Litigation, National and International Commercial Arbitration

Our Litigation team supports all the other practice groups and handles matters of diverse nature before the Supreme Court of India, High Courts, Tribunals, Commissions, labour courts as well as quasi-judicial and administrative authorities. The team members have experience of ICADR, LCIA, SIAC and ICC arbitrations.

We are routinely instructed in complex multi-jurisdiction and multi-dimensional cases involving

  • Commercial and Contract Litigation
  • Intellectual property Disputes
  • Employment disputes
  • Infrastructure Contracts
  • Technology licensing & Technology Transfer
  • Consumer and Corporate Litigation
  • Corporate frauds & SFIO matters
  • Debt Recovery, Assets Reconstruction
  • Environment Litigation High stake matters relating to criminal trials
  • Infrastructure Contracts
  • Prevention Money Laundering Act matters
  • Enforcement of foreign decrees

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