Webinar on Competition Law Understanding the Law & Process

Enforcing the rules governed under the Competition Act 2010 which are intricate and labyrinthine in nature calls for those involved to be well equipped with understanding the relevant regulations and procedures to be adhered to under the business regime. The preamble to the Act clearly emphasises on the prohibition towards anti-competitive conduct and to encourage efficiency, innovation and entrepreneurship, which in turn promotes competitive prices, improvement in the quality of products and services and wider choices for consumers. This informative webinar vide its designated sessions aims to cater for participants to understand the basic substantive issues that routinely comes before the Malaysia Competition Commission (MyCC) and to arm those seeking for guidance pertaining to the salient provisions under the Competition Act 2010.

Dr. Johan graduated with LLB (Hons) degree from International Islamic University Malaysia. He also holds a Master of Comparative Laws degree, a post-graduate Diploma in Shariah and Legal Practice both of which from International Islamic University Malaysia, an MA in Economics for Competition Law from King’s Collage London and a Ph.D in Business and Commercial Law from Monash University Australia. He is a trainer, speaker and lecturer for few universities, governmental organisations and institutions worldwide. In 2006, he was a visiting scholar to the Asian Law Centre of the University of Washington. Besides, he was a member of the Board of Studies of the Institute of Islamic Banking and Finance, International Islamic University Malaysia for the 2010-2012 tenure. He was also a member of the Board of Studies of the Faculty of Law of University Malaya for the 2015-2017 tenure. He has authored few text books and reference books and written few articles on Islamic Finance and Competition laws published globally. He is now a member of the Shariah Advisory Committee (SAC) of the Association of Islamic Banking and Financial Institutions Malaysia (AIBIM).

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(1) You will be provided a link to the CLJ Webinar once your registration has been confirmed. (2) We are using Zoom for the CLJ Webinar. You are advised to download the Zoom Client for Meetings app on your laptop. You may also download the Zoom mobile app for iPhone and Android. (3) Please ensure that you have a strong internet connection. You are encouraged to use the earpiece with microphone for clarity. (4) You may post your questions at any time throughout the session by using the Q&A button. (5) A digital E-Certificate will be sent via e-mail to registered participants within 7 (seven) working days from the date of the respective Webinar session. (6) The Speaker Notes will be provided via e-mail to participants within 3 (three) working days from the date of the respective Webinar Session.


(1) Do not share the link (including meeting ID and password) with any person(s). Each registered paticipant will be given access to the Webinar on per session per device basis. (2) Sharing of individual access information by whatsoever means is strictly prohibited at all times. Host reserves the right to disable access to duplicate logins during webinar session without prior notice. (3) Registered participants who share their individual access information will risk being denied issuance of CPD Points and E Certificate. (4) Any form of screen recording to any particular device(s), sharing or reproducing the content of the CLJ Webinar in audio, video, writing, etc, on any platform is strictly prohibited. The organisers view this as a serious breach and violation of copyright and will not hesitate to hold the person or entity liable for any dissemination of information or recordings being made from the Webinar. (5) Be courteous when posting questions to our speaker. Participant(s) may be removed from CLJ Webinar by our Host without any prior notice if it is found that the participant has posted any indecent or unwanted language or violated terms of use during the Webinar session. (6) The information provided by our speaker vide the Webinar is not intended as legal advice. The Webinar is for educational and informative purposes only. (7) By registering for this Webinar, you accept and agree to abide by the above mentioned Terms and Conditions.


The Organiser will not refund the payment made by the participant(s) for the respective session if the participant(s) decide to cancel their registration or in the event of “No Show”. You may substitute an alternative delegate(s) by notifying CLJ at least 2 (two) working days before the date of the Webinar session.

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