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YEARS

35

PARTNERS

3

CONSULTANTS

49

ASSOCIATES

80

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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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Oct 25 2021 |

Covid-19

Majlis Keselamatan Negara Phase Four of the Movement Control Order under the National Recovery Plan | Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) | Updated as of 24 October 2021

Majlis Keselamatan Negara Phase Four of the Movement Control Order under the National Recovery Plan Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) | Updated and issued by the National Security Council on 24 October 2021

Oct 21 2021 |

Announcement

BFM Podcast | What you should know before being a Guarantor

Our Litigation Partner, Farah Shuhadah Razali was invited by BFM: The Business Station (89.9 MHz) to speak on what you should know before being a Guarantor.

Oct 21 2021 |

Announcement

Zul Rafique & Partners succeeds at the Federal Court in opposing an application for leave to appeal in respect of an application for discovery filed in an application to set aside an arbitration award of over MYR16 Million

T Kuhendran, Daniel Lau and Jasmeet Kaur from Zul Rafique & Partners’ Construction Dispute Resolution Group, representing SJIC Bina Sdn Bhd (“Respondent”), succeeded in the Federal Court in opposing an application by Iskandar Regional Development Authority (“Applicant”) for leave to appeal against a Court of Appeal decision upholding the decision of the High Court in Iskandar Regional Development Authority v. SJIC Bina Sdn Bhd and another appeal [2020] MLJU 566.

Oct 14 2021 |

Articles

Dismissing working mother for refusing to work specific shifts – indirectly discriminatory and unfair?

In a recent decision, the Employment Appeal Tribunal in the UK concluded that women have a greater burden of childcare than men and that this is a known fact thus taking judicial notice of such. The EAT’s decision instilled confidence for women with childcare responsibilities to file indirect sex discrimination claims successfully in situations where their employer imposes a requirement to work flexible, volatile and indeterminate patterns.

Oct 04 2021 |

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[SHORTLISTED] Legal 500 Southeast Asia Awards 2020/2021

Zul Rafique & Partners is proud that the Firm has been shortlisted in two categories as listed above at the Legal 500 Southeast Asia Awards 2020/2021.

Sep 30 2021 |

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IFLR Asia Best Lawyer 2021

Zul Rafique & Partners would like to congratulate Loh Mei Mei, our Partner in the Banking and Finance Practice Group for being recognised as one of IFLR Asia Best Lawyers 2021 by IFLR1000

Oct 21 2021 |

Announcement

BFM Podcast | What you should know before being a Guarantor

Our Litigation Partner, Farah Shuhadah Razali was invited by BFM: The Business Station (89.9 MHz) to speak on what you should know before being a Guarantor.

Oct 21 2021 |

Announcement

Zul Rafique & Partners succeeds at the Federal Court in opposing an application for leave to appeal in respect of an application for discovery filed in an application to set aside an arbitration award of over MYR16 Million

T Kuhendran, Daniel Lau and Jasmeet Kaur from Zul Rafique & Partners’ Construction Dispute Resolution Group, representing SJIC Bina Sdn Bhd (“Respondent”), succeeded in the Federal Court in opposing an application by Iskandar Regional Development Authority (“Applicant”) for leave to appeal against a Court of Appeal decision upholding the decision of the High Court in Iskandar Regional Development Authority v. SJIC Bina Sdn Bhd and another appeal [2020] MLJU 566.

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