Mr. Lau Kee Sern had contributed to the chapter on Voluntary Winding-Up in the “Law and Practice of Insolvency in Malaysia”

The firm is proud to announce that our partner, Mr. Lau Kee Sern had contributed to the chapter on Voluntary Winding-Up in the “Law and Practice of Insolvency in Malaysia”,...

Celebrating our 2nd year milestone!

Our deepest appreciation to our valued clients, our associates, the KSH team and not forgetting, our family and friends. Thank you all for being an essential part of our journey...

Malaysia-born but stateless, three kids win citizenship at doorstep to hearing

Three stateless children born in Malaysia ended their years-long legal battle for citizenship today when the government finally recognised them as Malaysians, just before their Federal Court hearing this morning....

Civil marriage can only be dissolved in civil court now

Any divorce of a marriage solemnised in a civil registry must be resolved in the civil court even if one of the spouses has converted to Islam, according to the...

Ms Goh Siu Lin was a contributing author to the chapter on “Family Law”

The book was officially launched on 8 November, 2018 and is a tribute to Dato Seri Hishamudin’s commitment to judicial independence during his 23 years on the bench....

Shariah dress code not solution to workplace discrimination, say activists

GENDER equality and sexual harassment laws, not a dress code for women, are needed to prevent workplace discrimination, said women’s rights activists, in response to a minister’s proposal for shariah-compliant...

In landmark decision, apex court declares unilateral conversion unlawful

Indira Gandhi’s nine-year-long legal tussle comes to an end, as the Federal Court nullifies the unilateral conversion of her three children by her former husband, Ridhuan Abdullah. We explore the...

Malaysian stuck in China with son finally returns home, reunited with family

A Malaysian mother and her twice-abducted son, who were previously barred from leaving China, were finally allowed to return home and managed to fly back yesterday just in time for...

Cases involving stateless children go to federal court

PUTRAJAYA: The Federal Court will hear appeals brought by parents in three separate cases if stateless children could be accorded citizenship. This follows a decision by the Federal Court’s three-man bench...

NGOs: Spare young consensual sex couples in bill

KUALA LUMPUR: Pro-children groups do not want young couples who engage in consensual relationships to be criminalised under the proposed Sexual Offences Against Children Bill. According to a report in...

New child sex crimes law could be implemented in June

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia’s new law against child sexual crimes could take effect as early as June. But first, the Government wants to hear from all stakeholders, inclu­ding the public. At...

Former Malaysia beauty queen says divorce proceedings in KL ‘redundant’

KUALA LUMPUR – Former Miss Malaysia Pauline Chai has claimed that the divorce petition filed against her in Malaysia by tycoon Khoo Kay Peng is now “academic”, as an English...
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