The changes to the Malaysian judicial system have been significant over the past few years. The effciency of court processes is steadily improving and this is reflected in the avoidance of undue delays and quicker judicial timeframes. Together, we have seen the Court’s success in functioning well on
virtual platforms with the introduction and expansion of the e-court system including that of e-review, as well as plans for an e-lelong system.
Clearly, judicial reforms have been on the forefront of the development agenda. Against this backdrop, should litigation be the first go-to option for disputing parties? Would there be room for the various mechanisms of alternative dispute resolution such as arbitration, adjudication, and mediation, to serve the needs of litigious parties? What are the considerations of today’s leading legal practitioners and in-house corporate counsels when choosing an effective tool for a resolution of dispute?
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