17 July 2020 - Global Arbitration Review (GAR) recently wrote about the launch of Lim Chee Wee Partnership and the firm's focus on international arbitration and commercial litigation. The full article is here.
Some quotes from the article:
Will Sen tells GAR the trio decided to open their new practice – also known as LCWP – as the “flexible structure of a boutique disputes firm” enables them to provide a more personalised service to clients.
Jern-Fei Ng QC of Essex Court Chambers says that LCWP “is an exciting new venture that is helmed by three leaders of the Malaysian Bar.”
“Lim Chee Wee is counsel of choice in many bet-the-company cases, whose smooth but confident style of advocacy can calm the most troubled waters.” Managing partner Lee Shih is “one of the fastest-rising stars” for commercial disputes with “an innate ability to come up with out-of-the-box solutions to complex problems,” while Will Sen is “a meticulous and pragmatic lawyer.”
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