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Cases cited in the Malaysian Law Journal
Breach of Duty
  • Tan Ah Chio & Ors v Lua Kim Soon & Ors [2015] 1 MLJ 334
Corporate Fraud
  • Claybricks Tiles Sdn Bhd v Tenaga Nasional Berhad [2010] MLJU 1807
Winding-Up Procedure
  • Seremban Engineering Bhd v Nandakumar a/l Perumal (trading under the name and style of New Trax Resources) [2016] 09 MLJ 656
Other Sub-practice Areas
  • Corporate Advisory and Transactions
  • Projects and Infrastructure
  • Merger and Acquisitions
  • Insurance and Reinsurance
  • Healthcare and Pharmaceuticals
  • Oil & Gas, and Energy
  • Competition Law
General Corporate and Commercial
The commercial law practice of the firm has considerable transactional experience in banking, mergers and acquisitions, stock-broking, telecommunications, oil and gas, power and infrastructure sectors.
Advisory work
AJP has in depth experience in aspects of operations such as supply and construction, maintenance and support services, financing, land rights, project management, interconnect, tax, intellectual property, regulatory and public policy issues. Our partners have also consulted with, and produced agreements for public listed entities.

The firm advised and produced legal documentation for joint venture deals, tenancy, joint venture agreements with international airlines and Sime Healthcare Sdn Bhd.
Due diligence
The team has effectively conducted due diligence exercises in mergers and acquisitions, issues of new securities, listings on the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange and MESDAQ and foreign security offerings are conducted by the firm.
Foreign investment
The firm has advised on the local regulatory and tax regime and framework for foreign investment in Malaysia and the establishment of a business presence in Malaysia.

Regulatory regime and procedure for such purposes and is frequently called upon to advise on the establishment of investment and securities houses and local and foreign fund and asset management companies in the country.
Breach Of Duties
A breach of a duty especially by a fiduciary, as an agent or corporate officer, in carrying out the functions of his or her position.