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Rezvana Fairouse

Associate Director 


  • Civil Litigation

  • Arbitration

  • Insolvency & Restructuring

  • Corporate & Commercial Law

  • Mergers & Acquisitions

  • Criminal Litigation, White-Collar Crime and Investigations

  • Employment Matters

  • Intellectual Property, Technology, Media and Telecommunications

  • Private Client

  • Construction & Engineering

Rezvana has acted for and advised both local and international clients in a variety of complex, high-value civil and commercial litigation disputes dealing with a wide spectrum of matters, including but not limited to white collar crime, corporate matters, employment matters, family & matrimonial matters, estate matters, construction matters and insolvency matters.

Rezvana also frequently advises clients on corporate matters, such as shareholders’ agreement and share option agreements, as well as regulatory issues, such as data protection laws and financial services regulation.

Rezvana joined NLC Law Asia LLC after being called to the Bar in August 2017. With her experience gathered from working in different areas of law, she is confident that she will be able to work with clients to resolve disputes in a cost-effective and practical manner.


  • Acting for Mr. Jeffrey Ong, a lawyer faced with multiple charges involving cheating and forgery

  • Advised a former director of a manufacturing company in relation to corruption and money laundering charges

  • Successfully acted for an ex-Morgan Stanley trader, Mr. Bernard Chan and his company, Menrva, in resisting a claim by solar company, Sun Electric, for breach of contract and duty of care, and successfully obtained judgment on liability for Menrva's counterclaim for consulting fees. 

  • Acted for Mr. Bernard Chan and his company, Menrva in the appeal brought in the Singapore Court of Appeal by Sun Electric. The appeal was dismissed in Sun Electric Pte Ltd and another v Menrva Solutions Pte Ltd and another [2019] SGCA 51

  • Acted for a corporate client in obtaining a Springboard injunction against one of its ex-employees, preventing the ex-employee who stole confidential information from joining a competitor.  The Spring board Injunction is a fairly new form of injunction only recognized by the Singapore courts in recent years

  • Acted for the victim of a Ponzi scheme in obtaining a Mareva Injunction, preventing the defendants from moving their assets pending trial

  • Assisted counsel acting for ECYT Law in Otto Ventures Pte Ltd v ECYT Law LLC [2017] 4 SLR 776, a case involving issues concerning the nature of a solicitor’s undertaking

  • Acted for a contractor in disputing a claim by its sub-contractor for $1.5 million under the Building and Construction Industry Security for Payment Act (Cap 30B)

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