|May 2023||We are pleased to annouce that the promotion of Ms. Dk. Vivi Fazrenna binti Zaidun to Partner with effect from May 1, 2023.|
Her related practice areas include Corporate, Intellectual Property, Real Estate and Banking..
|August 2022||We are pleased to announce the promotion of Dk. Vivi Fazrenna binti Zaidun to Senior Associate on 1 January 2021.|
|27 April 2022||YA Atan Mustaffa appointed as Judge of the High Court of Malaya.
The Partners and staff of Messrs Ainul Azam & Co would like to extend our heartiest congratulations to our former Partner and Head of Litigation Department, YA Atan Mustaffa Yussof Ahmad on his appointment as Judge of the High Court of Malaya.
YA Atan Mustaffa joined Messrs Ainul Azam & Co in 2003 and was later sworn in as the Judicial Commissioner of the High Court of Malaya on 28th November 2019.
We wish YA Atan Mustaffa all the best and a successful career on the bench.
We would like to inform that En. Mohd Saiful Hadi will no longer be with the Firm with effect from 1st September 2021.
If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact me at 012-2013091 or by email at email@example.com.
|January 2021||We are pleased to announce the promotion of Ahmad Imran bin Mohd Azlan to Senior Associate on 1 January 2021.|
|September 2020||We are pleased to announce the appointment of Aisyah Amalina Binti Norhan, as an Associate to our firm on 1 September 2020.|
|November 2019|| Atan Mustaffa
We are proud to announce that the firm’s Partner and Head of Litigation, Atan Mustaffa Yussof Ahmad was sworn in as a Judicial Commissioner on 28th November 2019.
Atan graduated from the University of Bristol in the UK and received his Certificate in Legal Practice in 1994. After being called to Bar in 1995 he practised in the area of commercial and civil litigation with Messr Nordin Torji & Yussof Ahmad before serving in several in-house legal and management positions between 1998 and 2003. He also attended the University of Exeter during this period and received his MBA in 2000.
In 2003 Atan joined Messrs Ainul Azam & Co as a Partner to head the litigation department of the newly established firm. During this period, the firm expanded its client base and developed new areas of practice, namely in Employment and Industrial Relations Law.
As a member of the Bar, he actively contributed in various Bar activities, serving as a member of the KL Bar Committee between 2017 to 2019 and the Bar Council’s Professional Standards and Development Committee from 2017. He was also a trainer for the Advocacy Training Course.
We extend our heartiest congratulations to Atan Mustaffa and his family, wishing him success in his new career.
|February 2017||We are pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Shameer bin Othman, former Partner of Messrs Nik Saghir & Ismail, as a Senior Associate to our firm on 1 February 2017.|
|January 2017||We are pleased to announce the appointment of Ms. Nurul Amalina Shafinaz binti Abu Sopian as an Associate to our firm on 3 January 2017.|
|December 2014||Advised a Malaysian bank in respect of loan granted to a Malaysian company relating to a construction project under PR1MA|
|December 2014||Successfully advised client in relation to a lease arrangement with Lulu Hypermarket, a hypermarket chain and retail venture with headquarters in Abu Dhabi.|
|November 2014||Advised a Malaysian bank in respect of loan granted to a Malaysian company relation to an acquisition of shares in a Singaporean company|
|June 2014||Successfully advised client with respect to capital reduction exercise of a PMA status in Indonesia.|
|January 2014||Successfully advised client in relation to the acquisition of Capital Square Mall, Kuala Lumpur.|
|January 2012|| ENFORCEMENT OF COMPETITION ACT 2010 |
The Malaysian Competition Act 2010 ("the Competition Act") comes into force on 1 January 2012 prohibits anti-competitive activities, such as horizontal and vertical anti-competitive agreements and abuses of dominance.
Generally, price-fixing agreements, marking sharing agreements and bid-rigging agreements and other collusive 'cartel’ (i.e. pakat in Bahasa Malaysia) agreements are considered to be anti-competitive.
The regulator of the Competition Act, the Malaysia Competition Committee ("MyCC") has extensive enforcement powers of investigation and enforcement and to issue directions and make decisions.
The proposed guidelines on the application on the Competition Act have already been posted on the website of MyCC. These guidelines are not yet definitive as they are still subject to a public consultation process.
In anticipation of the enforcement of the Competition Act, we have since year 2011 developed and implemented a Competition Compliance Programme for our corporate clients to ensure that the position of our clients is protected as regards to the coming into force of the Competition Act.
For further insight on the application of the provisions of the Competition Act to your business activities, please read the FAQs or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 03 -2171 1484 and speak to Brenda Yong.
|July 2010||We are pleased to announce the appointment of Mohamad Izwan Abd Rahman as an Associate to our firm.|
|May 2010||We are pleased to announce the appointment of Tuan Haji Yussof Ahmad, former Chairman of Industrial Court of Malaysia, as Consultant to our firm.|