In this jurisdiction, the decisions of regulators within the banking and capital market sectors could be the subject of challenge by judicial review. This webinar will address the central principles that arise in such judicial review actions. The topics that would be covered include, amongst others, the procedural considerations in such judicial review challenges, the types of decisions of financial regulators that are amenable to challenge, and the extent to which the Courts are open to interfering with the decisions of market regulators.
Gregory Das is a partner at Steven Thiru & Sudhar Partnership. His practice has a particular emphasis in public and administrative law, employment law, corporate and commercial litigation and litigation related to property development. Gregory is the author of “The Law and Practice of Judicial Review in Malaysia”, which is the first practitioner’s text exclusively on the law of judicial review in Malaysia. Gregory is also a former Vice-President of the Malaysian Institute of Arbitrators.
Gregory read law at the University of Bristol and graduated with an LL.B. (Hons) degree in 2010. He was called to the Bar of England and Wales by the Inner Temple in 2011. He was thereafter called to the Malaysian Bar in 2012.
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