Our specialists

A law firm is nothing but books, furniture and a fancy name plaque if not for its lawyers. These are the people who drive the firm, realise its ideals and fight for your cause, without fear or favour.

Founding partners

SASHIRAJ UTHRAPATHY, LLB Hons., CLP

Called to the Malaysian Bar in 2005. Practice spans a wide variety of laws and subject matters, from corporate to debt recovery, goods sold and delivered, general, contested probate, property, trust and cross-border. Whilst having vast experience and familiarity within appellate and apex court of Malaysia, also advises on cross-border

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ONG YU JIAN, LLB Hons., Barrister-at-Law (Gray’s Inn)

Called to the English Bar in 2005 and the Malaysian Bar in 2006. Specialises in corporate and commercial litigation, intellectual property, contested probate and administration, real property & land matters, insolvency & restructuring, debt recovery, construction, cryptocurrency and entertainment law. Has won landmark cases which have become legal precedents in

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YUDISTRA DARMA DORAI, LLB Hons., CLP

Called to the Malaysian Bar in 2006. Known for his practical approach to litigation, he is big on realistic, solution oriented strategies. Primary focus is corporate disputes and complex litigation. And, he is experienced in tort cases and child rights. Yudistra is no stranger to politically-exposed litigation. He advises high

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Partners

DAMIAN KIETHAN, LLB Hons., CLP

Called to the Malaysian Bar in 2012. Joined the firm as a partner in 2018. Main area of practice revolves around corporate litigation, industrial relations & employment law matters, debt recovery and landlord and tenant matters. Has a broad clientele, having represented both local and international clients in commercial litigation

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PATRICK LIM TOW CHAI, LLB Hons., CLP, Dip. Information Tech.

Called to the Malaysian Bar in 2006. Joined the firm as a partner in 2020. Has prior working experience in construction and banking industry. In addition to legal qualifications, has a Diploma in Information Technology. Specialises in commercial contracts, start-up advisory, legal strategy and audit, information technology, and intellectual property

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JOSHUA HO FUNG LYM, LLB Hons., CLP

Called to the Malaysian Bar in 2018 and joined the firm as an associate in 2019. Was made a partner in 2023. Area of practice revolves around civil dispute resolution especially in corporate and commercial litigation. Also attends to contentious probate, intellectual property litigation and trust disputes. Regularly invited as

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Associates

AW KAI XIANG, LLB Hons., CLP

Graduated from the University of Leeds in 2016 and obtained his CLP in 2017. Began pupillage at Ariff Rozhan & Co. in March 2019. Joined the firm as an associate in 2021. Is experienced in a variety of disputes including civil, contractual, corporate, and construction litigation. Also experienced in alternative

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MELODY THAM CHENG YEE, LLB Hons., CLP

Graduated from the University of London with a Second Class Upper Honours Degree in 2019 and obtained her CLP in 2021. Joined the firm as a pupil. Called to the Malaysian Bar in 2022, and was retained as an associate with the firm. Areas of practice revolve around civil dispute

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NURUL HANANI AZAMUDDIN, LLB Hons.

Graduated from International Islamic University Malaysia in 2021. Joined the firm as a pupil. Called to the Malaysian Bar in 2022, and was retained as an associate with the firm. Areas of practice include contractual disputes, corporate and commercial litigation, tortious matters, contentious probate matters and intellectual property. Also handles

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DANIEL ANNAMALAI A/L N. SUBRAMANIAM, LLB Hons.

Graduated from Multimedia University in 2016. Called to the Malaysian Bar in 2017. Joined the firm as an associate in 2023. Area of practice encompasses criminal defense, particularly commercial crimes such as corruption, insider trading, publishing of false information, cheating, illegal deposit taking and criminal breach of trust. Given the

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