LEONG XIN WEN

LL.B (HONS) UNIVERSITY OF MALAYA
ADVOCATE AND SOLICITOR OF THE HIGH COURT OF MALAYA

Xin Wen was admitted to the Malaysian Bar as an Advocate & Solicitor of the High Court of Malaya in May 2019.

Xin Wen is with the firm’s Dispute Resolution department. Her main areas of practice are civil disputes, corporate and commercial disputes, corporate restructuring and insolvency matters. She advises and acts for insolvency professionals, companies and corporate creditors.

Xin Wen also handles general litigation in the areas relating to, amongst others, contractual disputes, debt recovery, as well as land and tenancy disputes.

Before joining the firm, Xin Wen was exposed to criminal defence work ranging from murder and culpable homicide offences, drug trafficking offences, to immigration and human trafficking offences.  Other than that, she had experience in civil litigation involving tortious claims, family and matrimonial disputes, defamation suits, probate and administration of estates, judicial review proceedings and enforcement proceedings.

REPORTED CASES
Reported cases where Xin Wen has appeared as counsel or co-counsel are as follows:

  • Pelaburan Mara Bhd v Tan Chin Hoong [2023] MLJU 559, High Court
  • Suriwong International Sdn Bhd v Menteri Kewangan, Malaysia & Ors [2023] MLJU 111, High Court 
  • Lim Lip Eng v Ong Ka Chuan (as a public officer of a society registered as Malaysian Chinese Association) [2022] 4 MLJ 454, Federal Court
  • Tan Sri Dato’ Lim Cheng Pow v Bellajade Sdn Bhd and another appeal [2022] 1 MLJ 732, Federal Court
  • Imran bin Zakaria v Public Prosecutor [2022] 2 MLJ 494, Court of Appeal
  • Lee Wai Ping v Public Prosecutor [2022] MLJU 267, Court of Appeal
  • Chan Eng Leong & Anor v Albany bin Hamzah, DSP & Ors [2022] MLJU 1649, High Court
  • Chong Swee Kek lwn Chong Swee Luen (berniaga di bawah perkongsian-perkongsian yang dikenali sebagai Mee-Ca-Mee Shopping Centre dan Mee Ca Mee Silk Store) dan lain-lain [2022] MLJU 3489, High Court
  • Mohd Arif bin Ab Rahman & Anor v Public Prosecutor [2021] MLJU 659, High Court
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