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In the wake of the Conditional Movement Control Order (‘CMCO’) government offices, including the Inland Revenue Board (‘IRB’ or ‘the Revenue’) have resumed operations. It’s only a matter of time before the taxman comes knocking. If you are dissatisfied with Notices of Assessment or Additional Assessment served upon you, the law provides a number of ways to dispute them.
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Malaysia’s Azmi & Associates has hired Pierre Brochet as a registered foreign qualified lawyer after receiving the Bar Council’s first-ever licence to do so.
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Malaysian law firm Azmi & Associates has hired Sharifah Hamzah as a partner of its infrastructure and project finance practice in Kuala Lumpur from the Qatar office of Canadian law firm Bennett Jones, where she was a senior associate.
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Kuala Lumpur-headquartered Azmi & Associates has welcomed back intellectual property specialist Khairul Fazli Abdul Kadir from Shukor & Associates.
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The Malaysian Parliament passed the Civil Aviation Commission Act (“Act”) on the 9th of April 2015 and is expected to enter into force soon.
By ALB
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Malaysian law firm Azmi & Associates has promoted Moo Eng Thing and Ahmad Syahir Yahya to its partnership in Kuala Lumpur.
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As Malaysia’s dry shippers struggle to stay afloat, the country’s shipping lawyers are being kept busy, finds Raghavendra Verma
By ALB
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Malaysian law firm Azmi & Associates has hired Philip Teoh as a partner in its shipping practice in Kuala Lumpur, and Syed Muhammad Ridza Bin Syed Abdullah as a senior associate in Johor Bahru.
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Malaysian firms Azmi & Associates and Jeff Leong, Poon & Wong have entered into a strategic alliance for two years, thereby strengthening their Southeast Asian presence, particularly in China and Indonesia.