Mr Mark Lau > Sreenevasan Young > Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia > Lawyer Profile

Sreenevasan Young
J-3A-13, SOLARIS MONT KIARA
NO 2 JALAN SOLARIS
50480 KUALA LUMPUR
Malaysia
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Work Department

Dispute Resolution

Position

Mark is a partner, and co-founder of the firm. Civil and commercial litigation are currently his main practice areas. His experience includes insurance disputes and defending some of the leading banks in Malaysia, as well as commercial and insurance fraud matters and probate litigation.

Career

Mark began his career at one of the leading law firms in Kuala Lumpur after being called to the Malaysian Bar in 1998. In 2002, Mark joined a litigation boutique practice, where he was admitted as a partner in 2004. In 2009, Mark together with Gopal Sreenevasan and Conrad Young established Sreenevasan Young. Mark’s career is focused solely in litigation, including providing strategic advice to his clients, which allows them to manage and minimize both business and legal risks. Mark has appeared as counsel in all tiers of the Malaysian Courts, and his cases can be found in the journals. Mark is a contributor to Halsbury’s Laws of Malaysia: Civil Procedure, 2007 Reissue’ and Halsbury’s Laws of Malaysia: Agency, 2010 Reissue’. He has also contributed to Atkin’s Court Forms-Appeals (Issue 59): November 2009’ – the Malaysian edition. He is also a regular speaker at events organized by the State Bar Committee and private organisations. Mark has also written papers on insurance fraud and company law matters.

Languages

English, Bahasa Malaysia

Memberships

Member of the Malaysian Bar

Education

Mark graduated from the Univerisity of London in 1997

Leisure

An ardent sports enthusiast with a passion for football

Lawyer Rankings

Malaysia > Dispute resolution

Litigation specialist firm Sreenevasan Young handles commercial, civil and corporate disputes.  Gopal Sreenevasan and Phaik Leng Leong are frequently instructed in corporate and shareholder disputes, while Conrad Young and Ravindran Shanmuganathan boast broad contentious corporate and commercial experience. Mark Lau is another names to note, particularly for representation of bank and insurance sector clients.