Nakoorsha set up Nakoorsha Law Corporation after gaining extensive experience in commercial litigation and criminal law practice.
Since the founding of the firm, aside from a busy general litigation practice, Nakoorsha also engages in regulatory and compliance advisory work for private equity and investment firms. He has also advised officers of public listed companies on regulatory matters.
Prior to founding the firm, Nakoorsha was a Deputy Public Prosecutor with the Attorney General’s Chambers. He was attached to the Commercial Affairs Department to advise on investigations relating to fraud, misappropriation of assets, money laundering as well as offences under the Securities and Future Act (“SFA”).
He also spent several years with the Enforcement Division, Monetary Authority of Singapore, where he was involved in several high profile cases involving corporate misfeasance, insider trading, market manipulation and other forms of securities contraventions. He was involved in the first two civil penalty regime cases that were heard in the Supreme Court of Singapore. He was also actively involved in the review of SFA and Financial Adviser Act contraventions arising from the sale and marketing of structured notes linked to Lehman Brothers Inc.
Nakoorsha also has substantial experience in commercial and civil litigation arising from his years of practice in leading private law firms. He has appeared as counsel in the Supreme Court and State Courts of Singapore representing clients in commercial disputes, building and construction matters, corporate and shareholders disputes, insolvency matters, defamation, employment, insurance and matrimonial disputes.
Nakoorsha is an advocacy tutor for the Part B Course conducted by the Singapore Institute of Legal Education. He has also been contributing to the community as an active volunteer with the Law Society’s Criminal Legal Aid Scheme and an appointed member of the Marine Parade Citizen’s Consultative Committee.
Media & Publications
- “给小费也算行贿?” (Is tipping considered to be bribery?) – Lianhe Zaobao, 31 March 2019
- “32 months’ jail for ex-policeman who accepted bribes from suspect” – Channel Newsasia, 13 Oct 2016
- “Policeman admits taking $35,000 from suspect” – The Straits Times, 1 Sep 2016
- “Woman, who swam topless, jailed for attacking cops at Sentosa” – The New Paper, 20 Apr 2016
- http://news.asiaone.com/News/The+New+Paper/Story/A1Story20110104-256366.html – The New Paper, 6 Jan 2011