AWARDS & CITATIONS

2019


Logo of The Legal 500 - Year 2019
The Legal 500 Asia Pacific Leading Firm 2019 for Dispute Resolution (Malaysia) – The Client’s Guide To Law Firms

AmerBON is an advocacy boutique that specialises in criminal and civil cases. Edmund Bon acted for Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim in a tort of misfeasance dispute, and represented the National Union of Bank Employees (NUBE) in employment- and governance-related cases. Amer Hamzah bin Arshad is the firm’s criminal law expert.



2018


The Legal 500 Asia Pacific Leading Firm 2018 for Dispute Resolution (Malaysia) – The Client’s Guide To Law Firms
Chambers & Partners Asia Pacific 2018

Edmund Bon Tai Soon of AmerBON Advocates is noted for his experience in human rights and public interest litigation, while he also takes on corporate, land, defamation and matrimonial cases. Of late, he acted for Suruhanjaya Perkhidmatan Air Negara on a dispute over the capital contribution to be paid by Khean Soon Construction, in relation to an industrial development project.


2017


The Legal 500 Asia Pacific Leading Firm 2017- The Client’s Guide To Law Firms
Boutique Law Firm of the Year 2017, awarded by Asian Legal Business (ALB)’s Malaysia Law Awards
Chambers & Partners Asia Pacific 2017

Edmund Bon Tai Soon of AmerBON Advocates is especially noted for his expertise in the human rights sphere and also acts prominently on company law and construction disputes. Praised by sources as “a very eloquent advocate who delivers clear and precise arguments,” he recently acted on a complex and high profile divorce action with an estimated GBP220 million at stake.

2016


Litigation Law Firm of the Year 2016, awarded by Asian Legal Business (ALB)’s Malaysia Law Awards
Chambers & Partners Asia Pacific 2016

Edmund Bon Tai Soon of AmerBON Advocates is a well-known litigator, highlighted for his involvement in high-profile human rights and other public interest cases. Clients praise him as a “great strategist” who “seems to have a natural ease in skill and astuteness in handling some of the most difficult situations in our courts today”.


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