Anantha Krishnan, the founding partner of the firm, is an advocate and solicitor of over two decades standing. He has amassed extensive trial and appellate experience at every level of the Malaysian court system, and continues to conduct complex, highly-contentious litigation matters on a regular basis. He has to date been involved in numerous disputes featured in Malaysian law reports.
Mr Krishnan's career has been entirely focused in dispute resolution since his call to the Malaysian Bar in 1998. His areas of practice include corporate and commercial litigation, professional negligence, defamation, real estate disputes, energy, personal and corporate insolvency, banking, and construction.
Mr Krishnan has in the near past, among others, successfully defended numerous clients sued by financial institutions, a Cabinet Minister, and successfully filed claims against various parties including one of the largest law firms in the country and the Public Trustee respectively for professional negligence, resulting in out-of-court settlements.
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 at the firm. Outside of work, he enjoys immersing himself in the world of horology, and has been interviewed by The Edge for a special segment on timepieces.