Praveena graduated with her LLB at the age of 20 and thereafter, driven by her passion for Intellectual Property Law, obtained her LLM with the University of London with a specialisation in International Intellectual Property Law, in 2009 at the age of 23. Praveena brings to the firm her expertise on Intellectual Property Law. Aside from her academic qualifications, Praveena has a combined experience of 7 years in teaching, advising and litigating Intellectual Property Law since 2010.
In addition to her Intellectual Property Law practice, and together with Daniel, Praveena has acted for Malaysian music artists in drafting and reviewing licensing and management agreements with a local affiliate of a leading global music company. She has also prepared other commercial agreements including sale and purchase of shares. (more…)
Prasanna is our principal partner for real property transactions as well as for our services in respect of wills, trusts and probate.
Further, Prasanna is one of the firm’s recognizable faces in insurance disputes. With her experience serving as a legal executive in an insurance company and having co-authored ‘The Financial Services Act 2013 & Insurance – A Handbook’ in 2013, Prasanna brings with her the industrial first-hand experience as well as in-depth knowledge of the insurance industry to supplement the firm’s legal services in insurance disputes.
At the age of 26, she obtained an LLM degree in International Dispute Resolution, thus priming her for the global arena in insurance disputes.
Daniel began his legal training in corporate practice (merger and acquisition) and had since then migrated into a litigation career which spans across several well-respected firms in Malaysia.
His areas of practice chiefly extend to various areas of litigation practice such as commercial litigation, shareholder disputes, insurance law, insolvency law, employment disputes as well as child custody disputes. His notable experiences in litigation include acting on behalf of foreign official assignee in obtaining cross-border recognition of bankruptcy order and vesting order of properties of a bankrupt, defending a major aviation company based in Malaysia against a suit by a former employee as well as representing third-party victim to resist insurer’s applications to discharge liability to compensate and representing a bankrupt to set aside a bankruptcy order. (more…)