Civil Litigation Lawyer, Dispute Resolution Lawyer in Penang, Malaysia
Get Help In Corporate & Commercial Court Proceedings, Lawsuits
Litigation Lawyer generally deals with dispute resolution when a dispute arise between both parties. Normally, the role involve preparation of court documents, analysis of claims, negotiating and representation at trial when necessary.
A corporate litigation lawyer is one who represents businesses or corporations when they are involved in lawsuits. In his or her role as the corporate litigation lawyer, he/she must understand a variety areas of the law and be especially adept at negotiations and trial work.
Ms Patricia Chung from Chung Chambers has a great experience in the intellectual properties matters and corporate litigation. Prior to setting up the firm, she is an in-house corporate attorney in a Singaporean-based Corporate Company for 2 years. At that role, she report direct to the CEO and also provide legal advice to the Board of Directors.
With her past experience in dealing with local and overseas multinational companies, she then represented many of her corporate clients for local and international IP cases such as Patents, Trademarks, Industrial Design, Copyright, Licensing, Branding, Ownership Assignments, IP Strategy and IP Management, may it be litigious or uncontested.
At Chung Chambers, our clients can be rest assured that our dispute resolution advice will be at their company best interest, may it be going for an arbitration or litigation. We adopts the most effective and commercially viable option for all our clients.
With a great understanding of the nature of litigation in Malaysia and Oversea Jurisdictions, the firm assists clients in deriving an effective strategies and alternative resolution to speed up the process and maximum recoveries.
In view of our in-depth knowledge and experiences in the intellectual properties matters, we are involved in numerous cases in the enforcement of copyright, trademark, patent, industrial design, both pursuing and defending. On a case to case basis, we will advise our clients to opt for an arbitration process and of course we would explained in great details the pros and cons for each approach.