TMT Malaysia Legal Services

Technology and Telecommunications

Providing advice on transactional matters and staying up to date with the latest technology and telecommunication (TMT)  trends in Malaysia.

Embrace the Future with TMT Legal Services

At the forefront of innovation

In today’s fast-moving environment, Sabrina Hashim & Co has expert knowledge and understands the scope of technology, media and telecommunications (TMT) in Malaysia very well. We tailor our TMT legal services to enhance and streamline the business and individual operations of those in Malaysia’s TMT industries.

Trusted TMT lawyers in Malaysia

About Sabrina Hashim & Co

Sabrina Hashim & Co is a registered law firm in Malaysia  in Kuala Lumpur and Selangor, Malaysia, specialising in three practice areas. Catering to your specific needs, we deliver effective legal solutions to ensure the smooth functioning of your business, ease your workload and elevate your business growth.

TMT Malaysia

What is TMT?

Mitigating risks and maximising opportunities

TMT stands for technology, media and telecommunications. Since the turn of the century, communications have become increasingly complex, and technical advancements in this sector show no indication of slowing down.

TMT deals with the broad subject of legal considerations pertaining to all types of communications across various platforms. This includes print publications, mobile devices, the internet, and more in Malaysia.

TMT Lawyers

The Imperativeness of TMT Lawyers

Ensuring the latest legal advice

Technology never stops evolving, resulting in the need for innovative legal advice. Working with a TMT lawyer ensures that all your significant documents are valid, court-admissible and devoid of flaws. Employing a recognised TMT lawyer also enables businesses to improve their capabilities, strategies and overall business operations.

Legal Matters Included in TMT

  • Drafting, reviewing, and negotiating various IT agreements
  • Fintech
  • Mergers and acquisition
  • Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Internet of Things (IoT)
  • Digital content and entertainment
  • Cyber and IT security
  • Consumer protection, online marketing, and e-Commerce
  • Technology transactions
  • Digital signatures and encryption

Our Expertise In TMT Malaysia Legal Services

Spanning the full spectrum of TMT

Our lawyers stay on top of changes and are constantly on the lookout for possible (often unforeseeable) concerns with technological platforms.

We concentrate on creating value for our clients by performing the services below:

  • Solving e-commerce problems, ensuring data protection and privacy and fraud prevention
  • Reviewing, advising and negotiating agreements, contractual work and licensing
  • Involve in various business process outsourcing
  • Advising in various areas and being well-versed in business laws and regulations in Malaysia

Consult a TMT Malaysia expert

Talk to us and we will provide you with the right solutions for your legal challenges or needs.

TMT Malaysia - FAQ

TMT is one of the most dynamic and proactive arenas in Malaysia. TMT lawyers combine industry knowledge and legal expertise to create legal solutions that solve novel problems. For instance, Sabrina Hashim & Co provides dedicated lawyers servicing TMT legal services in Malaysia so clients can have appropriate agreements and utmost data protection.
TMT lawyers must have in-depth knowledge of the TMT sector in general. A TMT lawyer in Malaysia is expected to be meticulous and has great communication and negotiation skills.

Adaptability and future thinking are pertinent, as TMT lawyers need to keep up with the world’s ever-evolving technology state and provide solutions to unprecedented issues. Creativity is also a significant attribute to possess, as TMT lawyers must think outside the box.
TMT law deals with the movement of communications across various platforms, whether it is television, radio, print, the internet or mobile devices.

As TMT law evolves quickly, TMT lawyers need to keep abreast of changes with the internet, data protection and privacy laws, e-commerce issues and fraud prevention in order to keep up with new developments.

Yes, it is. The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the adoption of digital technologies (such as cloud-based technology, video technology, telecommunications, and e-commerce services) in multiple industries, including:

  • Healthcare and Pharmaceuticals
  • Financial Services
  • Insurance Services
  • Professional Services
  • Retail