We handle matters in the nature of
Our associates practice and plead before various courts, quasi-judicial authorities and tribunals including the Supreme Court of India, high courts of various Indian states (with particular concentration in Delhi), district courts of various Indian states, Company Law Board, Debt Recovery Tribunal and Appellate Tribunal, and State and National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission
The firm offers to its clientele varied services in this area of practice ranging from - drafting and filing all kinds of Petitions, Suits, Reply, Written Statements, Rejoinder Applications, Appeals, etc. before all courts, forums, tribunals, departments, etc.
Corporation litigation is the area of business law that involves providing counsel and legal representation in lawsuits to business enterprises. Plaintiffs and defendants of corporate litigation often range from business partnerships to international corporations, as well as those who work for those organizations or owe a fiduciary duty to them or benefit from them. Corporate lawyers of our firm are specialized lawyers who initiate civil lawsuits or defend clientele in cases brought against them. A corporate lawyer of our firm is trained to handle matters outside of court by representing clientele in alternative dispute resolution (ADR) or settlement. Some of the litigation matters associated with corporate litigations are breaches of contract, employment relations, and regulatory compliance.
The terms “commercial litigation” and “business litigation” have come to mean any type of corporate controversy that is brought before a court. These types of disputes may be among several different business entities or between a business entity and one or more individuals.
We help our clients deal with matters of Corporate Debt Recovery expeditiously with help of latest legislations in this regards such as
The scope of claims implicated by these suits is wide-ranging, and may include claims for
There are various kinds of contractual disputes existing in the corporate arena, some of which are:
These are the dispute that arises between the enterprise and the Internet Service Provider (ISP) or web-hosting services provider, including disagreements over interruptions in service, breach in data security etc.
These kinds of disputes usually take place between the enterprise and its suppliers such as non-performance of contractual obligations, misrepresentation.
Apart from pre and post litigation support, we specialize in providing concise and astute advisory services to our corporate clientele. Such services include
Non-contractual disputes are basically those disputes that arise due to non-observance of any statutory obligation on part of the parties to the transaction.
Dispute over Copyright:- The enterprise might be liable for copyright infringement if it uses copyrighted material in excess of fair use, and without permission of the copyright holder.
Failure in Data protection:- The enterprise may be liable for sharing or revealing confidential data of customers, as discussed in the segment on Privacy.
Right of free expression:- The enterprise may be subject to defamation suits for defamatory material posted online.
Competition law, Domain name disputes:- The enterprise may be subject to trademark infringement suits if it infringes a registered otherwise legally recognized trademark or domain name.
Henceforth, it is significant to note that although many of the issues such as jurisdictional issues, choice of law issue, high cost of cross-jurisdictional litigation issue, which arise in relation to the different categories of disputes, are similar, the difficulties are perhaps more pronounced in respect of Business to Consumer transactional disputes which are often of small monetary value. Traditional methods of resolving cross jurisdictional commercial disputes, such as international commercial arbitration, are often too costly, inconvenient and burdensome in the context of consumer disputes.
The importance of Intellectual Property in India is well established at all levels- statutory, administrative and judicial.
Intellectual property rights (IPR) can be defined as the rights given to people over the creation of their minds. They usually give the creator an exclusive right over the use of his/her creations for a certain period of time.
Intellectual property (IP) refers to creations of the mind: inventions, literary and artistic works, and symbols, names, images, and designs used in commerce.
We are a firm believer in the Startup India programme and provide varied services as advisory and compliance to the startups such as:
"The minute you read something that you can't understand, you can almost be sure that it was drawn up by a lawyer"