Tag: Foong Cheng Leong

  • IMLC 2018: Future of Lawyering: Fight or Flight?

    I will be speaking at one of the Breakout Sessions of International Malaysia Law Conference held on 14 to 17 August 2018. My session will be on 14 August, 3pm. Are wood-paneled offices and the colourful display of boundless volumes of law reports a thing of the past. Has the time come to embrace all […]

  • Kuala Lumpur Bar Committee 2017/2018

    I am pleased to announce that I have been re-elected as a committee member of the Kuala Lumpur Bar Committee for the year 2017/2018. I have also been re-appointed to chair the Kuala Lumpur Information Technology and Publication Committee. This Committee will continue its development of the Kuala Lumpur Bar website, App and membership management […]

  • IT lawyers prefer self-regulation to gov’t body

    Malaysiakini, 12 Nov 2011: http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/183927 Two legal experts specialising in the information technology (IT) industry said that a self-regulating body to guide the industry was better than a federal government-led body as proposed in the draft Computing Professionals Bill 2011. In an article on the Loyar Burok website, lawyers Foong Cheng Leong and Joachim Leong wrote that […]

  • Computing Professionals Bill 2011 – Ambiguity, Arbitrariness and Uncertainty

    First published on LoyarBurok on 11 December 2011 There has been a public outcry on the Computing Professionals Bill. Some of the fears are unfounded while others, quite genuine. Foong Cheng Leong, an IT lawyer and Joachim Leong, a non-practicing lawyer cum Consultant for Denning IT dissect the Bill. In their views, the main concerns […]