Kwan Will Sen > Lim Chee Wee Partnership > Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia > Lawyer Profile

Lim Chee Wee Partnership
12-1 Lorong Dungun
Damansara Heights

Work Department

Dispute Resolution




Will Sen is one of the three founding partners of Lim Chee Wee Partnership. He is a litigator of more than 10 years standing, with more than 25 cases reported in law journals, covering various areas of law.

His practice focuses on commercial litigation and arbitration, fraud, asset recovery, competition law and aviation disputes.

He has been entrusted with high-value briefs, having among others, acted for a subsidiary of MISC Berhad, namely Gumusut-Kakap Semi-Floating Production System Labuan Limited, against a subsidiary of the Shell Group, in an arbitration involving a RM2.5 billion ringgit oil and gas dispute. Other high-value briefs include acting for Top Glove Corporation in a dispute of more than RM700 million and Ann Joo Steel Berhad in a land dispute with damages to be assessed of more than RM176 million.

In the area of fraud and asset recovery, Will Sen acts as lead counsel in a matter relating to fraudulent trading totalling RM40 million. He is also one of the lead partners in a fraud case involving a subsidiary of the Toyota Group, totalling RM179 million.

Will Sen has an extensive portfolio on regulatory enforcement work. This includes acting for the stock exchange, Bursa Malaysia, the Malaysian Aviation Commission (MAVCOM) and the Securities Commission Malaysia. Of particular note is the representation of the Securities Commission Malaysia in an ongoing civil action relating to the claim of around RM170 million, with regard to prohibited conduct of using manipulative and deceptive devices to allegedly defraud a public listed company.

Will Sen has a niche practice relating to occupational safety and health, environmental law, and other quasi-criminal related work as well. He defends companies and/or directors and other officers in criminal prosecutions and acting on claims for or defences against civil suits involving occupational safety and health claims.

Key Practice Areas
  • Commercial Litigation and Arbitration
  • Fraud and Asset Recovery
  • Capital Markets & Securities Law
  • Aviation Law
  • Competition Law Litigation
  • Occupational Safety & Health
  • Defamation


  • English
  • Mandarin
  • Bahasa Malaysia (Malay)


  • Honorary Legal Advisor, National Council for the Blind Malaysia
  • Member of the Legal Advisory Panel, Aviation Working Group (AWG)
  • Member of the Committee to Reform the Legal Sector, Bar Council
  • Advocacy Trainer with the Advocacy Training Committee, Bar Council


  • Advocate & Solicitor, High Court of Malaya (2010)
  • LL.B. (Hons), Malaya (2009)

Lawyer Rankings

Malaysia > Antitrust and competition

(Next Generation Partners)

Kwan Will Sen – Lim Chee Wee Partnership

Lim Chee Wee Partnership’s practice is headed by Kwan Will Sen, who is praised as a ‘chess grandmaster when it comes to competition law litigation’. The firm is regularly engaged by the Malaysia Competition Commission and frequently handles issues including anti-competitive agreements, assessment of penalties, and the abuse of dominant position. ‘Charismatic litigator’ Lim Chee Wee is a key member of the team and has wide-ranging expertise in the corporate, regulatory disputes, and commercial sectors.

Malaysia > Dispute resolution

Lim Chee Wee Partnership has demonstrable experience in international arbitration proceedings and commercial litigation and covers disputes across the full spectrum of commercial law. Frequently instructed by a range of local and international financial institutions and corporations, the department’s portfolio consists of corporate restructuring work, insolvency claims, contractual disputes, and fraud investigations. Lim Chee Wee, a specialist in the regulatory and fraud spheres, spearheads the practice alongside Lee Shih, an active player in the field of international arbitration and schemes of arrangement, and Kwan Will Sen, who is recognised for his know-how in aviation disputes and competition law.