Sunday, 21 October 2018

Malaysia-Implementation of the E-Review Module in Court of Appeal and Federal Court

Implementation of the E-Review Module in Court of Appeal and Federal Court





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Circular No 258/2018
Dated 17 Oct 2018
To Members of the Malaysian Bar
Implementation of the E-Review Module in Court of Appeal and Federal Court
The Deputy Chief Registrar (Operations) of the Federal Court, Sabariah Binti Othman, has extended to us a copy of a notice entitled "Makluman Pelaksanaan Modul E-Review di Mahkamah Rayuan dan Mahkamah Persekutuan", dated 16 Oct 2018, pertaining to the implementation of the e-Review Module in the Court of Appeal and Federal Court.
According to the notice, e-Review is "an online forum within the e-Court System which enables judicial officers and legal representatives in a case to conduct case management via exchange of written messages without having to attend court".
Please be informed that the e-Review Module will come into operation on 22 Oct 2018 (Monday)
Details of the training sessions (which are identical) on the usage of the e-Review system are as follows:
Dates:             18 and 19 Oct 2018 (Thursday and Friday)
                        22 and 23 Oct 2018 (Monday and Tuesday)
Times:             11:30 am to 12:30 pm
                         2:30 pm to 3:30 pm

Venue:            Bilik Mesyuarat Utama, Aras 2, Palace of Justice, Putrajaya
The notice we received is attached for your reference.
Kindly contact 03-2733 1313 or email efshelpdesk@kehakiman.gov.my if you have any enquiries regarding the e-Review system. Alternatively, you may contact the e-Court Division by telephone at 03-8880 4150, or by email at ekehakiman@kehakiman.gov.my.

Thank you
Roger Chan Weng Keng
Secretary
Malaysian Bar


This circular and the attachment may also be accessed here.
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Notice e-Review.pdf

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Malaysia-Intermediate-Level Legal Forums (Selangor | 25 Oct 2018) (Kedah | 30 Oct 2018)

Intermediate-Level Legal Forums (Selangor | 25 Oct 2018) (Kedah | 30 Oct 2018)






We regret to inform Members that the afternoon session for the forum in Selangor has been postponed until further notice. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
Please note that the forums in Selangor (morning session) and in Kedah will proceed as scheduled.
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This circular and the attachment may also be accessed here.
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Registration Form.pdf
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Asean Law Alert

Asean Law Alert



Asean Law Alert by Asean LIP

18 Oct 2018
MALAYSIACRIMINAL LAWNEWS
Two Brothers freed on Drug Trafficking Charge, escape Death Sentence
GEORGE TOWN, Oct 17 (Bernama) - Two brothers escaped the noose today when they were acquitted and discharged for drug possession and trafficking.
MALAYSIACRIMINAL LAWNEWS
Indonesian Labourer jailed for Possession of Image, Video on Daesh Terrorists
KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 17 (Bernama) - An Indonesian labourer was sentenced to 18 months jail by the High Court here today for having images and video on the Daesh terrorist group on his handphone.
MALAYSIACRIMINAL LAWNEWS
Welder jailed for Concealment of RM18,700
PETALING JAYA, Oct 17 (Bernama) - A welder was sentenced to three months' jail by the Magistrate's Court here today for concealment of more than RM18,000 belonging to another person.
MALAYSIAFAMILY & CHILD LAWNEWS
Dewan Rakyat passes Children and Young Persons Bill
KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 17 (Bernama) - The Dewan Rakyat today passed the Children and Young Persons (Employment) (Amendment) Bill 2018 with the aim to improve protection for the group in employment. Human Resource Minister M. Kulasegaran said the amendment to the Children and Young Pe ...
MALAYSIAEMPLOYMENT & LABOUR LAWNEWS
Minimum Wage issue to be discussed in Cabinet - Minister
KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 17 (Bernama) - The Human Resources Ministry will present the RM1,050 minimum monthly wage issue, which has been objected to by some parties for being too low, to the Cabinet.
MALAYSIAGENERAL & MISCNEWS
Malaysia and Singapore Reaffirm Commitment to Enhance ICT Digital Economy
Malaysia and Singapore had, during the Second Joint Committee Meeting of the Malaysia-Singapore Information and Communications Cooperation, reaffirmed their commitment to enhance the digital economies of both countries and to pursue measures that spur innovation as well as to en ...
MALAYSIAEMPLOYMENT & LABOUR LAWJUDGMENTS
Julia Hanim Binti Mat Noh v Sigma Master Security Sdn Bhd
Date: 03 Oct 2018; Court: Industrial Court; Citation: Award No. 2437 of 2018; Source: Industrial Court
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Date: 02 Oct 2018; Court: Industrial Court; Citation: Award No. 2428 of 2018; Source: Industrial Court
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Chew Eng Chun v Pulse Projects Sdn Bhd (Malay)
Date: 04 Oct 2018; Court: Industrial Court; Citation: Award No. 2460 of 2018; Source: Industrial Court
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Animals: Tree kangaroos, ferocious kittens, and magical birds

Animals: Tree kangaroos, ferocious kittens, and magical birds




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In this edition: Welcome to the inaugural animals newsletter, featuring tree kangaroos, creature peepers, & wildcats. Each week we bring you the most fascinating stories from the world of animals.
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Rare tree kangaroo reappears after vanishing for 90 years
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Birds do it. Bees do it. Even near-sighted rhinos do it. We're talking about seeing, of course. Animals have evolved many different wonderful and strange ways of taking in the world through their eyes.
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A group of hummingbirds is known as a "charm."

"Charm" can also refer to a group of finches, and can mean "the blended singing or noise of many birds."
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Eurasian wryneck
Jynx torquilla gyrates its head oddly, which scientists think scares away predators. In Medieval times, people thought the bird's twisting movements (torqueo is Latin for "twist") could cast spells or jinxes.
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