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League of Lawyers

In November 2012, several law firms across Europe and Asia met in Bali, Indonesia. As a result of a dialogue between them, The League of Lawyers was formed in 2013 to synergise their resources and efforts to enhance their clients’ experience with them. The founding members are Malaysia (MahWengKwai & Associates), Australia (Ferguson Cannon), Germany (VON ZANTHIER & SCHULZ), India (Astra Law) and China (Yap & Lam). The League of Lawyers now serves the needs of clients in Asia, Australia and Europe, who have inbound and outbound business investments.

Recent Posts

By Derek Payne  As the property market lockdown looks like easing, overseas investors would do well to start to gear themselves up to take advantage of the stamp duty rate before they rise next year. In the Budget on 11 March, it was announced that an extra 2% SDLT surcharge will apply for UK property purchase […]

By Sjoerd Yntema As a result of the recent outbreak of the coronavirus (COVID–19), a lot of businesses are suddenly facing severe challenges. While the situation is not acute for some businesses, for others there is a very real, sudden risk of bankruptcy. For those running these companies, this means they have to be more […]

By Lisa Goh Malaysia will be under a nationwide Movement Control Order from 18 to 31 March due to the Covid-19 outbreak, Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin announced last night. “All houses of worship and business premises should be closed, except for supermarkets, public markets, grocery stores and convenience stores selling everyday necessities,” he said. […]