Domestic & International Arbitration

We are committed to providing our clients with comprehensive and strategic solutions in the complex world of arbitration. Our team of seasoned attorneys brings a wealth of experience and a deep understanding of the nuances of arbitration law, ensuring that we can effectively navigate the intricacies of cross-border disputes as well as domestic challenges. We represent clients in arbitration proceedings both domestically and internationally.

Our team has provided representation for clients across multiple industries such as energy and natural resources, construction and infrastructure projects, maritime and shipping, sports and entertainment, global trade and commerce, as well as private equity and financial sectors.

Domestic Arbitration

  • Representing clients in domestic arbitration proceedings conducted under the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996.
  • Representing clients before the Courts for ad-interim reliefs, enforcing arbitration awards and for challenging the awards when necessary.
  • Guiding clients through the procedural aspects of arbitration, including the selection of arbitrators, submissions, and evidence presentation.
  • Advocating on behalf of clients in arbitration hearings, presenting evidence, cross-examining witnesses, and making legal arguments before arbitration panels.
  • Ensuring compliance with applicable arbitral rules.

International Arbitration

  • Representing clients international commercial disputes especially for Indian companies and their international counterparts.
  • Specializing in arbitration for conflicts arising from international construction and infrastructure projects involving Indian entities.
  • Handling emergency arbitration proceedings for urgent relief.
  • Advising on interim measures to preserve assets and prevent irreparable harm
  • Representing clients in the proceedings for Enforcement and execution of foreign awards in India

Arbitration Rules and Procedures

  • Representing parties in ad hoc arbitration proceedings not administered by arbitral institutions.
  • Handling the procedural aspects of ad hoc arbitration.
  • Drafting and reviewing arbitration agreements that specify the choice of arbitration as a method of dispute resolution to ensure they are clear and enforceable.
  • Advising on the selection of arbitral institutions and rules.