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"Lee Hishammuddin Allen & Gledhill's client base is impressively wide ranging and features some enviable names. The firm continues to make waves in the market, having this year being involved in some of the country's leading transactions."
~ The Asia-Pacific Legal 500 2008-09


Our clients are our priority. When we represent them, we make sure their concerns are heard and goals are met. We pride ourselves on delivering effective solutions. We have the resources, commitment and certainly the capability to provide our clients with proper attention pertaining to legal issues and rights.



News & Alerts




Malaysian Airline System’s Q2 loss swells to RM307 million

‘AJ’ expected to get extension to ensure proper handover; Celcom Axiata CEO likely to join board

MH370 may have turned south earlier than previously believed


Maybank’s Q2 revenue improves, but may miss ROE target this year

M&A route only if it enhances shareholder value, and not merely to maintain position

RHBCap discussing sale of IB division if planned merger with CIMB and MBSB proceeds

Capital markets

Shares in Malaysia Airlines suspended


Genting’s Q2 profit down on lower earnings from leisure and hospitality business

IHH Healthcare posts Q2 profit of RM209 million


Malaysia Airline System fails in attempt to quash ruling awarding RM97k to ex-inflight supervisor


Pelaburan Mara continues to invest in listed companies

Islamic finance

Securities Commission Malaysia announces long-awaited guidelines for socially responsible Sukuk

Guidelines on Sukuk

BIMB Holdings’ Q2 profit up 86%


Ketum abusers will be charged under Dangerous Drugs Act 1952 instead of Poisons Act 1952

Oil and gas

Petronas and Argentina’s YPF sign US$550 million accord

Sumatec Resources might not achieve net profit of RM69 million

Real estate

REIT investor has various sectors to choose from

Axis REIT could surpass RM2 billion mark with acquisition of five new properties

Mah Sing acquires 88.7-acre tract in Puchong

Taman Wahyu attracting high-rise residential development projects


RM100 million suit against Land Public Transport Commission chairman withdrawn


Uber can continue operations, provided vehicles and drivers appropriately licensed

SPAD should be telling taxi companies to bring themselves up to compete on a similar basis 


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