Dato Fion Wong Sook Ling
CLP, LL.B (Hons) University of London
Dato' Fion Wong is a Partner of Shang & Co. and holds a LL.B. (Hons) Degree from the University of London and a Certificate in Legal Practice (C.L.P.) from the Legal Profession Qualifying Board of Malaysia. She was the only female litigator featured in ALB Women in Law (June 2016), who is making a mark in the industry and setting inspiring examples for others to follow.
Throughout her years of practice, she has earned extensive experience and had authored, together with Dato Chris Chin "Handbook on Family Law Practice in Malaysia" published by Sweet & Maxwell.
She is also the co-author of ICLG Family Law for Malaysia Chapter published by Global Legal Group in London, UK. She is very often sought for advise in Industrial Relations for her in-depth knowledge in Labour Law.
As one of a prominent lawyer in the field she practices, she has been featured in the media, including mainstream medias providing her foresight advice in dealing with divorce, financial planning and other matters.
Dato Fion is ready to act as your trusted source of legal advice, professional representation and strategic planning.
Dato Chris Chin Shang Yoon
LL.M (University Malaya), Fin Tech (Harvard Business School) CLP, LL.B (Hons) University of London
Dato' Chris Chin founded Shang & Co. in the year of 2011 and holds a LL.B. (Hons) Degree from the University of London and a Certificate in Legal Practice (C.L.P.) from the Legal Profession Qualifying Board of Malaysia Diploma in Business Marketing and has completed a Master of Laws (LLM) from the University of Malaya. Chris was actively involved in litigation and offering vast opinions and advice to corporate clients.
Chris is also the appointed legal advisor for Persatuan Pemborong Barangan Logam Malaysia.
Chris is currently involved in creating the forefront of the real estate industry in Malaysia and is planning to expand the presence to Asia in the upcoming years.
Regene Ng Ai Geik
CLP, LL.B (Hons) University of the West of England, Bristol
Partner (Mont Kiara)
Regene Ng is a Partner of Shang & Co. and holds LL.B (Hons) Degree from the University of the West of England, Bristol and a Certificate in Legal Practice (C.L.P.) from the Legal Profession Qualifying Board of Malaysia.
She specialised in conveyancing related matters, including new property development, sale, and purchase of new and existing properties and tenancy documentation. She also advised in the banking and finance area including perfection of loan documentation and drawdown of facilities for purchase and refinance of properties.
During her years of practice, she has also been involved in advising clients on various legal topics such as trust, will-writing, probate and administration of estates and family law matters.
Shayne Thum Weng Shen
CLP, LL.B (Hons) University of Leeds
Partner (Mont Kiara)
Shayne Thum is a Partner of Shang & Co. and holds LL.B (Hons) Degree from University of Leeds and a Certificate in Legal Practice (C.L.P.) from the Legal Profession Qualifying
Board of Malaysia.
He focuses his practice on civil and commercial litigation. He is experienced in handling cases including corporate and commercial disputes, contractual disputes, debt recovery,
construction, and employment-related matter. He also advises clients on succession and family law related matters.
Apart from matters concerning litigation, throughout his years of practice, he was also involved in advising China’s client and has been liaising with the China Embassy on legal matters.
LL.B (Hons) University Kebangsaan Malaysia
Sutha is a Senior Associate at Shang & Co. She pursued law at National University of Malaya and graduated with a bachelor of laws (hons) in 2008 and was admitted as an Advocate & Solicitor of the High Court of Malaya in 2009. She has over 10 years working experience as legal practitioner.
Her current portfolio focuses on civil litigation, probate law, family matters, and employment law. She has experience in all levels of courts in Malaysia, including the Industrial Court, High Court, Court of Appeal and Federal Court.
She is a passionate legal practitioner and firmly believes in the importance of understanding the underlying emotions and history in every dispute that comes her way. Her Compassion to assist her clients in seeking justice has always been her main priority.
Middle Temple, University of Reading
Piya Balakrishnan graduated with a law degree from University of Reading, United Kingdom in 2015. She was subsequently called to the English Bar as a barrister-at-law in 2016 and subsequently admitted to the Malaysian Bar in 2018.
She began her legal practice at Shang & Co as an associate in which she had found her passion and interest in family communication and dynamics as well as child development.
As a litigator at Messrs Shang & Co, Piya has involved in conducting, mediating and handling family and child related matters. She has handled a wide range of matrimonial and divorce cases including but not limited to child custody disputes, alimony claims, property division as well as cross-country and extraterritorial child recovery and child adoption matters. Piya had also assisted Dato Fion Wong and Dato Chris Chin in the research work for the publication of the book ‘Handbook on Family Law Practice in Malaysia: Commentary, Procedures and Forms’.
Piya is compassionate and empathetic towards her clients who are in the midst of the most challenging and emotional fights of their life. She is sensitive to their needs and assists them to navigate through the process and reach the best outcomes.
Wilfred Loke Chun Yeap
CLP, LL.B (Hons) University of London
Wilfred Loke is an associate in dispute resolution and litigation practice.
Advocate and Solicitor, High Court of Malaya (2019)
Certificate in Legal Practice (2018)
LL.B in Law, University of London (2017)
After the completion of his pupillage at Shang & Co, Wilfred has been retained as a Legal Associate in the dispute resolution & litigation practice team. He is involved in a broad range of litigation disputes including contractual and commercial disputes, debt recovery, interlocutory application and enforcement of the judgment.