Are there sure-fire techniques that make it easier to succeed at a trial court? Yes, there are.
Here is a list of Secret Formulae on How to Win at the Trial Court.
These Secret Techniques are transferable.
This video, called 'How to Win at the Trial Court’ aims to transfer those skills.
And here they are! Read More
There are many rights you enjoy today. You do not even think about them. But for a British judge and a Scottish snail, you may have lost it all. Should you not celebrate Lord Atkin? Read More
Do courts have the power to reduce damages under the '1/3 Contingency Rule'? Read More
If a road accident victim dies earlier than expected, what happens to the extra damages? Read More
Political Fat Cats are getting away. They've robbed our nation of its wealth. They employ all manner of delaying tactics. The people grow impatient. The authorities say, "Our hands are full. This will take a long time”. The Fat Cats count on an over-burdened system. So isn't there an easier way to get them? There is. The ‘Nuclear Option’ is in section 114 of the Income Tax ... Read More
Sabahans are troubled by this question. Is that the only question? Read More
Should homosexuality be a crime in Malaysia? Right now, it is a crime: have no doubt about that. But should it remain so? Read More
Isn’t it treason to knowingly subvert the Rule of Law and the Separation of Powers? It should be. Read More
This is Part 2 of the article entitled, ‘Will Corruption Amnesty Work?’ You’ll find part 1 here. We saw, in Part-1, how if we sack every corrupt person, we’d lose a substantial number of people in enforcement agencies, local governments, courts, and the Government. This is because corruption in Malaysia is deep-seated. So what? Corruption and State Capture Corruptions infects and emaciates a nation, its institutions and its people. It kills a just and efficient ... Read More
How far should lawyers go to win a case? And how long should judges refuse to sanction counsel’s egregious conduct? Advocates and solicitors ( ‘lawyer’ and ‘counsel’ are used interchangeably) always must exhibit the highest level of professional conduct. They must always uphold the dignity of the profession and the interest of justice. Towards opposing counsel they must show candour, courtesy and fairness. No one should deceive a court, or his or ... Read More