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Litigation is a standard legal process where a judge or jury renders the decision on the parties’ dispute inside a public courtroom. lawyers will work in consultation with their client and represent their case and best interests to the court, with either a judge or a jury to get their client a favourable outcome. Litigation initiates when an individual infringes the right of another person or harassment or defamation or harm him/her by any other way.

Arbitration involves two parties in a dispute who agree to work with a disinterested third party in an attempt to resolve the dispute. In arbitration, there may be one or more arbitrators who hear both sides of the issue and who make a decision.

For any successful business with amicable environment between the partners this services are required if any dispute arises in future so the provision is required to be maintained.We have a full fldged team of experts to handle litigation and arbitration services in all the respective areas.

Key Features :-

  • Cost-effective corporate legal services
  • Real-time performance
  • Business intelligence tools
  • Smoothly management of complex case
  • Preservation of Business Relationship

Types of Litigation :-

Commercial Litigation - Business disputes whether it involves a breach of contract claim, a shareholder issue, a business tort, any other claim which can be complex and time consuming.

Tax Litigation - Tax litigation broadly describes the practice of resolving tax disputes with central, state, local, and foreign tax authorities. A tax controversy may involve a business (whether for-profit or not-for-profit), trust, estate, or individual, and can result from any form of taxation, including income tax, Goods & Service Tax, local property tax etc.

Corporate Litigation - Corporate litigation involves multitude tort and contract issues which a corporation may face the course over its life such as securing agreement on wage, work hours, contest or negotiating claims, Corporate land issues, premises liability to disputes with landlords or regulators, Matters where a buyer or consumer sustains damage either from the product or the services offered.

Intellectual Property Litigation - IP litigation involves disputes relating to the protected creations of the human mind, including discoveries, inventions, artistic works, processes, and products. Since IP is protected by state and central laws, these disputes are litigated in both court systems, as well as by arbitration.

Financial Litigation - Financial litigation typically arises out of claims and investigations against entities and individuals which concern money and financial transactions including over specific loans, trades, transactions or financial products, or disputes or investigations concerning stock and commodities exchanges, pricing, mortgage lenders, consumer finance companies, credit card companies, payment processing and multi-currency service etc.

Services offered by our Associate Lawyers

For arbitration :-
  • Assistance in seeking urgent interim reliefs from courts and tribunals.
  • Strategy Formulation
  • Documentation and representation in domestic and international commercial arbitration, within and outside India.
  • Aids in mediation and settlement processes between parties.
  • Assistance in setting aside or execution of Awards within and outside India.
For Litigation :-
  • Assistance in strategising tax / business / corporate litigation
  • Explore alternative tax dispute resolution avenues
  • Assisting counsels in preparing / representing appeals / petitions before high courts and Supreme Court.

FAQ :-

What is Litigation?

Litigation is the term used to describe proceedings initiated between two opposing parties to enforce or defend a legal right. Litigation is typically settled by agreement between the parties, but may also be heard and decided by a jury or judge in court.

How many areas are covered under Litigation?
  • Civil Litigation
  • Criminal Litigation
  • Corporate Litigation
  • IPR Litigation
What is Arbitration?

Arbitration is a procedure in which a dispute is submitted, by agreement of the parties, to one or more arbitrators who make a binding decision on the dispute.

How many arbitrators arev required to be appointed?

One and three are the most common numbers of arbitrators. The disputing parties hand over their power to decide the dispute to the arbitrator(s).

What is the process of Arbitration?

Arbitration is a time-tested, cost-effective alternative to litigation. Arbitration is the submission of a dispute to one or more impartial persons for a final and binding decision, known as an "award." Awards are made in writing and are generally final and binding on the parties in the case.

Information

Litigation is a standard legal process where a judge or jury renders the decision on the parties’ dispute inside a public courtroom. lawyers will work in consultation with their client and represent their case and best interests to the court, with either a judge or a jury to get their client a favourable outcome. Litigation initiates when an individual infringes the right of another person or harassment or defamation or harm him/her by any other way.

Arbitration involves two parties in a dispute who agree to work with a disinterested third party in an attempt to resolve the dispute. In arbitration, there may be one or more arbitrators who hear both sides of the issue and who make a decision.

For any successful business with amicable environment between the partners this services are required if any dispute arises in future so the provision is required to be maintained.We have a full fldged team of experts to handle litigation and arbitration services in all the respective areas.

  • Cost-effective corporate legal services
  • Real-time performance
  • Business intelligence tools
  • Smoothly management of complex case
  • Preservation of Business Relationship

Commercial Litigation - Business disputes whether it involves a breach of contract claim, a shareholder issue, a business tort, any other claim which can be complex and time consuming.

Tax Litigation - Tax litigation broadly describes the practice of resolving tax disputes with central, state, local, and foreign tax authorities. A tax controversy may involve a business (whether for-profit or not-for-profit), trust, estate, or individual, and can result from any form of taxation, including income tax, Goods & Service Tax, local property tax etc.

Corporate Litigation - Corporate litigation involves multitude tort and contract issues which a corporation may face the course over its life such as securing agreement on wage, work hours, contest or negotiating claims, Corporate land issues, premises liability to disputes with landlords or regulators, Matters where a buyer or consumer sustains damage either from the product or the services offered.

Intellectual Property Litigation - IP litigation involves disputes relating to the protected creations of the human mind, including discoveries, inventions, artistic works, processes, and products. Since IP is protected by state and central laws, these disputes are litigated in both court systems, as well as by arbitration.

Financial Litigation - Financial litigation typically arises out of claims and investigations against entities and individuals which concern money and financial transactions including over specific loans, trades, transactions or financial products, or disputes or investigations concerning stock and commodities exchanges, pricing, mortgage lenders, consumer finance companies, credit card companies, payment processing and multi-currency service etc.

Services offered by our Associate Lawyers
For arbitration :-
  • Assistance in seeking urgent interim reliefs from courts and tribunals.
  • Strategy Formulation
  • Documentation and representation in domestic and international commercial arbitration, within and outside India.
  • Aids in mediation and settlement processes between parties.
  • Assistance in setting aside or execution of Awards within and outside India.
For Litigation :-
  • Assistance in strategising tax / business / corporate litigation
  • Explore alternative tax dispute resolution avenues
  • Assisting counsels in preparing / representing appeals / petitions before high courts and Supreme Court.
What is Litigation?

Litigation is the term used to describe proceedings initiated between two opposing parties to enforce or defend a legal right. Litigation is typically settled by agreement between the parties, but may also be heard and decided by a jury or judge in court.

How many areas are covered under Litigation?
  • Civil Litigation
  • Criminal Litigation
  • Corporate Litigation
  • IPR Litigation
What is Arbitration?

Arbitration is a procedure in which a dispute is submitted, by agreement of the parties, to one or more arbitrators who make a binding decision on the dispute.

How many arbitrators arev required to be appointed?

One and three are the most common numbers of arbitrators. The disputing parties hand over their power to decide the dispute to the arbitrator(s).

What is the process of Arbitration?

Arbitration is a time-tested, cost-effective alternative to litigation. Arbitration is the submission of a dispute to one or more impartial persons for a final and binding decision, known as an "award." Awards are made in writing and are generally final and binding on the parties in the case.