Abhishek Kumar has numerous domestic/ international arbitration awards and case wins to his credit. He regularly represents clients before Hon’ble Supreme Court of India and state High Courts. He has successfully represented matters before National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT), Government Authorities and other Statutory Tribunals like Debts Recovery Tribunal, National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission, and Labour Courts.
Abhishek has been repeatedly appreciated for his court craft and drafting & analytical skills. His practice spans across commercial litigation, contentious regulatory matters and investigations. Clients, colleagues and judges appreciate his in-depth knowledge of substantive and procedural aspects of law. Clients repose immense faith in his skills in pre-arbitration negotiations and focus on delivering cost-effective solutions. He has also acted in complex commercial and contractual disputes including joint ventures, infrastructure, mergers and acquisitions, recovery of debts and claims, disputes, and anti-trust litigations.
Over the years, he has developed a loyal clientele which include leading infrastructure players, major corporates, MNCs and Government Undertakings.
Intellectual Property Rights Litigation
Aksh Optifiber Limited
General Electric Company
Karam Chand Thapar Group
Oxford University Press
PNC Infratech Ltd.
Sig Sauer Inc.
Delhi High Court Bar Association
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