Partner & Co-founder
BRENT YAP HON YEAN (叶汉圆 )
Advocate & Solicitor of High Court of Malaya
B.Juris (Hons) (UM) , CLP (Malaya)
China Law Course, Southwest University of Political Science and Law (SWUPL) 2017
Secretary of the Federation of Malaysian Chinese Guilds Association -Youth (FEMACGA Youth)
Secretary of the Malaysia Mixed Martial Arts Association (MASMMAA)
Legal Advisor to Malaysian International Economic Cooperation Association (MIECA)
Legal Advisor to the Malaysian Association of Professional Ambulance Services (MAPAS)
Legal Advisor to Malaysian Pro Boxing Association (MPBA)
Visiting Researcher at the China-ASEAN Legal Research Center, Chongqing, China
LinkedIn_ID: Brent Yap
Direct Line : Ext. 106
Brent Yap is the co-founder and partner of the Firm.
He leads the conveyancing team where he represents local and foreign clients in real estate transactions (involving all categories of properties), immigration and matters related to the Malaysia My2ndHome (MM2H) initiative.
Brent advises clients in both civil and business legal affairs including civil law and litigation, legal compliance related to sole proprietorships, partnerships, startups and SMEs as well as winding up & liquidation proceedings. He has appeared in legal workshops to present some of these areas.
He also guides SMEs and private companies to enter into the relevant commercial, investment & business agreements including cross-border business and shares acquisitions and investments.
Brent has expanded his services to emerging businesses and tech start-ups to assist in areas involving legal compliance & information protection as well as raising new business capital and funding.
Having successfully completed a Chinese Law course at one of China's leading law universities, Brent is now advising both the Chinese and Malaysian corporations and enterprises in Sino-Malaysia cross-border market activities.
He has participated at various Belt & Road Initiative related events and summits including the Belt & Road Summits in 2017 and 2018 in Hong Kong organised by the Hong Kong Trade Developmental Council (HKDTC) and the China Conference 2018 organised by the South China Morning Post(SCMP).
He is presently serving in the executive committee of several established NGOs promoting the commercial interests of Malaysian Chinese businesses with the central and provincial governments of Malaysia and China, and is the legal advisor to several Malaysian associations.
Areas of Practice:
Business & Commercial Contracts (SMEs & Startups),
Corporate (Share Capital, Winding Up & Dissolution),
Real Estate & Conveyancing,
Family & Guardianship
China Law Advisory