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ZUL RAFIQUE & partners (ZRp) is a Kuala Lumpur-based law firm that was formed in December 1999. As a result of significant growth achieved since its inception, ZRp is now a large, broad-based commercial legal practice.

The firm is led by its founder and Managing Partner, Dato' Zulkifly Rafique who also spearheads the Corporate Department.

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Our vision is to provide our clientele with a solutions-oriented, comprehensive and integrated range of professional legal services and in the process, we strive relentlessly to surpass our exacting standards of service. We believe that being forward-looking and dynamic is our strength, and our commitment has always been to attain the highest standards in quality, client service and ethics.

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Jun 02 2020 |

Announcement

Corrupt Acts by your employees or agents are now your responsibility

New Section 17A of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission Act 2009 has come into force on 1 June 2020. Section 17A imposes a corporate liability on organisations, who may now be held accountable for the corrupt offences committed by their employees or any persons deemed associated with the organisations.

Jun 03 2020 |

Covid-19

Webinar Series Pro-Business Regulation | Lessons From COVID-19 : Time to Legislate

Our Corporate/Mergers & Acquisitions partner, David Lee and our Projects & Corporate Advisory associate, Lee Yee Fern will speak in Webinar Series Pro-Business Regulation on Lessons From COVID-19: Time to Legislate on Thursday, 4 June 2020, 3.30pm – 4.30pm organised by the Malaysia Productivity Corporation (MPC).

May 29 2020 |

Covid-19

Personal Data Protection for Employees Amidst COVID-19

In the face of the COVID-19 global pandemic, the Government of Malaysia implemented the Movement Control Order (“MCO”), which began on the 18th of March 2020. As a result of the low new infection rates and to ensure economic sustainability, the MCO was then replaced by the Conditional Movement Control Order (“CMCO”) which allowed for economic sectors beyond the essential services to reopen. However, in the future, once the MCO has been fully lifted, it is likely that the threat of COVID-19 will subsist. This article explores issues on personal data protection for employees in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.

May 27 2020 |

Covid-19

SSM FAQs on Extension of Time (EOT) for Circulation and Lodgement of Financial Statements

The Companies Commission of Malaysia has updated the Frequently Asked Questions on Extension of Time (EOT) for Circulation and Lodgement of Financial Statements as at 21 May 2020.

May 27 2020 |

Covid-19

SSM FAQs on Extension of Time (EOT) for the Holding of the Annual General Meeting (AGM)

The Companies Commission of Malaysia has updated the Frequently Asked Questions on Extension of Time (EOT) for the Holding of the Annual General Meeting (AGM) as at 21 May 2020.

May 22 2020 |

Announcement

Section 17A MACC Act comes into force 1 June 2020

The Prime Minister’s Office has announced in a statement dated 21 May 2020 that the date of coming into force of Section 17A MACC Act is to remain on 1 June 2020. Companies and law firms must act now to avoid liability by taking the necessary steps to have robust policies and Standard Operating Procedures in place.

May 22 2020 |

Covid-19

COVID-19 and Movement Control Order: Divorce in Times of Crisis

In light of the global pandemic, the Government of Malaysia announced the Movement Control Order (“MCO”) and later on eased the restrictions under the Conditional MCO. The “Stay at Home Order” may be a nightmare for some spouses as it would mean that they can no longer escape from their out-of-work spouse(s) under the same roof. If absence makes the heart grow fonder then what happens if the spouses are forced to spend time together in a confined space? Would the pandemic in Malaysia outlast the marriages simply because couples spend too much time together? This article explores divorce in this time of crisis.

May 08 2020 |

Announcement

New Service: Business Resilience Plan

Zul Rafique & Partners offers a team of lawyers to assist organisations to prepare a Business Resilience Plan to be implemented so that all the procedures, guidelines and requirements set by the Ministries during the period of COVID-19 pandemic are observed and adhered to.

Jun 02 2020 |

Announcement

Corrupt Acts by your employees or agents are now your responsibility

New Section 17A of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission Act 2009 has come into force on 1 June 2020. Section 17A imposes a corporate liability on organisations, who may now be held accountable for the corrupt offences committed by their employees or any persons deemed associated with the organisations.

May 22 2020 |

Announcement

Section 17A MACC Act comes into force 1 June 2020

The Prime Minister’s Office has announced in a statement dated 21 May 2020 that the date of coming into force of Section 17A MACC Act is to remain on 1 June 2020. Companies and law firms must act now to avoid liability by taking the necessary steps to have robust policies and Standard Operating Procedures in place.

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