Partner - Dispute Resolution, White-Collar Crime
Commercial Disputes | Court Litigation | Arbitrations | White-Collar Crime | Insolvency
Nitesh Jain is a Partner in the Dispute Resolution practice at Trilegal. His practice focuses on court litigation, international and domestic commercial arbitrations, white-collar crimes practice and insolvency matters. He has extensive experience of litigating before Indian courts, including the Supreme Court, High Courts, trial courts, tribunals, and regulatory and quasi-judicial commissions. He regularly represents clients before ad-hoc and major arbitration institutions.
He has significant experience working on complex commercial and transactional disputes, building and executing an overall disputes resolution strategy. He has represented large conglomerates, banking and financial institutions, private equity funds, foreign investors, Indian and multinational corporations, including listed companies and other clients, on a wide range of domestic and cross-border disputes. His expertise includes representing clients and advising on shareholder disputes, commercial enforcement proceedings, international commercial arbitrations, contractual disputes, government policies and administrative law, disputes involving media law, insurance disputes, class actions, banking and finance disputes, banking fraud, insolvency, anti-money laundering law, white-collar crimes, investigations by authorities, and defamation.
Prior to joining Trilegal, Nitesh worked with the Mumbai and New Delhi offices of a leading Indian law firm.
LL.M., London School of Economics
B.S.L.LL.B., Symbiosis Law School, Pune
Supreme Court of India Bar Association
International Bar Association
Inter-Pacific Bar Association
Bombay Bar Association
Delhi High Court Bar Association
Rajasthan High Court Bar Association
Advocate – Bar Council of Rajasthan
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