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SUITE 33.01, LEVEL 33, THE GARDENS NORTH TOWER, MID VALLEY CITY, LINGKARAN SYED PUTRA, 59200 KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA
Tel:
Work +60 3 2299 3888
Fax:
Fax +60 3 2287 1278
Email:
Web:
www.rahmatlim.com
Rahmat Lim & Partners, Yap Yeow Han, Kuala Lumpur, MALAYSIA

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Yap Yeow Han

Tel:
Work +603 2299 3933
Email:
Web:
www.rahmatlim.com
Rahmat Lim & Partners

Work Department

Construction & Engineering, International Arbitration, Litigation

Position

Yeow Han is a Partner in the Firm's Projects & International Arbitration Department.

Career

Yeow Han’s practice focuses on commercial litigation and arbitration.

His diverse range of practice in commercial litigation has seen him representing clients such as financial institutions, property developers, contractors, power producers, high net worth individuals, and airline and shipping companies, on a multitude of disputes and legal issues. Yeow Han regularly appears in the Malaysian courts for interlocutory matters, trials and appeals.

On the arbitration front, he acts in arbitral proceedings relating to construction and general commercial disputes under the auspices of arbitral institutions such as the Kuala Lumpur Regional Centre for Arbitration (KLRCA) and the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC). Yeow Han also acts in arbitration-related litigation, including applying to court for interim measures, and setting aside and enforcing arbitral awards.

Yeow Han also undertakes corporate and non-contentious advisory work for his clients, which complements his arbitration and litigation-based work.

Prior to joining Rahmat Lim & Partners in 2013, Yeow Han was a partner in the associate Malaysian firm of a large Singapore law firm.

Languages

English and Bahasa Malaysia.

Education

Yeow Han graduated from the University of Malaya with an LLB (Hons) in 2001 and was called to the Malaysian Bar in 2002.


Malaysia

Dispute resolution

Within: Dispute resolution

Especially strong in litigating for financial institutions and multinational companies, the team at Rahmat Lim & Partners is led by Jack Yow and international arbitrator and construction expert Chong Yee Leong. They are supported by energy and engineering specialists Allen Choong and Kamilah Kasim; Chong Boon Leong, who is almost exclusively dedicated to international arbitration; and corporate and commercial disputes partners Daphne Khoo and Yap Yeow Han. Standard Chartered Bank Malaysia, Kontron Asia Pacific Design and Network Corporate Finance count among the team's clients.

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