Madhu Sweta has over a decade of experience as a Dispute Resolution Partner and is managing S & P litigation practice for individual and corporate clients. She has successfully counseled clients and argued cases before various forums, commissions and Courts including Supreme Court of India, High Courts and appellate tribunals. Alternative Dispute Resolution before national forums has been one of her area of expertise. She has been entrusted with arbitrations and commercial litigations on a pan India basis.
With her rich legal background, Madhu has specialized in dealing with disputes in Contracts with Government Authorities, Consulting agreements, Construction projects, Energy and Power. She also has been actively advising clients in various complex cases.
In her successful track record, she has counseled Ministries, Banks, Government Authorities including PSUs, Indian and foreign companies. Her prominent clients includes Simplot India LLC, Sig Sauer Inc., Sanmina Corporation, RCI India Pvt. Ltd, IJM (India) Infrastructure Ltd, Sri Maruti Wind Park Developers, Ingram Micro India Ltd, IDBI Bank etc. Her reputable clients also includes National Highways Authority of India, Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE) and Security Printing and Minting Corporation of India Limited (SPMCIL) etc.
Madhu frequently speaks in seminars, conferences and her articles have also got published in national and international journals.
Alternative Dispute Resolution
Infrastructure and Construction Disputes
Land Acquisition Disputes
Afcons Infrastructure Limited
Bentley New Delhi (Exclusive Motors Pvt Ltd)
Bureau of Energy Efficiency
CEZ Holdings Limited
Cinda Engineering and Construction Pvt. Ltd.
Supreme Court Bar Association
Delhi High Court Bar Association
Indian Council of Arbitration
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