Mei @ Karen, said judge Datuk Asmabi Mohamad found that there was no merit in the DGIR's contention that it had no power to deal with her representation.

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  • Indian Consulate driver wins unfair dismissal case

    AUSTRALIA
    Employment

    Chauffeur awarded A$10,620 for unfair dismissal
    A chauffeur at the Indian Consulate in Sydney would not clear out some office files or even hang a picture of Mahatma Gandhi without written instructions from his boss. But the Fair Work Commission found that Hitender Kumar's conduct did not justify his sacking. The Commission on Tuesday ordered the Consulate of India to pay Mr Kumar $10,620 in compensation for his unfair dismissal in March last year.

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  • Sri Lanka’s Supreme Court makes landmark decision prohibiting HIV discrimination

    HIV activists in Sri Lanka are celebrating a landmark decision by the country’s Supreme Court that which prohibits HIV discrimination in education settings. Princey Mangalika, Executive Director of the Positive Women’s Network in Sri Lanka, said, “I would like to express my appreciation to the Supreme Court. This marks a momentously progressive step forward for the people living with HIV community in Sri Lanka.”

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  • Privilege versus open justice?

    Privilege versus open justice? Should professional privilege or open justice prevail in determining confidentiality in proceedings? In a disputed legal costs between Dechert and ENRC, it was deemed that privilege prevails when merited.

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  • The Dangers of Overcooking When Poaching

    AUSTRALIA
    Employment

    Limits on doing ‘whatever it takes’ to convince someone to work for you
    As an employer, you want the best people working for your business. It's common to want to 'talk up' the business to a prospective employee and present the opportunity only in the most positive light. But just how far can you go to convince someone to work for you?

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  • J&J Faces 1,000 More Talc-Cancer Suits After Verdict Loss

    USA
    Tort

    Second straight trial loss for Johnson & Johnson
    J&J is accused in more than 1,000 lawsuits in state and federal courts of ignoring studies linking its Shower-to-Shower product and Johnson’s Baby Powder to ovarian cancer. Women contend the company knew the risk and failed to warn customers. In February, J&J lost a $72 million verdict in the same St. Louis courthouse to the family of a woman who died of the disease.

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LATEST MALAYSIAN ACTS

LATEST MALAYSIAN BILLS

LEGISLATION ALERT

  • Latest Updated (09 June 2016)
  • ACT 166
    Legal Profession Act 1976
  • Latest Revoked (11 May 2016)
  • PU(B) 168/2013
    Polling Districts, Polling Centres and Polling Hours (Amendment) (No. 15)
    PU(B) 167/2013
    Polling Districts, Polling Centres and Polling Hours (Amendment) (No. 14)
    PU(B) 164/2013
    Polling Districts, Polling Centres and Polling Hours (Amendment) (No. 11)
    PU(B) 163/2013
    Polling Districts, Polling Centres and Polling Hours (Amendment) (No. 10)
    PU(B) 162/2013
    Polling Districts, Polling Centres and Polling Hours (Amendment) (No. 9)
    PU(B) 161/2013
    Polling Districts, Polling Centres and Polling Hours (Amendment) (No. 8)
    PU(B) 160/2013
    Polling Districts, Polling Centres and Polling Hours (Amendment) (No. 7)
    PU(B) 159/2013
    Polling Districts, Polling Centres and Polling Hours (Amendment) (No. 6)
    PU(B) 158/2013
    Polling Districts, Polling Centres and Polling Hours (Amendment) (No. 5)
    PU(B) 157/2013
    Polling Districts, Polling Centres and Polling Hours (Amendment) (No. 4)
    PU(B) 156/2013
    Polling Districts, Polling Centres and Polling Hours (Amendment) (No. 3)
    PU(B) 155/2013
    Polling Districts, Polling Centres and Polling Hours (Amendment) (No. 2)
    PU(B) 154/2013
    Polling Districts, Polling Centres and Polling Hours (Amendment)



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