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Dispute Resolution

Our lawyers have rich experience in arbitration and dispute resolution proceedings at courts and arbitral tribunals, and significant expertise in commercial litigation across other sectors, competition law and anti-trust issues, white-collar crimes, restructuring and insolvency.

A substantial part of our arbitration and dispute resolution practice arises out of complex commercial transactions. Our emphasis is on aligning litigation strategy with the commercial interests of our clients, while recognising time sensitivities. Our lawyers frequently work with other practices, such as tax, competition, intellectual property, information technology, infrastructure and energy, to provide incisive advice.

“Trilegal has particular expertise in strategic litigation and also regularly represents clients in cross-border financial and investment disputes.”
– The Legal500

Our team has rich and wide-ranging experience in cross-border investment disputes before courts and arbitral tribunals. We work with lawyers in other jurisdictions to provide a comprehensive strategy. A large part of our clientele comprises financial institutions and funds, apart from large multinational corporations. We are market leaders in the power, aviation and oil and gas sectors, and our lawyers represent and advise transmission, distribution and generation companies, and regulatory commissions.

With a dedicated team of lawyers dealing with a wide range of disputes in the power sector, we represent clients before fora such as the Appellate Tribunal, Central Electricity Regulatory Commission, and State electricity regulatory commissions. Trilegal is also recognised for its airport economics regulatory practice. Its lawyers advise and represent the Mumbai International Airport on all aspects of tariff determination before the Airports Economic Regulatory Authority and the appellate tribunal.

We also advise clients on statutory and regulatory inquiries as well as criminal proceedings arising out of economic offences. Our White-Collar Crime practice represents clients in high-profile matters, primarily involving corruption and other irregularities, with consequences in the contractual, criminal law and public law spheres. Since a large part of our clientele consists of large multinational corporations, we regularly deal with inquiries and criminal matters spread across various jurisdictions.

In recent years, our lawyers have established a strong track record of advising troubled companies and their creditors, debtors and investors, aside from various committees and professionals, on high-value and complex corporate and debt restructuring and insolvency issues.

Our Financial Regulatory team has comprehensive strengths in conducting regulatory inquiries and inspections, and advising on whistleblower and investor complaints, as well as investigations/summons from regulatory and governmental authorities. We represent clients in proceedings before the Securities and Exchange Board of India and the Securities Appellate Tribunal and the Supreme Court of India, aside from dealing with the Reserve Bank of India and the Financial Intelligence Unit on regulatory show cause notices. Our lawyers regularly assist with internal investigations into regulatory non-compliance, risk management and mitigation, and evaluating potential insider trading, front-running or other market conduct issues. We undertake compliance reviews and advise in disciplinary proceedings against employees for such violations.

Select Representative Experience/Clients

  • Arbitration

    • Cairn Energy, on an ICC arbitration against the Government of India and ONGC under operation agreements and production sharing contracts for its Rajasthan oil fields
    • Vivid Solaire Energy Pvt Ltd, against Evergreen Renewables in a Singapore International Arbitration Centre-governed arbitration in disputes under a development contract
    • GDF Suez (Engie), on shareholders’ dispute concerning its investments in a thermal power project in India. We are assisting GDF Suez with pre-arbitration strategy in a Singapore-seated international arbitration
    • 3i Group PLC:
      • on arbitration relating to putting option and conversion of preference shares arising out of investment made in a private port in India
      • on arbitration relating to disputes regarding investment made in a company involved in the construction of highways
    • Abu Dhabi National Energy Co PJSC (TAQA), on a SIAC arbitration arising from its investment and taking over of a hydropower project in Himachal Pradesh
    • TerraForm Global, Inc (part of Brookfield Asset Management Inc), on arbitrations against Wind World (India) arising from disputes under Operation and Maintenance Agreements of wind power projects
    • Leonardo Germany, in arbitration against the Indian Ministry of Defence in relation to contract for the supply of long-distance radars
    • Marriott Group, on its ICC arbitration proceedings and other disputes arising out of its hotel business operations in Bengaluru and New Delhi. The proceedings assume significant importance in light of being one of the first large-scale disputes arising out of commercial exigencies between parties on account of the Covid-19 pandemic
    • Shanghai Electric Group Co Ltd, on its ongoing Singapore-seated arbitration against Reliance Infrastructure Ltd in relation to a supply and services contract worth over USD 1300 million
  • Commercial Litigation

    • Axon Partners and Children’s Investment Fund, in relation to disputes on their investment in a real estate company in India at various forums, including arbitrations in LCIA Arbitration in London and AAA Arbitration in the United States of America
    • RHT Health Trust Manager Pte Ltd, on proceedings relating to the enforcement of an INR 3,500-crore foreign arbitral award by Daiichi Sankyo against Fortis and its promoters
    • Piramal Group, on successfully bidding for Dewan Housing Finance Ltd in ongoing insolvency proceedings and in various associated matters before the National Company Law Tribunal, National Company Appellate Law Tribunal, the Supreme Court of India and in various High Courts across India. The said insolvency proceedings are the first in India to involve insolvency in relation to a leading financial institution involving creditors worth approximately INR 90,000 crore
    • Lanco Amarkantak, as counsel for the Resolution Professional in its insolvency proceedings pending before NCLT, Hyderabad
    • Vodafone Idea Ltd, on several proceedings and disputes relating to its day-to-day operational activities such as optical fibre cables in Bengaluru, defamatory content on social media and more

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