Ravi Singhania with over two decades of experience has been bequeathed with innumerable legal accolades and has been consistently rated as India’s top corporate-M&A, dispute resolution, and project finance lawyer. Ravi has the experience of being on the board of major Indian publicly traded companies and also of Indian subsidiaries of numerous Fortune 500 companies. He has been a legal counsel to World Bank, Ministries of Indian Government, Public Sectors Undertakings and Banks apart from large and medium private enterprises.
He is counted amongst top legal luminaries of India in independent surveys conducted by Lexis Nexis Publication and Indian Corporate Counsel Association. He regularly speaks in various fora and has to his credit, a number of publications in various national and international professional journals and magazines on Corporate-Commercial, Aviation and Employment Laws such as American Bar Association, Euro Money, International Corporate Commercial Law Review and The Law Review.
Ravi is a charter member of TiE-Delhi-NCR chapter which is founded by successful silicon valley entrepreneurs, corporate executives, and senior professionals and has 61 chapters in 18 countries. He has served in board positions in TerraLex Inc., American Bar Association, PHD Chambers of Commerce and Indian Council of Arbitration.
He has authored a book titled “Drafting of Contracts”- Templates with Drafting Notes published by Bloomsbury Professionals. The book provides practical tips for lawyers drafting Commercial Contracts with special emphasis on templates of important and day to day contracts.
Anti-trust and competition
Government and Regulatory
Mergers & Acquisitions
Standards & Poor’s
CNH Global (Erstwhile New Holland Fiat)
Inmarsat Solution PTE Limited
Denel (SOC) Ltd.
Supreme Court Bar Association
International Bar Association
American Bar Association
Solicitor, Supreme Court of England and Wales
Governing Body Member – Indian Council of Arbitration
Governing Board Member – TerraLex Inc. USA
Special Invitee, International Centre for Alternative Dispute Resolution
Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, UK
Managing Committee of PHD Chambers of Commerce in India
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