Jing Wen is developing a practice covering all areas of the firm’s work, including in Commercial and Corporate Litigation, Construction & Infrastructure Dispute, Commercial Arbitration as well as in Public & Administrative Law.

Jing Wen read law at the University of West England before completing the Certificate of Legal Practice. She was called to the Malaysian Bar in 2023. Jing Wen is presently involved in several other commercial disputes, where she is led by Rishwant Singh and Aniz Ahmad Amirudin.

  • Commercial Arbitration
  • Construction and Infrastructure Disputes
  • Corporate and Commercial Litigation
  • Land & Property Law
  • Public & Administrative Law
  • Tegas Sejati Sdn Bhd v Pentadbir Tanah Daerah Hulu Langat & Ors [2024] 4 CLJ 1 – This dispute centers on the compensation awarded to Tegas Sejati Sdn Bhd following a land reference proceeding under the Land Acquisition Act 1960, where the Land Administrator granted RM67 million plus interest. The High Court reduced the compensation awarded to RM37 million, which decision was upheld by the Court of Appeal. The Federal Court overturned the Court of Appeal’s decision and ordered the rehearing of the Land Reference Proceedings before a new judge. The Federal Court held that the assessors’ reports must be disclosed to the High Court and the parties involved, forming part of the formal record, which was not the case in this instant dispute (led by Tan Sri Dato’ Cecil Abraham and Dato’ Sunil Abraham).
  • ISM Sdn Bhd v Queensway Nominees (Asing) Sdn Bhd & Others – This is an appeal before the Court of Appeal involving a series of complex corporate transactions involving the holding of shares in multiple companies wherein allegations of oppression, breach of a shareholders’ agreement and the law relating to just and equitable treatment of a shareholder are being ventilated (led by Tan Sri Dato’ Cecil Abraham and Dato’ Sunil Abraham).
  • Chiam Tiam Jun & Ors v Pentadbir Tanah Daerah Raub & Ors – This a public administrative law dispute relating to over a hundred durian farmers, cocoa farmers, rubber tappers, and orchard business owners, who are illegally occupying and cultivating land on State Land and within a Forest Reserve in the State of Pahang since 1964. The applicants have filed two judicial review proceedings against various government entities and Royal Pahang Durian Resources PKPP Sdn Bhd, who the firm acts for. The applicants seek to quash eviction notices, contest the awarding of a land lease to Royal Pahang Durian Resources PKPP Sdn Bhd, and compel the State Authority of Pahang to grant the applicants a lease to cultivate State Land (led by Tan Sri Dato’ Cecil Abraham and Dato’ Sunil Abraham).
  • LL.B. Hons, University of West England
  • Certificate of Legal Practice
  • Advocate & Solicitor of the High Court of Malaya