As senior partner in the firm, Chris Kooi has gained a growing reputation as an one of Malaysia’s upcoming criminal and civil lawyers to watch.
His fields of practice include all facets of criminal defence litigation as well as contract, torts and employment disputes. The various fields that he practices in allows him the ability to analyse issues from multiple points of view that a lawyer specialising in a single field might not be able to do.
Known for being a self-motivated, thorough and a responsible advocate and solicitor, Chris is credited by clients as being adept at identifying critical issues, developing effective strategies and providing innovative solutions that expeditiously resolve problems. No stranger to the courtroom, Chris Kooi continues to successfully represent clients in both criminal and civil litigation matters at the Subordinate, High and Appellate Courts.
Loges is presently specializing in insurance litigation and his practice involves the representation of plaintiffs in personal injury litigation.
Loges possesses and enviable track record of having successfully resolved many claims relating to serious personal injuries arising from motor vehicle accidents, medical malpractice claims, long-term disability benefit denials as well as other negligence-based claims.
A highly approachable person who communicates well, both orally and in writing, makes Loges the prefect choice if you’re looking for a skilled lawyer to help provide you with an navigable road-map of what to expect during the trying times leading to a positive outcome of your claim.
Completed her law degree at University of Tasmania in 2007 and obtained her Certificate in Legal Practice (CLP) in 2008. She was admitted as an advocate and solicitor of High Court of Malaya in August 2009.
She is tri-lingual and focuses her practice predominantly on civil litigation, which covers both contentious and non-contentious aspects. Besides helping clients resolve their disputes through conventional litigation channels, she offers advice on mediation and negotiation. In clinging principle to meet clients’ need and to preserve their best interest with minimal business impact.
The breath of her litigation experience allows her to advise clients critically, practically and efficiently on corporate, commercial and conveyancing matters. She also regularly acts for and advises listed companies and institutional companies.
She has been elected as the Chairperson for Sub-committees of Johor Bar for 2015/2016 and 2016/2017.
Apart from her legal practice, she has found an immensely enriching experience in lecturing law in the educational institution.
To be update later