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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





Patience a virtue in search for MH370

Difficult to determine extent of Malaysia Airlines’ liability


Tenaga Nasional should see 4% y-o-y growth in Q2 profit

GuocoLand Malaysia records net profit of RM15.7 million for Q3


DuSable Capital Management, 1MDB working together on country’s largest 50MW solar farm

Family law

Divorce case of former Miss Malaysia sent back to High Court to decide issue of domicile


SP Setia-Sime Darby consortium seeking £2 billion from banks to renovate Battersea power station

Financial services

Malaysia Building Society hopes to become full-fledged bank by 2016

Zurich Asia sells 40% stake in MCIS Zurich for RM304 million


1MDB relied on sharp revaluation of property assets to drive profit growth

Conflicting statements about treatment of its land

Iskandar Malaysia shifting away from activities dependent on cheap labour


Corporate liability included in amended Malaysian Ant-Corruption Commission Act 2009

Real estate

Asset manager BlackRock seeks buyers for two office towers, mall in KL’s Intermark

I-REITs may underperform stocks this year


Takaful Malaysia announces record-breaking dividend payout


One Visa’s RM222 million lawsuit against Telekom Malaysia dismissed


British America Tobacco sees premium brand segment gaining market share

Companies still trying to get government’s stand on tobacco control issue


US president’s visit unlikely to see conclusion to Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement talks

Cost-benefit analysis on TPPA still incomplete

Water services

Selangor government's decision on water rationing next Friday

Time to start master plan for managing our water resources

Investors may pull out if water crisis prolonged with no end in sight


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