About Us

Established in 2012, Tiong & Woon started its very first office in Plaza Mont Kiara, and from 2014 onwards, we moved our operations to a more strategic location at The Boulevard, Mid Valley City.

The founding partners of Tiong & Woon consist of Dato’ Angus Tiong Chau Siong, Datin Woon Huei Chin and Ms. Michelle Tiong Hui Ching. Together they have set off to create a legal firm that is able to provide assistance in advisory, litigation, drafting corporate contracts and various other legal services in a wide scope of industries. All three of the founding members have extensive industrial experience that encompasses various industries. With the combined expertise of the three founders, Tiong & Woon aims to be one of the top-tier legal firms in Malaysia. The founders also have a good mix of local and international experience.

At Tiong & Woon, we provide a broad range of legal services which encompasses different core areas. Our expertise falls into laws relating to civil litigation, corporate and commercial litigations, intellectual property litigation, arbitration, banking litigation, banking and conveyancing, probate and family matters, tort law and defamation. With many years of experience among the founding members, we are certain that we will represent you and your business to achieve a positive outcome which aligns with your business’s objective. With meticulous research and experience, we believe that every case that we work on will be done with the utmost professionalism.

At Tiong & Woon, we also believe in innovation, and that a blend of traditional approach mixed with a fresh perspective will aid us in coming up with the best outcome for our clients. With that belief in mind, Tiong & Woon employs upcoming young lawyers with unlimited potential to be part of the team, guiding them along the way so they will be able to make their mark in the industry with their unique approach that will be part of our firm’s unique offering to our clients.

Core Practice Areas

  • Litigation and Dispute Resolution
  • Banking and Conveyancing
  • Intellectual Property and Information Technology
  • Corporate and Commercial
  • Industrial Relations and Employment
  • Family Matters and Probate Matters