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The Sultan Azlan Shah Law Lectures III: Politics and the Judiciary, Executive Power & The Limits of Law

“The Sultan Azlan Shah Law Lectures is one of the most prestigious lecture series of the common law world.”
Baroness Helena Kennedy QC

“There are a number of possible milestones of distinction for one who is pursuing a career as a member of the English Bench. Foremost amongst these is to be invited to deliver the Sultan Azlan Shah Lecture.”
Lord Phillips of Worth Matravers

The Sultan Azlan Shah Law Lecture Series was conceived to honour His Royal Highness Sultan Azlan Shah’s contribution to the development of Malaysian law. Since the first lecture was delivered in 1986, distinguished jurists, barristers and academics in the common law world have graced Malaysian shores to deliver authoritative, stimulating and thought-provoking lectures on a diverse range of topics.

The first seventeen lectures delivered between 1986 and 2003 were published in 2004 in the first volume entitled The Sultan Azlan Shah Law Lectures: Judges on the Common Law; the 18th to the 24th lectures delivered between 2004 and 2010 were published in 2011 in the second volume, The Sultan Azlan Shah Law Lectures II: Rule of Law, Written Constitutions & The Common Law Tradition.

This volume, the third in the series, entitled The Sultan Azlan Shah Law Lectures III: Politics and the Judiciary, Executive Power & The Limits of Law, contains the 25th to the 34th lectures delivered from 2011 to 2021.

This volume also contains a consolidated and comprehensive index of all subject matter appearing in the text of the lectures published, not only in this volume, but also in the earlier two volumes, as well as consolidated lists of the lecture titles and speakers of all the Sultan Azlan Shah Law Lectures from 1986 to 2021.

Competition Law in Malaysia, Second Edition (COMING SOON)

This book provides a useful analysis and explanation of the regulatory scheme, discussing the various powers and functions of the competition regulator as well as the enforcement and procedural aspects of Malaysian competition law.  

Privacy Law: A Primer

Privacy Law: A Primer explains the principles of privacy law in a concise manner and provides insightful discussions of new cases and commentary, as well as the important developments in the area of privacy law in Malaysia in recent years. 

Law and Justice in Malaysia - 2020 and Beyond (COMING SOON)

This book surveys the landscape of law and justice in Malaysia now and beyond through a re-evaluation of Vision 2020. It contains the views and analyses of pre-eminent legal thinkers and writers, with a variety of perspectives, from across the ethnic and religious divide, on the role of law within a more holistic view of Malaysia’s development and with a broad understanding of justice.  



Media Law in Singapore (4th Edition)

With the continued growth of the Singapore media and entertainment industry, the fourth edition of this title not only updates the laws relevant to this industry, it expands into discussions of the practical application of these laws and regulations in the framework of managing media production. It is hoped that this enhances the primary purpose of this book in acting as a concise and practical reference guide for media students and practitioners.

Law of Intellectual Property of Singapore, 3rd Edition

There have been many important developments since its last edition, including brand new Copyright Legislation in 2021. It is imperative that Legal Practitioners and students in Singapore are fully aware of these developments. Law of Intellectual Property of Singapore is a comprehensive text covering every aspect of Intellectual Property in Singapore.

Criminal Appeals in Singapore

Criminal Appeals in Singapore is a comprehensive, practical and authoritative guide to the law and practice of criminal appeals in Singapore. This book provides a step-by-step account of criminal appeals for all the criminal courts in Singapore and includes flow charts for improved usability.  

Arbitration in Singapore - A Practical Guide, Second Edition

Produced by the who''s who of the arbitral fraternity

The general editorial team, comprising Chief Justice Sundaresh Menon, Mr Francis Xavier, SC, Mr Chong Yee Leong and Prof Lucy Reed, hail from Singapore - the third-most preferred venue for international arbitration in the world. 



