Malaysia law firm Wong & Partners, a member of the Baker McKenzie network, has hired dispute resolution partner Janice Tay in Kuala Lumpur from fellow local firm Skrine.

Tay, who specialises in construction, engineering and infrastructure projects in Malaysia, is also experienced in international and domestic arbitrations, and has appeared before various courts. She joined Skrine in 2009 and became a partner of that firm last year.


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