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“We worked with Cyndi Chow. She will always fight the cases and has our best interests” - Client testimonial in Legal 500 – 2022.

Cyndi Chow is a highly respected and experienced lawyer, be it in or out of the courtroom.

She is the stylish co-founding partner of Josephine, L K Chow & Co. and heads the dispute resolution practice of the firm. Since her call to the Malaysian Bar in 1999, Cyndi has become a trusted advisor and advocate for her clients. Her accolades include being recognised as a recommended lawyer for Dispute Resolution by The Legal 500 Asia Pacific and a top 50 Malaysian Intellectual Property Expert by Asia IP Law - https://www.asiaiplaw.com/ip-expert/malaysia/cyndi-chow

As a versatile, flexible and experienced litigator, she is frequently sought after for her expertise in Family Law and contentious cases involving Wills, Probate and Administration of Estates. She is also an integral part of the Intellectual Property department as her ability extends to litigating Intellectual Property cases for the firm.

As a proven general civil litigator, Cyndi is able to take on a myriad of cases that extend to corporate, commercial, contract, landlord and tenant disputes to defamation and other tortious matters. She also regularly advises Joint Management Bodies and Management Corporations on their Management of Strata Titled Properties and has taken on complex cases arising from disputes between owners, management or developers where she draws useful insights from her previous capacity as the Chairperson of a Management Corporation.

Cyndi has conducted many trials in these varied practice areas with successful outcomes for the firm’s clients over her many years of experience as a litigation lawyer.

A spirited litigator at heart, she displays determination and tenacity where she is known to be a formidable and no-nonsense counsel who enjoys tough courtroom battles. And as a demonstration of her commitment to sharing her vast experiences and contribution to the ongoing improvement of the standards of advocacy amongst young lawyers today, she is currently a Civil Advocacy Trainer for the Malaysian Bar.

Outside the courtroom and the office, Cyndi is an avid traveller who finds globetrotting to be a major stress reliever and as an avenue for the much needed time off to pause, think and learn about what other enriching experiences life has to offer. Cyndi also enjoys the outdoors, photography, watching documentaries, exploring world culinary delights and cooking, when time permits.