Norvin is the rare technology lawyer who is also a programmer. When he is not advising clients, he is working a GPT-chatbot and also pursuing a master’s degree in computer science at the University of Pennsylvania
In his work at Osborne Clarke, Norvin advises MNCs, telcos, and startups on regulatory issues and commercial contracts.
His expertise in data privacy, AI, fintech, and crypto matters is highly sought after. Due to his deep technical knowledge, Norvin’s expertise is especially valued as a product counsel in navigating the regulatory hurdles for new products.
As an ex-inhouse counsel in a technology startup, Norvin is able to empathise and work closely with clients, founders, and technical teams.
The associate works extremely closely with the partner in charge and incredibly efficiently no less. You can rest assured knowing that any concerns you or your client may have are pointedly and quickly addressed. Beyond legal knowledge, the team gives amazing ideas and strategies on how best to bolster client’s case, even if it is weak.
Advised on various data protection issues
Worked closely with Lazada’s inhouse legal team on regulatory issues and drafting of agreements
Top-5 Crypto Centralised Exchange (anonymous)
Advised on various regulatory issues on Singapore’s complex cryptocurrency regulations
Advised on various data protection, regulatory, and fintech issues.
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