A successful litigation outcome would be predominantly determined by evidences tendered in Court to prove a cause of action, whether in form of contemporaneous documents or credible oral testimonies. The importance of having all evidences before a trial commences cannot be overstated. There are few methods of collecting evidences provided under the Rules of Court 2012, among others: discovery of documents, interrogatories, Anton Piller orders as well as pre-trial deposition of witness. This session will shed some light to attendees on what is the best method to be employed in each individual cases, and what are the underlying principles behind each method.
Yusfarizal Yussoff is the managing partner of Yusfarizal, Aziz & Zaid. He is known among his colleagues as talented, fearless and the sort of lawyer whom one can count on to leave no
stone unturned in his quest to provide the best legal solution to his client’s legal dispute. He has conducted numerous high-profile cases involving important individuals as well as multinational corporations.
He has also appeared as counsel in the superior courts in Malaysia, including the appellate courts. Being a prolific debater and mooter during his university years, receiving numerous awards in the field, he naturally takes to litigation like fish to water. On top of that, he is an avid reader and
writer, having co-authored a book on civil litigation as well as many articles. He is also well-known for giving talks and lectures on Islamic banking and civil litigation; and as can be testified by many who know him, he is a great motivator and an art-lover.
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