Legal Firm & Law Firm In Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

The Partners and Associates- L Y Lu & Co

L Y Lu & Co Partners and Associates


Managing Partner
Leon Lu Lih Youn

Leon has over 10 years of legal practice in areas of corporate advisory, investment schemes, private equity, intellectual property, IT and software, property, probate, and property law.

Leon earned his law degree at the London University and read in chambers at Allen & Gledhill. Thereafter he joined Messrs Mah Weng Kwai & Associates as Legal Assistant. Leon then joined Messrs Halim Hong & Quek as a Partner taking charge of the litigation and corporate department for 2 years, and then joined Chur Associates as partner for 5 years.

In his earlier years of practice, Leon ventured extensively into litigation matters such as disputes between the directors, contentious probate proceedings, defamation, injunctive remedies etc. Leon also has valuable experience in handling repeating e- commerce frauds. Aside from monetary recovery by civil actions, he laid out strategies for preventive measures to curb any future mischief by targeting the masterminds of the crimes. Considering his proactive and valuable input, the Royal Malaysian Police has set up entrapment exercises to arrest the wrongdoers. These exercises have been successful with the frequency of fraud cases reduced drastically.

After setting up his own firm, Leon has since advised a number of private equity arrangements. Recent highlights include a private equity exercise which raised RM988 million for an oil palm plantation project.

He is also pioneer advisor in mobile content industry and has developed his knowledge in the industry at the same pace with the emergence and development of the telecommunication and electronic contents industries. His past anchor projects in this area of practice include the lobby for changes in laws for a more industry friendly fashion with the Malaysia Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC). He has been advising mobile content industrialists which are public listed corporations in Malaysia, Australia, Singapore and Indonesia on retainer and consultant basis. He is currently the lead legal advisor of a number of multinational corporations in telecommunication industry, including China Communications Services Corporation Limited (HK.552), Hitachi Ebworx, Oppo Electronics Corporation, TVB Group, Unified Communications Holding Public Limited etc.

On the area of corporate advisory, he was credited for designed and customise Employee Stock Ownership Plan for several multinational corporations. He also offers corporate retainer for corporate exercise and expansion, including establishing franchising and direct- selling on regional scale.

Leon is an experienced legal practitioner with the capabilities, temperament and judgment to provide astute solution for the clients. The logical creativity of Leon makes his work both hands-on and spot on.

Aside legal practice, he stands in as a panel lawyer in several organisations and volunteer endeavours, including acting as an volunteered counsel for “Condemning Batang Kali Massacre Committee” which brought the UK government to court,  National SMI Consultative Centre, Malaysian Basketball Association, Malaysian Dramatic Art Society etc. He has also been invited to pen several columns in Nan Yang Siang Pau and China Press since December 2005, expressing legal opinions and thoughts on contemporary social and international issues. He also appears as a regular guest speaker in Ai Fm, the government- operated Chinese radio station, to comment on contemporary social and political issues.


Ong Mun Siong

Mun Siong joined Messrs L Y Lu & Co in 2010 after working with Messrs Sidek Teoh Wong & Dennis for a tenure of almost 4 years practicing largely on areas of conveyancing, banking and commercial laws. During his tenure with that firm, he gained much experience in commercial and consumer banking and real estate transactions of which including the purchase, sale, leasing and financing of residential, industrial, retail and office properties. Mun Siong is also experienced in the area of the acquisition, development, financing and sale of commercial property.

Mun Siong is presently appointed as legal adviser for some of our business partners in providing them corporate advisory services including legal procedure consultation, current government policy and legal documentation in perfecting their corporate transactions. Mun Siong is also involves in providing foreign corporate clients a complete corporate advisory services in starting up business in Malaysia such as advising on the current government policy, assisting on setting up of local incorporated companies on the respective areas of business and procuring of the relevant licenses or permit required from the authorities in Malaysia.

Mun Siong was admitted into Malaysian Bar in 2006 after 11 years of military service with the Malaysian Armed Forces which earned him the rank of Captain. During the career as a military officer, Mun Siong was appointed as a member of court martial and also worked as defence council in the court martial proceedings. Mun Siong received his Bachelor of Laws from University of London in 2004 and Certificate of Legal Practice in 2005.


Wan Teh Fatimah Binti Dato’ Wan Ismail

Wan Teh graduated from Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM) in the year 2007 and had undergone her pupilage at Messrs C.L. Boo& Associates, Kuala Lumpur and was exposed to the various areas of law mainly in Hire Purchase. It is during her pupilage period, she found her calling in the property market that leads her to pursue practice in conveyancing.

On 18th July 2008, she was called to the Bar in High Court of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur and in August of the same year, she joined Messrs Sidek Teoh Wong & Dennis’ Conveyancing department as a conveyancing lawyer focusing on transfer of properties and conventional and Islamic loans.

Two years later, in September 2010, she joined Messrs Kamaruzaman Arif Amran & Chong, as Head of Conveyancing Department, handling primarily the commercial and conveyancing matters, mining laws and debt restructuring exercise. She was involved in a debt restructuring process for a well known Corporation worth about RM 400 Million in favour of a Selangor State Government Linked Company and a year later, Wan Teh left Messrs Kamaruzaman Arif Amran& Chong to join us to further diversify the firm.

She believes that the legal profession is best described by the words of John W. Davis – “True, we build no bridges. We raise no towers. We construct no engines. We paint no pictures – unless as amateurs for our own principal amusement. There is little of all that we do which the eye of man can see. But we smooth out difficulties; we relieve stress; we correct mistakes; we take up other men’s burdens and by our efforts we make possible the peaceful life of men in a peaceful state.”