Tasha’s practice is Dispute Resolution with a focus on disputes relating to construction, engineering, infrastructure and projects. She has appeared and assisted in court, arbitration, and adjudication matters. Her portfolio includes amongst others, property development, professional negligence, supply of telecommunications equipment and services, and railway disputes.
Prior to joining Gan Partnership and being co-editor of “The Toolbox”, a newsletter published by the firm’s Engineering, Construction and Energy Practice, Tasha was with the construction team of a large firm for two years. She has also previously worked as a Research Assistant for Dr Sarah Tan Yen Ling, focusing on ASEAN Environmental and Energy Law.
An Old Frees’ Association scholar and AFS returnee, Tasha read Law at the University of Malaya. Throughout her time at university, she had participated in a number of moot competitions both national and international which include among others, Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition (JESSUP), Asia Cup Moot Competition, Tun Suffian Moot Competition, Gandhi Memorial Moot Debate, and the Novice Arbitration Mooting Competition (NAMCO). During the national JESSUP rounds, Tasha was named as the Best National Oralist for that year.
Dispute Resolution & Litigation
- Construction, Engineering, Infrastructure & Projects
Advocate and Solicitor of the High Court of Malaya
LL.B (Hons.), University of Malaya
English, Bahasa Malaysia, Mandarin
Adjudicator is Bias for Unreasonable Deadlines & Failure to Account for MCO Restrictions
CIPAA: Only Qualified Advocates for Adjudications in East Malaysia?
A Contractor’s Claims in Adjudication against the Sub-Contractor