LL.M, LL.B (Hons) University of Adelaide, B.Ec DSLP
Dato’ Quek is an experienced legal practitioner whose main areas of practice ranges from matters relating to corporate and commercial, to cross border investments and property and township developments. He is regularly sought by major developers, multi-national companies and financial institutions for legal advice and representation.
He has represented major developers and completed sale and purchase transactions and loan documentations for urban and township developments, and several mixed commercial and residential developments. He also advises financial institutions on all matters pertaining to financing transactions, from preparation to completion of loan documentations of corporate financing, Islamic financing, commercial facilities and property financing and refinancing arrangements.
Dato Quek is regularly consulted by multi-national companies for advice in strategizing their investment plans as well as drafting and reviewing agreements and contracts used in cross borders investments. He is also regularly consulted by local and regional business councils and organisations for consultations on their respective agreements.
A highly strong-willed advocate, Dato’ Quek has in the recent years brought an appeal to the English Courts and the European Courts of Human Rights (ECtHR) in order to seek justice for the unlawful killings of the victims in the Batang Kali Massacre (Dec 1948) by the previous British government in Malaya.
For his vast experience in the Malaysia-China economic cooperation, Dato’ Quek is frequently consulted by body corporates and various organisations for legal advice. Most prominently, Dato’ Quek has spoken at several key international and local conferences on current issues pertaining to Belt & Road Initiative.