The session aims to cover the following topics:
- History behind the introduction of section 6A of the Limitation Act 1953 — A wholesale United Kingdom
- Previous positions in the law before the introduction of section 6A;
- Potential ambiguities in the application of section 6A; and
- Recent cases involving section 6A.
(1) Members of the Bar:
- RM20 per webinar
- RM50 any three webinars
- RM100 any six webinars*
*Pay for six and get one free webinar
(2) Pupils in chambers and law students
- RM10 per webinar
- RM25 any three webinars
- RM50 any six webinars*
*Pay for six and get one free webinar
(3) Non-Members: RM60 per webinar
Idza Hajar Ahmad Idzam is a partner in the Dispute Resolution, Corporate Liability and Risk Management Practice
Group in Zul Rafique & Partners.
Idza’s main areas of practice are corporate and commercial litigation and arbitration. She has been involved in some of the most complex shareholder, boardroom, and corporate insolvency, restructuring and fraud disputes in the country as well in a number of landmark decisions on novel principles of law in Malaysia.
Idza assists corporations from a multitude of sectors in complex pre-claims advisory, claims management, and pre-litigation strategy (locally and cross-border), which involves her advising on the issue of limitation of actions and the interpretation and applicability of section 6A of the Limitation Act 1953.
She has advised and continues to render assistance in the largest downstream greenfield project ever undertaken by Petronas, which is also the largest single construction project in Malaysia.
Idza is a “Recommended Lawyer” in the Legal500 2019 Asia Pacific for dispute resolution and was named “Future Star” by Benchmark Litigation Asia Pacific for the years 2019, 2020 and 2021. Idza was also named as “Outstanding Lawyer 2020 for Client Service Excellence” by Asialaw for dispute resolution, where Idza has the distinction of being the only practitioner in dispute resolution ranked in Malaysia.
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