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POPULAR TITLES: Malaysia
Companies Voluntary Winding-Up Handbook (COMING SOON)

This handbook covers various aspects of voluntary winding-up, i.e members'''''''' and creditors'''''''' voluntary winding-up. It discusses the law concerning voluntary winding-up and related practices, with the text supported by relevant flow-charts, forms, notices and sample minutes of Board of Directors meeting and notification of resolutions. 

 
Cryptocurrency and Digital Assets Law in Malaysia (COMING SOON)

Making clear the law on crytocurrency and digital assets.

 
Retrenchment: The Law and Practice in Malaysia, Second Edition (COMING SOON)

This updated edition provides a comprehensive coverage on the recent and significant developments in the law and practice of retrenchment in Malaysia.

 

 
Bullen & Leake & Jacob’s Malaysian Precedents of Pleadings, Second Edition (COMING SOON)

As the practice of pleading is central to civil procedural law, this home-grown publication presents a comprehensive compendium of precedents and related documents. It offers authoritative and structured precedents to support the drafting of pleadings and other court documents. Each topic begins with a commentary which gives a succinct account of the applicable principles of law and, where relevant, specific guidelines on pleading. The clear understanding of the applicable law afforded by the commentaries greatly enhances the drafting exercise based on the multitude of precedents available in the publication.
 
To maintain the objective of this publication as an indispensable guide to drafting pleadings, in this second edition, all the existing chapters have been updated/revised to take account of developments in the law and practice, and a further 8 new chapters have been introduced. 
 
Modelled on the highly respected UK Bullen & Leake & Jacob’s Precedents of Pleadings, this publication is intended to be the first point of reference for civil practitioners in the drafting of pleadings. It contains the combined expertise of more than 50 experienced practitioners across both mainstream and specialist areas of practice and will no doubt continue to be the most sought-after guide on pleading to all Malaysian practitioners.
 
NEW TOPICS IN THIS EDITION
  • Arbitration
  • Aviation
  • Competition 
  • Data Protection 
  • Intellectual Property
  • Judicial Review
  • Online Contracts and Domain Names Disputes 
  • Road Traffic
KEY FEATURES
  • 8 new areas of law introduced
  • High quality precedents which can be relied on with confidence
  • Concise commentary which may be referred to for a quick refresher of the applicable principles of law
  • Expert guidance provided by experienced practitioners
  • Updated and revised to include new developments in the law
 
 

 

POPULAR TITLES: Singapore
Media Law in Singapore, 4th Edition

With the continued growth of the Singapore media and entertainment industry, the fourth edition of this title not only updates the laws relevant to this industry, it expands into discussions of the practical application of these laws and regulations in the framework of managing media production. It is hoped that this enhances the primary purpose of this book in acting as a concise and practical reference guide for media students and practitioners.

 
Criminal Appeals in Singapore

Criminal Appeals in Singapore is a comprehensive, practical and authoritative guide to the law and practice of criminal appeals in Singapore. This book provides a step-by-step account of criminal appeals for all the criminal courts in Singapore and includes flow charts for improved usability.  

 
International Arbitration in Singapore: Legislation and Materials

The first analysis of Singapore international arbitration legislation and materials

This all-in-one reference text draws together, for the first time, all the international arbitration legislation in Singapore - annotated with a detailed analytical commentary, together with a comprehensive collection of related laws and materials.

 
Mediation in Singapore: A Practical Guide 2nd Edition

Recent changes in mediation include the passing of the mediation bill in 2017; amendments to the Supreme Court practice directions on the provisions for Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) for civil cases; and the reallocation of cases by the Family Justice Courts to Mediation.

 

 

POPULAR TITLES: Hong Kong
Hong Kong Law Reports & Digest (HKLRD) 2019: The Authorised HKLRD Print Parts Service with FREE ProView version

As the only authorised law reporting service in Hong Kong, HKLRD provides an authoritative, consistent and authentic statement of the law.

 
State Secrets and Trade Secrets in China

State Secrets and Trade Secrets in China guides you through the new state secrets and trade secrets law, both of which came into force in 2010, with detailed and practical analysis. It helps foreign investors and lawyers understand the new state secrets and trade secrets law in China, identifies the possible risks and suggests practical solutions/steps to take.

 
Intellectual Property Rights in China (China Law Library Series)

Intellectual Property Rights in China explains the structure and role of the intellectual property rights system in the modern Chinese economy. The content conveys the expertise of leading Chinese practitioners with straightforward and practical guidance.

 
Civil Justice Reform - What Has It Achieved?

