This webinar session will focus on the following:
- What is a quia timet injunction?
- What are the circumstances that demand such injunctive relief?
- Consideration of case law
- A discussion as to cause papers and what they must contain
- Ex-parte or inter partes?
- Advocacy and written submissions
- Steps to be taken post-injunction
- Common pitfalls and what to look out for
- Question-and-answer session
Gavin Jayapal is a graduate of the University of Leeds and a Barrister-at-Law of the Middle Temple. He also holds a Master of Laws from the University of Malaya.
Gavin’s primary area of practice is civil and commercial litigation. He runs a boutique practice in Petaling Jaya. He firmly believes that the words “written submissions only, decision two weeks later” ought to be outlawed.
Gavin regularly appears at the High Court, Court of Appeal and Federal Court.
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