Our Expertise & Past Work

We offer:

    Efficient, cost-effective handling of complex
        business and civil litigation
    Personal attention and profesionalism in
        undertaking legal representation for all our
    Broad-based experience and advocacy
    Discretion and confidentiality in contract
        negotiation, corporate and litigation strategic

The following is a representative sample of matters
which Robyn Choi has undertaken:

    Representation of corporations and officers in
        Companies Act 1965 section 181 (now
        Companies Act 2016 section 346) shareholders'
        actions - for oppression and breach of shareholders'
        agreements, restraining disposal of shares,
        obtaining access to documents and information
        and restraining voting and participation
        in EGMs and board meetings, etc.
    Advisory on corporate schemes of arrangement -
        mergers and reconstructions and Section 176 of
        the Malaysian Companies Act 1965 (now
        Companies Act 2016 section 366) court
        applications - restraining orders, meetings and
        sanctions, capital reductions and vesting orders
    Construction contracts - claims on performance
        bonds, late deliveries, termination of contractors,
        advisory on JV agreements on town development,
        advisory on laws and regulations affecting
        developers, issuance of stratatitles, formation
        of JMB and MC, claims for defects and negligence
    Trial and appeals on defamation actions
    Debt recovery and defence work in areas of
        banking, hire-purchase and leasing, foreclosure
    Challenges to governmental action re: town
         planning and development projects
    Labour management and employment cases
    Protection of Intellectual Property and
         proprietary information confidentiality as well as
         defence work against claims and prosecution for
         infringement of the same
    Advisory on company and securities law
         regulatory offences

To contact us, please email counsel[at]robynchoi.com.

About Robyn Choi

   Robyn Choi was called to the Malaysian Bar in 1993
   and started practice in Malaysia in 1994 after
   graduating with degrees in Economics (majoring
   in Accounting) and Law from Monash University

   In her 29 years of practice, Robyn has appeared as
   Counsel as well as Co-counsel with many renowned
   Senior Counsel both in superior courts as well as in
   international arbitrations.

   She has successfully tried cases and appeals in
   landmark cases relating to shareholders' disputes,
   directors' duties, boardroom tussles, receiverships,
   construction disputes, defamation, debt
   recovery and regulatory offences.

   As a solicitor, Robyn has been engaged to advise on
   corporate strategies and structures for schemes of
   arrangement covering capital reconstruction,
   amalgamation of companies and debt restructuring.
   She has also worked with, and led teams comprising
   financiers and investment brokers, accountants,
   legal counsel and receivers for corporate projects.

   Apart from working with clients and in court rooms,
   Robyn has been serving the Malaysian Bar Council as
   a panel member of the investigative tribunal of the
   Advocates & Solicitors Disciplinary Board for
   several years. She also participates and delivers
   papers for conferences in areas of corporate and debt
   restructuring, shareholders' disputes and insolvency.

   In the past 17 years, Robyn has advised clients and
   litigated on intellectual property and information
   technology cases.

   Outside practice, Robyn spends a portion of her time
   on human rights issues and is a member of the
   National Human Rights Society, HAKAM. She was
   HAKAM Secretary General from 2010 to June 2018,
   Treasurer from 2000 to 2004 and Auditor from
   2005 to 2008. She has been a member of the Bar
   Council Human Rights Committee and Information
   Technology Committee.

   Robyn has a passion for the outdoors, reading and
   travelling - when not running in the parks of Kuala
   Lumpur, she can be found meandering between
   shelves in book stores.

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