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2019

 

 

CALENDAR OF EVENTS

 

Title: Communicate to Negotiate Workshop

Date: 31 July 2019

Venue: Faculty of Law, University of Malaya

 

Course Description:

This one-day course highlights the cumulative effect of combining effective communication and negotiation skills. This course also examines and evaluates the different types of negotiation available. The ability to communicate effectively requires the subtle mix of skills which include the ability to listen and to ask the right questions at the right time. The practical roleplay will be used during the course to help participants understand the skills and techniques involved to improve their performance. More...

 

 

Title: Corruption and Control Workshop

Date: 17 July 2019

Venue: VE Hotel & Residence, Bangsar South, KL *tbc

 

Course Description:

Each year corruption is estimated to cost about USD $2.5 trillion, about 5% of global GDP, and adds about 10% to the cost of global business. About one trillion dollars is paid annually in bribes and political leaders loot about $40 billion a year in their own countries. Among other things, corruption hampers economic growth and performance; discourages investment; distorts natural resource development; reduces tax revenue; distorts human services and infrastructure services. It weakens judicial integrity and the rule of law and overall diminishes quality of life for all but a very small few.

 

 

Title: Two-Days Anti-Money Laundering & Counter Financing of Terrorism (AML/CFT) Workshop

Date: 2-3 July 2019

Venue: Faculty of Law, University of Malaya

 

 

Title: Two-Days Course on Understanding Competition Law From a Substantive Perspective 

Date: 27-28 March 2019

Venue: Faculty of Law, University of Malaya

 

Course Description:

The aim of this course is to teach the relevant stakeholders in companies and businesses of the various types of competition law provisions in the 2010 Act and to discuss the substantive provisions and the legal tests through the case studies of the MyCC. This will assist them in having a holistic understanding as to how competition law applies in a business environment and allows stakeholders to identify the risks involved in their businesses. The course will also contain a comparative discussion with case studies from the European Union (EU) as the EU is a much more matured jurisdiction with established practices and the Malaysian Competition Act 2010 is also modeled after its EU counterpart. More...