Hong Kong Law Reports & Digest (HKLRD) 2021: The Authorised HKLRD Print Parts Service with FREE ProView version

As the only authorised law reporting service in Hong Kong, HKLRD provides an authoritative, consistent and authentic statement of the law.

State Secrets and Trade Secrets in China

State Secrets and Trade Secrets in China guides you through the new state secrets and trade secrets law, both of which came into force in 2010, with detailed and practical analysis. It helps foreign investors and lawyers understand the new state secrets and trade secrets law in China, identifies the possible risks and suggests practical solutions/steps to take.

Intellectual Property Rights in China (China Law Library Series)

Intellectual Property Rights in China explains the structure and role of the intellectual property rights system in the modern Chinese economy. The content conveys the expertise of leading Chinese practitioners with straightforward and practical guidance.

Civil Justice Reform - What Has It Achieved?

In April 2010, a year after the implementation of the Civil Justice Reform, the University of Hong Kong and University College London hosted a joint conference entitled “Civil Justice Reform - What Has It Achieved?”.This publication seeks to answer that vitally important question and makes essential reading for practitioners seeking to understand the new procedures of civil justice reform.



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Kerr & Hunter on Receivership and Administration, 21st Edition

First published 150 years ago in 1869, the fully updated 21st edition of Kerr & Hunter on Receivership and Administration is the definitive guide to the legislative principles and caselaw that underpin these important areas. Covering both corporate and personal insolvency the book considers the duties, and responsibilities of both administrators and receivers. It also explains when and why they are appointed, and whether appointed outside court or not. The author team takes the reader through all elements of receivership, administration, and administrative receivership, to enable practitioner to advise whatever the market.

  • Considers appointment out of court and emergency procedures
  • Describes the duties of office holders and their relationship with the company and its staff
  • Considers developments in relation to the ‘prescribed part’ for the unsecured creditors in receivership and administration
  • Provides a comprehensive overview of taxation in receivership and administration
  • Guides reader through impact of new legislative developments and reflects the latest rulings from both UK and EU courts, with references from other jurisdictions where relevant.
  • Covers both corporate and personal insolvency and also includes a chapter on cross-border insolvency
  • Gives content and material on the recast European Insolvency Regulation at the time of Brexit
  • Illustrates potential judicial conflicts within the practice area of administration 
Rights, Powers and Remedies in Commercial Law

This new work surveys the legal relations that are at play in the different disciplines of commercial law and the remedies that may be granted in connection with them. The book looks, in particular, at the way in which the law regulates some legal powers and not others and the entitlements of shareholders, creditors, and others to participate in collective decision-making processes that lead to the exercise (or not) of a contractual or statutory “majority” power.

The book distils doctrinal analysis into clear guidance and practical frameworks to assist commercial and commercial chancery practitioners and students to understand and advise on contracts and other instruments and disputes arising out of them. At the same time, the author draws out and seeks to resolve analytical fissures in the law, engaging in sustained analysis of important authorities such as the Supreme Court’s judgment in Braganza v BP Shipping Ltd [2015] 1 WLR 1661; Re Dee Valley Group plc [2018] Ch 55; Re Charterhouse Capital Ltd; Arbuthnott v Bonnyman [2015] EWCA Civ 536; and, Sunlink International holdings Ltd v Wong [2010] 5 HKLRD 653, among others.

The book includes the following further features, among others:

