Vikas with almost 25 years of experience heads the dispute resolution group at the firm. He has been appearing before Supreme Court of India, various appellate tribunals, and High Courts on several national/international arbitrations and litigation matters. He is a reputed name in corporate litigation, infrastructural arbitrations, contractual/ commercial disputes, recovery of debts and claims, labour disputes, bankruptcy, and insolvency procedures to name a few.
Vikas possesses appellate skills, in-depth knowledge of state courts, and practical business judgment, all of which contribute to delivery of cost-effective results to clients.
He advises Denel (SOC) Ltd., a company incorporated in and owned by Government of South Africa, UBL, Hong Kong; State Bank of India, National Highway Authority of India; Karam Chand Thapar Group, Boortmalt N.V.to name a few.
Atal Smriti Memorial set up in the honour of former Prime Minister, Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee felicitated Vikas for his exemplary contribution in the field of dispute resolution. The award was presented by Shri Shyam Jaju, National Vice President, Bharatiya Janta Party.
Ansal Buildwell Ltd.
Denel SOC Ltd.
NTS Scaffoldings Pvt. Ltd.
Patel Infrastructure Pvt. Ltd.
Security Printing and Minting Corporation of India Limited
Supreme Court Bar Association
Delhi High Court Bar Association
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