Subir Singh Grewal
Partner

E-mail: subir.grewal@aequitasllp.com
Areas of Practice:
Civil & Commercial Litigation
International Arbitration
Strata Title Law
Criminal Law
Matrimonial Law

LLB (Hons), University of Leeds, United Kingdom
Graduate Diploma in Singapore Law, National University of Singapore
Admitted as Advocate & Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Singapore

Memberships
  • Member, Law Society of Singapore
  • Member, Singapore Academy of Law
  • Committee Member, Criminal Legal Aid Scheme Committee
  • Committee Member, Young Lawyers Committee

Subir was called to the Singapore Bar in 2009

Subir’s main areas of practice are civil & commercial litigation and arbitration involving a wide spectrum of disputes such as contractual matters, shareholder disputes and minority oppression claims, landlord-tenant disputes, estate matters, sale of goods and services, breaches of fiduciary duties, misrepresentation and negligence.

He also advises on strata-title law, matrimonial and criminal matters.

Prior to joining the firm, Subir was a Senior Associate at Drew & Napier LLC, where he assisted a prominent Senior Counsel in a variety of complex civil & commercial litigation and international arbitration matters.

Subir has assisted in numerous civil trials and arbitrations. He has also represented clients in contentious interlocutory applications including seeking and defending applications for summary judgment, discovery, interrogatories, security for costs as well as the registration of foreign judgments and enforcing judgments through applications for garnishee orders, examination of judgment debtors and bankruptcy proceedings.

He also has experience in matrimonial and criminal matters, having been involved in criminal trials and private prosecutions as well as contentious matrimonial proceedings involving custody, care and control of children and division of matrimonial assets.

Subir has also been involved in matters requiring the taking of instructions and liaising with foreign counsel in jurisdictions such as UK, Malaysia, Thailand, Qatar and South Korea.