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A Malaysian LoyarBurokker in a California Court

A Malaysian LoyarBurokker in a California Court

Halfway while a counsel was submitting, his phone rang and the counsel quickly excused himself. The Judge didn’t seem to mind at all and spoke to the Prosecution while the counsel finished his call and put his mobile on his seat.

Malaysian Bar Council bans lawyers from using virtual offices

Malaysian Bar Council bans lawyers from using virtual offices

The Bar Council is refusing to keep up with technology and changes to legal practice.

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Memo to the Bar Council on the Proposed Legal Profession (Group Practice) Rules 2013

Memo to the Bar Council on the Proposed Legal Profession (Group Practice) Rules 2013

Why the Bar Council’s current draft of the new group practice rules is unsatisfactory.

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GE13 Candidates and 114A

GE13 Candidates and 114A

Could an election be declared void because of Facebook and 114A?

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Podcast: Intellectual Property Rights and Social Media

Podcast: Intellectual Property Rights and Social Media

What are the rules we should look out for?

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#STOP114A – The end of internet freedom?

#STOP114A – The end of internet freedom?

Is internet freedom under threat?

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Podcast: Onus is On You to Prove Your Cyber Innocence

Podcast: Onus is On You to Prove Your Cyber Innocence

Foong Cheng Leong talks about the Evidence Act.

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Bring On The Bon!

Bring On The Bon!

@edmundbon answers tweets for The Star iPad.

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Grave repercussions for internet users

Grave repercussions for internet users

To what extent does the Evidence (Amendment) (No. 2) Bill 2012 affect us?

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My Neighbour Is Spying On Me!

My Neighbour Is Spying On Me!

Do Malaysians have a “right to privacy”?

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Computing Professionals Bill 2011 – Ambiguity, Arbitrariness and Uncertainty

Computing Professionals Bill 2011 – Ambiguity, Arbitrariness and Uncertainty

The Malaysian ICT Industry faces turmoil with a proposed new Bill.

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Forum: Freedom of Speech in the New Media (17.11.2011)

Forum: Freedom of Speech in the New Media (17.11.2011)

A KL Bar forum on online freedom of expression.

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So, you passed your CLP.

So, you passed your CLP.

Now, What?

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All Lawyers Should Have An iPad!

All Lawyers Should Have An iPad!

Tablets are not just nice to look at, they are fast becoming a must-have essential item.

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LoyarBermakan: Cristang: Pork Burger Heaven

LoyarBermakan: Cristang: Pork Burger Heaven

The first-ever post in the LoyarBermakan food review series visits the home of the famous, scandalously-good, P7 pork burger.

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Internet Service Provider Liability Act: Do we need one?

Internet Service Provider Liability Act: Do we need one?

An analysis of the potential repercussions of the proposed Internet Service Provider Liability Act.

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LoyarBorak #2: How Relevant Is The Bar Council? (Part 2)

LoyarBorak #2: How Relevant Is The Bar Council? (Part 2)

This is the second part of LoyarBorak #2 discussing the role of the Bar Council, in view of the on-going Bar Council elections. Part 1 is here. This LoyarBorak is moderated by Marcus van Geyzel (who also throws his views into the ring), and the borakkers are Adriana Leu, Foong Cheng Leong, Grace Wong, Lee [...]

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LoyarBorak #2: How Relevant Is The Bar Council? (Part 1)

LoyarBorak #2: How Relevant Is The Bar Council? (Part 1)

LoyarBorak #2 focuses on the role of the Bar Council, in view of the on-going Bar Council elections. Postal ballots must be returned by 30 November 2010, and the results are expected on 1 December 2010.

This LoyarBorak is moderated by Marcus van Geyzel (who also throws his views into the ring), and the borakkers are Adriana Leu, Foong Cheng Leong, Grace Wong, Lee Shih and Siti Shahrom, who all approach the discussion from their different experiences and positions in the legal profession. Please borak along in the comments section below.

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