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09 Dec / 20
Medical records may need to be preserved for a variety of reasons, medical, legal or administrative. There may be a medical reason for continuing to keep the records but no legal reason for doing so. Conversely, there may be a legal reason for continuing to keep the records but no medical reason for doing so. It may not be enough to preserve medical records. The process of the law may require that further the makers of the documents, if available, be called to give evidence in court so as to assist in the administration of justice.Read More
04 Nov / 20
IMAGING THE DEAD (Lecture at the Imaging Conference of the Royal Society of Medicine, U.K. on 21 October 2010)
Much of what I have to say will (I hope) be familiar to many in the audience. However, I believe it is appropriate to go back to basics to set the scene for what is to follow later today. I also do so because at least some in the room might not understand why coroners and others involved in the registration and certification of deaths do what they do.Read More
04 Nov / 20
In modern times, the growing cross-border mobility of people all over the world brings into focus even more various legal issues, including regarding citizenship of and the right of residence in a country. This note is intended to give some guidance to Malaysians who have settled or are planning to settle in other countries. There are law firms, migration agencies, and citizenship and residence planning agencies which provide assistance and advice to such people on various aspects of the subject.Read More