In April 2010, a year after the implementation of the Civil Justice Reform, the University of Hong Kong and University College London hosted a joint conference entitled “Civil Justice Reform - What Has It Achieved?”.This publication seeks to answer that vitally important question and makes essential reading for practitioners seeking to understand the new procedures of civil justice reform.

 

 

POPULAR TITLES: United Kingdom
McGee: Limitation Periods, 8th Edition (Mainwork & 1st Supplement)

Limitation Periods by Professor Andrew McGee is a well-established and definitive text now in its eighth edition. Professor McGee steers practitioners through the complexities of the law of limitations, giving detailed guidance in all areas of law from preliminary issues to proceedings. The book is designed to help bring an action in good time and remedy delays which may lead to striking out. The book covers European and international limitation issues.
 
The First Supplement to the Eighth Edition updates the text with important new case law, including:
  • Kimathi v Foreign Office - effect of transitional provisional in very old claims
  • Stage Coach East Midlands Trains Ltd - various aspects of the interrelationship between limitation and public law remedies.
  • Barton v Wright Hassall LLP - the effect of a stay of proceedings.
  • Liddle v Atha & Co - effect of delay in issuing caused by the court office
  • Cornell v Chief Constable of Greater Manchester - exercise of the s33 discretion.
  • Roberts v Soldiers, Sailors and Airmen and Families Association - the application of the Civil Liability (Contribution) Act 1978
  • Dera Commercial Estates v Derya Inc - effect of delay in arbitration cases.
  • Sixteen Ocean GmbH & Co KG v Societe Generale - economic duress does not amount to fraud for the purposes of s32
  • Gorton v McDermott Will and Emery LLP - whether to order a preliminary issue on limitation 
 
Sinclair on Warranties and Indemnities on Share and Asset Sales 11th Edition

This practical text contains precedents and commentary on warranties and indemnities on share sales. It provides guidance for all parties – purchasers and vendors - who deal with a sale and purchase agreement (“sale agreement”) for either a company or business. Written for commercial lawyers, it is the only title to deal exclusively with this area.
 
New for the 11th edition
  • Substantial changes have been made in relation to IT and data protection warranties to reflect GDPR and this fast evolving area as the importance of IT to most companies increases.
  • New accounts warranties have been included to reflect the FRS regime and the decreasing relevance on most transactions of the historical SAAPs and FRS's that were relevant for financial periods prior to the 4th January 2015.
  • The tax warranties have been simplified and shortened to reflect the exclusion of esoteric areas that are not applicable to most transactions as well as reflecting legislative updates. The tax covenant reflects the continuing trend to start with a balanced draft rather than a purchaser bias version.
Other features
  • Provides precedents and commentary on warranties and indemnities on share sales
  • Provides guidance for all parties – purchasers and vendors - who have to deal with a sale and purchase agreement (“sale agreement”) for either a company or business.
  • For the purchasers’ solicitors, provides precedents of suitable warranties and indemnities from which a tailored draft can be prepared
  • For the vendors’ solicitors, provides guidance and commentaries with the precedents
  • Organised around precedents of clauses and documents, accompanied by extensive commentary
  • Arranged in a logical chronology
  • Covers the history and function of warranties and indemnities
  • Covers the various parties to a sale and purchase agreement
  • Covers the rights and liabilities that arise from a breach of warranty
  • Provides detailed consideration of tax, property and general warranties in a share sale
  • Covers the forms taken by tax deeds
  • Covers warranties, undertakings and indemnities requested by the purchaser
  • Covers completion accounts and valuation
  • Provides clearly-written commentary and guidance aimed to explicate clauses and their impact 
 
Arlidge and Parry on Fraud 6th Edition

Providing a complete guide to the law on fraud, Arlidge & Parry on Fraud sets out the basic principles and clarifies key terms. The work discusses and interprets the law offering strategic guidance to complex areas. In addition, it offers advice on presenting a fraud case, so that you can be sure you follow the correct procedures and avoid mistakes.
 
It includes relevant case law to ensure that you are fully up to speed with changes that have occurred and what they mean. What’s more, it explains the implications of each offence with examples of legislation and case law enabling you to build the strongest argument possible.
 
The work includes statutes, SI’s and reproduces sections of Acts where relevant, so that you have all the core statutory and related primary materials to hand. The user friendly format means that offences are dealt with in their own separate chapters. This makes it even easier for you to find the information you need quickly, saving you time and effort.
 
Written by respected experts in the field, Jonathan Fisher QC, HHJ Alexander Milne QC, Jane Bewsey QC and Andrew Herd, the work provides an invaluable source of information that will guide you through the complex area of the law on fraud.
 