  • Across seventeen core chapters, the book presents a descriptive argument about the way in which the law regulates legal powers (or does not) based on their distinctive features, so as to explain why the law controls some powers but not others and why the law does not control other legal relations such as voting rights.
  • The book provides practical frameworks, in Chapters 3 to 5 and 8, for parties who are called on to exercise a power that has been granted to them under a contract or other instrument in order to assist them to exercise that power lawfully and in accordance with the terms in which the power is granted.
  • The book suggests, in Chapter 7, standard terms and language that parties may seek to include in contracts and other instruments so as to bring about distinct consequences when powers are granted by contracts and other instruments.
  • The book provides guidance, in Chapters 8 to 14, for parties who are participating in collective decision-making processes, such as shareholders voting in a general meeting and creditors voting on schemes of arrangement, restructuring plans, and voluntary arrangements.
  • The book surveys, in Chapter 15, the way in which the terms of a contract or instrument may be used to modify or exclude the remedies that are available at an interim or final stage and the content of those remedies.
  • The book provides practical guidance, in Chapter 17, for parties who seek interim remedies in the commercial sphere, with a particular focus on injunctions against shareholders to control or prevent the exercise of voting rights attaching to shares.
  • The book is principally concerned with the law of England and Wales, but it also draws on the laws of, in particular, Australia, Hong Kong, and the offshore territories in order to better explain and critique the law of England and Wales. The book is, therefore, likely to be helpful not only for practitioners in England and Wales, but for those practising in other common law jurisdictions where the law takes a similar form. 
Construction All Risks Insurance, 3rd Edition

The third edition of Construction All Risks Insurance will be essential reading for both lawyers and insurance brokers in the field of construction insurance. Building on its reputation as the definitive reference for practitioners, Construction All Risks is the go-to guide looking for answers in construction insurance.

  • Covers the fundamentals of Construction All Risk Insurance from its origins in the Marine Insurance Act of 1906 to current day practice, going through the processes and pitfalls involved in CAR claims
  • Contains comprehensive practical advice for those dealing with CAR insurance claims, with coverage of disputes and the application of insurance law to commercial insurances
  • Explains the need for insurance and highlights particular areas for concern such as Institute Cargo Clauses and Aviation
  • Examines the structure of CAR policies, giving practical advice on the drafting of various clauses, including rectification, fortuity, loss and damage clauses and warranties
  • Discusses the wide range of exclusions that can apply to CAR policies and their significance, including defect and standard exclusions
  • Takes into account the difficult areas of causation and co-insurance
  • Includes example policy clauses and precedent materials
  • Includes guidance on the claims procedure as well as marine, aviation and property risks

New to edition:

  • Includes a new chapter on Delay in Start-Up insurance and the effect of the Financial Conduct Authority v Arch Insurance (UK) Ltd decision
  • Covers coinsurance and the Gard Marine and Energy Ltd v China National Chartering Co Ltd and Haberdashers' Aske's Federation Trust Ltd v Lakehouse Contracts Ltd cases
  • Discusses in more detail issues relating to fortuity and inherent vice
  • Comments more substantially upon Defects Exclusions
  • Includes updates regarding the position in Singapore, Malaysia and Australia


Corporate Criminal Liability, 4th Edition

The fourth edition of Corporate Criminal Liability has been thoroughly revised, expanded and updated to explain the criminal process from the perspective of the corporate defendant with a scholarly analysis of the principles of corporate liability. In particular, it provides expert discussion on the latest practice on DPAs, issues with identification theory and delegation, questions of jurisdiction, and sentencing. The work also explains specific offences such as insolvency restrictions, Companies Act offences, and corporate manslaughter.

Key features

  • Provides a guide to what company’s should be doing in order to avoid the potential for breaking the law under the various heads of offences as well as a list of ‘best practices’ currently used by those industries
  • Explains and develops the theory of the ‘corporate veil’ and how/when the veil can be lifted
  • Provides an advanced guide as to how companies should be interacting with external authorities involved with investigating criminality as well as what internal mechanisms should be triggered when criminality is discovered or suspected internally/externally.
  • When it comes to the court process, the book details (at a practitioner’s level) how cases are opened and closed and what companies can expect from the court system, addressing issues of ‘anonymity’, ‘evidential burdens’ and relevant limitation periods for each specific offence.

New to this edition

  • Considers all key cases since the last edition including the Barclays case on corporate identification
  • Reviews practice in deferred prosecution orders (DPOs) after investigations into Rolls Royce and Tesco
  • A fully updated Appendix table as a ‘quick reference’ guide to specific offences, how they are tried, and aspects of sentencing