Month: June 2016

  • LegalHack Series: How to download files from the Malaysian Court Online File Search System

    [Note: This guide is not longer applicable as the Court has migrated to Phase 2] One of the weaknesses of our Court’s efiling system is the online file search system. A user has to pay RM12 (for High Court and above) or RM6 (for Subordinate Courts) to be able to do an online file search […]

  • Legal start-up’s services scrutinised by Malaysian Bar

    I was quoted by The Star newspaper on the entry of Dragon Law, a Hong Kong based company providing access to legal documents and legal access, into Malaysia. “Intellectual Property lawyer Foong Cheng Leong said it would be “interesting” to see what the Bar Council, especially its Legal Profession Committee, would do. “Dragon Law says […]


    I was interviewed BFM Radio on the issue of sexual grooming and sex offenders registry and the podcast was published on 8 June 2016. Your browser does not support native audio, but you can download this MP3 to listen on your device. The rise of pedophilia and other sex offences recently have put in the […]

  • Don’t be penny-wise, startups: lawyers

    I gave on a talk on Intellectual Property Law for Startup at a firechat sessions titled “Bridge the Gap between Startups and the Law” organised by BurgieLaw held at the Malaysian Global Innovation and Creativity Centre (MaGIC) on 9 May 2016. Subsequent to the firechat session, I was featured in The Star in their article […]