Sasha Ravindran

Partner
Dispute Resolution
012 345 6789
sasha@ctslawyers.com.my

 Sasha Ravindran

Sasha is a Partner in the Firm with more than 13 years of litigation experience with a wide range of practice including complex commercial disputes, shareholders’ disputes, directors’ duties, personal and corporate insolvency, corporate rescue mechanisms, contractual and tortious disputes, and contempt proceedings. She has conducted matters in the subordinate and superior courts.

She has also assisted with trial in the High Court of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court in the British Virgin Islands, the subsequent appeal in the Court of Appeal of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court, and the final appeal in the Privy Council.

Apart from her legal qualifications, Sasha is a member of the Malaysian Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators (MAICSA).

Sasha practices with determination and focus, whilst fiercely protecting her clients’ rights. She strives to ensure that they come away feeling reassured and confident that they have the right person in their corner looking out for their best interests and fighting their battles.

Sasha speaks English, Bahasa Malaysia and is conversant in Japanese, both written and spoken.

Qualifications

  • LLB (Hons), University of the West of England, Bristol (2006)
  • Certificate of Legal Practice (2007)
  • Chartered Secretary and Chartered Governance Professional of the Malaysian Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators (MAICSA) (2008)
  • Admitted to the Malaysian Bar (2010)

Practice Areas

Corporate and commercial

  • Shareholders’ disputes, directors’ duties, and company law actions and remedies.
  • Corporate insolvency including just and equitable winding-up.
  • Corporate rescue mechanisms including judicial management involving multiple subsidiaries of a public listed company.
  • Contractual disputes in various industries including construction, technology, broadcasting, maritime, commodities trading and commercial property.
  • Tortious disputes including conspiracy to injure, professional negligence and forgery of financial instruments.
  • International arbitration involving a South-East Asian national oil company and a local storage terminal operator.
  • Personal insolvency.

Civil litigation

  • Execution and enforcement proceedings including order for sale, judgment debtor summons, committal proceedings and execution against the government.
  • Interlocutory remedies including summary disposal, striking out and discovery.
  • Injunctive relief including Fortuna injunction, Mareva injunction, Erinford injunction and prohibitory order.
  • Judicial review.

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