Various reforms are expected to take place under the Malaysian bankruptcy law as the latest legislative amendments have been enforced via the Insolvency Act 1967. Through this seminar, the changes and effects to the legislative regime will be dealt with in-depth, including how the amendments will affect a bankrupt and his guarantor. Our learned speakers will dwell into the legal applications derived from the Insolvency Rules 2017 together with other related legislation. Basic knowledge on the filing and procedures to be adhered to in securing a Bankruptcy Order will also be dealt with. To add in further to this exclusive Seminar, highlights on the fundamental aspects of Company Law will also be presented with relevant case studies on point. Participants will have an overview of the laws related to matters covering, inter alia, directors, shareholders and the relevant procedures applicable under the new Companies Act 2016.
This seminar will highlight, among others, procedures for filing the relevant documents and cause papers in court, case law relevant to the points of discussion, in depth analysis of the changes introduced vide the new bankruptcy laws and highlights on the Fundamentals of Company Law.
YA Tuan Dean Wayne Daly
Judicial Commissioner, High Court Miri
YA Tuan Dean Wayne Daly is at present the Judicial Commissioner of the High Court in Sabah & Sarawak at Miri. Yang Arif graduated with an Advanced Diploma in Law and obtained a Master of Laws (LLM) degree in Law In Development from the University of Warwick. He was called to the Sarawak Bar in 1992. Prior to being appointed as a Judicial Commissioner, Yang Arif actively held various distinguished positions, inter alia, as a judicial officer in the Judicial and Legal Service, Senior Judge for the first Special Corruption Sessions Court in Sabah & Sarawak, Director of Sabah Courts and was later promoted as the Registrar of the High Court In Sabah & Sarawak.
Khoo Kay Ping
Partner, Zaid Ibrahim & Co
Khoo Kay Ping is the Partner managing the Penang Litigation Practice of Zaid Ibrahim & Co. Prior to joining the firm, he was a Partner in Messrs. John Ang & Jega, Johor Bahru, specialising in motor insurance claims. He then joined as a Partner in Messrs. Tan & Lee, Johor Bahru, specializing in civil litigation - in particular debt recovery. He obtained his Bachelor of Laws (Hons) from University of Malaya, Malaysia in 1991, and was called to the Malaysian Bar as an Advocate and Solicitor of the High Court of Malaya in 1992. He is the author of Khoo's Law and Practice of Bankruptcy in Malaysia published by LexisNexis (1st edition - 2000; 2nd edition - 2003) and the creator of a computer program known as Civil Appeals Step by Step (2002). He also co-authored the Malaysian Chapter in Getting the Deal Through - Restructuring & Insolvency published by Law Business Research Ltd, UK for the 2011, 2012 and 2013 editions.
Gavin Jay Anand Jayapal
Principal, Gavin Jayapal
Gavin is a graduate of the University of Leeds and was called to the degree of the Utter Bar of the Honourable Society of the Middle Temple. His area of practice involves solely on litigation and arbitration. Gavin has handled numerous contentious disputes, at all hierarchies of the Malaysian Judiciary. He is listed as a speaker for the Malaysian Bar and has delivered (and continues to deliver) lectures for the Malaysian Bar's Continuing Professional Development scheme, pertaining to company law.
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