& Dispute Resolution
Land and Construction Disputes
Jun Hong acted as a counsel in a judicial review application for Strata Title Owners against the State Authority’s decision to compulsorily acquire a piece of land under Section 3 Land Acquisition Act 1960 for MRT Project at High Court and acted as co-counsel at the Court of Appeal. He also left a benchmark as the counsel in various actions involving payment claim under the Construction Industry Payment and Adjudication Act 2012.
Banking and Insolvency Disputes
Jun Hong’s efforts were appreciated in the recovery of debts for several banking institutions, of contra losses including initiating bankruptcy proceedings, winding-up proceedings, and foreclosure proceedings. He had also advised on matters concerning fraudulent transfer in the liquidation process and provided an ad hoc legal opinion to liquidators and banking institutions.
Contractual and Tortious Disputes
Jun Hong’s unshakeable steadfastness not only defended an action against an individual under the Friendly Loan Agreement but also safeguarded an appeal filed against a construction company on unlawful termination of a contract. He had also rendered legal assistance in matters related to civil fraud, breach of fiduciary duties, the tort of conspiracy and his legal support to a China railway company arising from contractual dispute for over RM 3 million and attempts to the reclamation of debt against an international logistic company.
Besides, he also acted as a co-counsel in defamation actions; once brought by the Chairman of the Chinese education association, and the second by a letter sent to the Royal Members of Malaysia. He gave in sincere efforts, defending suits involving negligence, libel and malicious falsehood against a multinational survey company. Jun Hong was particularly successful in assisting libel suits filed against local daily newspapers, once by a national former hockey player and second by a partner of a prominent legal firm in Malaysia.
Jun Hong is also experienced in shareholders’ & directors’ disputes under Section 167 Companies Act 1965 as well as under Section 181 Companies Act 1965(Now, Section 346 of the Companies Act 2016) having assisted in large corporate litigation involving various shareholders’ disputes, amongst others Rectification of Registers and Tort of Conspiracy in Sibu and British Virgins Island.
Frederick was also a litigator at Messrs. Azim, Tunku Farik & Wong, where he specialised in the field of Insurance and Takaful (Islamic Insurance), Reinsurance and Re-Takaful litigation, General Insurance and Commercial Insurance Law. He has vast experience in handling litigation concerning fire insurance, marine insurance, motor insurance, personal accident insurance, and professional indemnity. He showed up regularly in courts and tribunals as counsel, successfully defending insurance companies on various disputed claims. He dispatched legal advice to the executives while drafting and reviewing legal documents and insurance papers for the clients.
- Competition Law
- Constitutional, Public & Administrative Law
- Construction & Engineering
- Corporate & Commercial Disputes
- Family Law
- Hire Purchase & Leasing
- Land Acquisition
- Medical Negligence
- Media & Entertainment Law
- Product Liability
- Professional Negligence
- Real Estate
- Restructuring & Insolvency
- Trade Remedies
- Trusts, Wills, Estates & Charities
- White Collar Crime