At Ramesh & Loo we believe that it is the people who make up our team that are our firm's greatest asset. We have adopted a conscious and deliberate approach to the building of our team. This approach focuses on not only finding people with the right amount of expertise and professionalism, but also a commonality of approach and shared values. It is the combination of our expertise and our shared vision that allows us to secure the best result for all of our clients.
Our people are hard-working, self motivated and aim to deliver the best results in the shortest time possible. Of most importance however, is the fact that at Ramesh & Loo we embody a genuine concern for our clients' welfare and strive to attain the best outcomes for our clients at all times.
Ramesh Sivakumar has been in practice for more than 10 years and had undertaken a broad spectrum of litigation cases in both civil and criminal law in the Subordinate Courts, High Court, Court of Appeal and the Federal Court of Malaysia. Ramesh Sivakumar Ramaveloo has appeared as counsel in both trial work and at appellate hearings. He advises and acts for many corporate and individual clients in many areas of the law including matters on Contract Law; Construction Law; Land Law; Administrative and Constitutional Law; Bankruptcy and Insolvency; Civil and Commercial Litigation; Corporate and Commercial Law; Criminal Law; Defamation; Employment Law; Family Law; Immigration Matters; Insurance and Reinsurance; Landlord and Tenant Law; Medical Law; Claims for Personal Injuries and Workmen's Compensation and Property Law. He is also experienced in handling non-litigation matters involving a broad spectrum of legal matters such as the preparation of agreements, probate matters, tenancy matters, share agreements, distribution agreements, and franchise agreements.
Ramesh Sivakumar also has a broad-based criminal practice and has experience acting as defence counsel in cases involving the full gamut of white-collar, technical as well as violent crime offences. These include Penal Code offences (such as murder, manslaughter, cheating, causing hurt and outraging of modesty); road traffic, medical or industrial accident cases involving complex technical issues of accident reconstruction and contest of expert engineering, medical or psychiatric opinions; Factories Act offences; Computer Misuse Act offences; illegal money lending; harbouring and employment of immigration offenders and foreign workers; money laundering; drug consumption and trafficking; corruption; firearms offences; murder; bank robbery; Companies Act offences; departmental summonses; and corporate fraud cases. Ramesh Sivakumar advises and acts for, as well as against, private individuals, commercial enterprises, government-linked companies, and statutory boards. He has handled numerous cases before the Subordinate Court, High Court, Court of Appeal and the Federal Court of Malaysia.
Loo Kean Siew has been in practice for more than 10 years mainly in various aspects of conveyancing and property transactions. He has an extensive commercial, corporate and conveyancing practise in an outside of Malaysia with particular expertise in the sale, purchase and financing of real property, leases, joint ventures, mergers and acquisitions and various forms of commercial agreements. He has acted for purchasers, vendors and developers in the sale and purchase of residential, commercial and industrial projects. Besides he has also acted for and advised developers, insurers, main contractors, subcontractors, architects, consultants, management corporations, subsidiary proprietors, and owners and suppliers in disputes involving construction contracts. He also provides opinions, drafts and reviews contracts for, among others, developers, consultants, main contractors, sub-contractors and suppliers.
Loo Kean Siew also provides opinion on investigating issues under the relevant foreign laws relating to corporate capacity, contractual rights, land ownership or other property rights, creation of security, tax and other relevant matters. He also advices on Inter-jurisdictional financing and security transactions, project financing for development of commercial complexes, residential estates, highways, heavy and light industrial developments, commercial acquisitions and corporate takeovers in the Pan-Asian region.
Raymond Charles David holds double degree both in Economics and Law. He has wide experience in litigation where he handles a wide spectrum of disputes, from commercial disputes to matrimonial cases and criminal defence cases. Raymond Charles David has acted for numerous clients in various civil and criminal matters before the Subordinate Court, High Court, Court of Appeal and the Federal Court of Malaysia.
Raymond Charles David has over the years acted for both public listed and private limited companies in claims which include shareholder and partnership disputes, sale of goods, property disputes, medical negligence intellectual property (trade mark and copyright) infringements and sale and purchase of companies. He has acted for liquidators of companies in both contentious and non-contentious matters. He has advised and acted for Management Corporations in claims against subsidiary proprietors. He has also acted for several sub-contractors and main contractors in claims relating to various aspects of building construction which includes interior renovation and structural and supply claims.
Ong Lee Kuan has extensive experience both as a practicing lawyer and as an in-house legal counsel. She has a wide area of practice which includes conveyancing and property matters, wherein she acts for individuals and companies in their purchase, sale and mortgage of private residential, commercial and industrial properties in Malaysia. She handles leases and tenancy agreements, as well as powers of attorneys.
In addition, Lee Kuan is also experienced in handling matters relating to trademarks and designs registration; corporate secretarial practice; company and commercial law such as incorporation of companies, sale and purchase of shares; joint venture agreements, distributorship and agency agreements and other commercial contracts; wills, probate and administration.