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Anantha Krishnan founded the firm in 2003. He is an advocate and solicitor of over 25 years' standing, whose practice has been entirely disputes-focused since his call to the Malaysian Bar. He has amassed extensive appellate and trial experience at every level of the Malaysian court system, and has appeared in numerous cases featured in the law reports. 

He now regularly appears as Counsel before the Appellate Courts, High Court, and arbitral tribunals empanelled in Malaysia; specialising in the conduct of complex, high-value litigation that is often exceedingly contentious.

Mr Krishnan has successfully defended numerous high-profile clients including a former Prime Minister of Malaysia and some of the country's premier social institutions in a wide range of claims including those brought by financial institutions. He has also successfully prosecuted claims against various parties including one of the largest law firms in the country and the Public Trustee respectively; and represented a number of Malaysian entertainers in contractual disputes with international production companies.

Prior to commencing practice, Mr Krishnan was the editor of the Building Property Review magazine, and the external editor for the Malaysian Institute of Taxation's in-house magazine. He was also the editor for the Malaysian Court Forms-Law of Evidence. 

Mr Krishnan is a natural teacher who takes great pride in the mentorship of junior lawyers and pupils at the firm. Outside practice, he enjoys immersing himself in fine art and horology, and has been interviewed by The Edge in a special segment on high-end timepieces.
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