The 6th edition features a new structure to help you navigate the offences considered, new chapters on Cybercrime, Parallel proceedings, the Procedure for Charging, Internal Corporate Fraud Investigations, International Assistance, Private/Public Sector Initiatives, Money Laundering and confiscation.
 
KEY FEATURES:
  • Provides a detailed account of the three kinds of fraud codified by the Fraud Act 2006
  • Gives a practical and detailed explanation of the prosecution of fraud cases, including the powers and obligations of the prosecuting authorities, the procedure of complex and serious fraud cases (including those involving multiple offences), and the issues arising from the case management of a lengthy trial
  • Sets out the elements of the crime and the mens rea standards for establishing fraud
  • Explains the multiplicity of statutes and common law under which fraudulent acts were prohibited prior to the commencement of the 2006 Act
  • Examines fraud in the context of a range of sectors, including insolvency, tax, social security and gambling
  • Details the statutory and common law offences of conspiracy to defraud, as well as the law of inchoate liability in relation to attempt and conspiracy
  • Looks at closely associated offences that may have been considered fraud, including fraudulent trading, theft, obtaining services dishonestly, forgery and false accounting.
  • Considers related offences likely to be charged in fraud case, including company fraud, investment fraud, bribery and price fixing
  • Addresses the international reach of courts in England and Wales with regard to offences committed wholly or partly in foreign jurisdictions
  • Undertakes a detailed analysis of the obligations of the prosecutor to disclose information
  • Presents the 2014 sentencing guidelines as they pertain to fraud offences, as well as the sentences which deviate from the guidelines
  • Explores the alternatives to prosecution, including civil recovery orders and deferred prosecution agreements
  • Considers the process involved in bringing a private prosecution, as well as the advantages and disadvantages of doing so in fraud cases
  • The Fraud Act 2006 is reproduced in full as an appendix, for ease of reference

 

 
Toulson & Phipps on Confidentiality 4th Edition

Confidentiality is a complex subject. In the Fourth edition of Toulson & Phipps on Confidentiality, Charles Phipps along with new editors William Harman and Simon Teasdale provides a comprehensive and authoritative combination of reference, analysis and procedure in relation to confidentiality across all relevant areas of law.
 
As a (very) small selection, the cases decided since the last edition include:
  • Saab v Dangate Consulting Ltd [2019] EWHC 1558 (Comm); [2019] P.N.L.R. 29, in which Cockerill J conducted a detailed analysis of several aspects of the public interest defence;
  • Richard v British Broadcasting Corporation [2018] EWHC 1837 (Ch); [2019] Ch. 169, in which Mann J held that a suspect had a reasonable expectation of privacy in relation to a police investigation;
  • Cape Intermediate Holdings Ltd v Dring [2019] UKSC 38, which is now the leading case on access to court records; and
  • R (Bridges) v Chief Constable of South Wales [2019] EWHC 2341 (Admin), in which the Court of Appeal held that data would fall within the scope of the data protection regime if it identified someone by a process of “individuation” (notwithstanding their continued anonymity).
  • ABC v Telegraph Media Group Ltd [2018] EWCA Civ 2329, in which the Court of Appeal upheld “the important legitimate role played by non-disclosure agreements in the consensual settlement of disputes
KEY FEATURES:
  • Provides comprehensive guidance on the law of confidentiality.
  • Sets out the principles and foundations underlying the law of confidence, identifying the essential elements of the equitable cause of action.
  • Considers the widely varying circumstances in which duties of confidentiality may arise.
  • Analyses the nature of confidential information, distinguishing what can and what can’t be protected.
  • Discusses what counts as misuse of confidential information, and the different ways in which the unauthorised use of confidential information may be justified.
  • Examines the remedies which may be available for breach of confidence – both before and after the event.
  • Considers in detail the impact of privacy rights and the new tort of misuse of private information.
  • Summarises both the data protection and the freedom of information regimes, reviewing the principal case-law.
  • Examines the confidentiality issues that arise in a variety of professional and other relationships, including medical advisers, bankers, broadcasters and journalists, teachers, clergy, counsellors , mediators, employers & employees, police, and lawyers.
  • Illustrates how confidentiality operates within the legal process, with guidance on legal professional privilege, the without prejudice rule, and public interest immunity, as well as other forms of protection which are available to litigants.
  • Considers, in particular, how children’s confidentiality in the legal process is maintained.
  • Analyses the law of arbitral confidentiality.
  • Takes into account judicial decisions in other common law jurisdictions including, in particular, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.
  • Includes up-to-date case law which can be cited in court.