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Singhania & Partners LLP is one of the leading law firms of India with offices in New Delhi, Bengaluru and Hyderabad in India. The firm provides legal services in Dispute Resolution (Litigation & Arbitration), Corporate and Commercial, M&A, Employment, Infrastructure, Intellectual Property and Project Finance.

It has a strong presence in Infrastructure (Roads & Highways, Railways, Ports and Shipyards), Aerospace, Defense, and Energy (Power, Oil & Gas) sectors. Over the years it has developed reputed practice in Banking & Financial Services, Information Technology and Real Estate industry. It is also coming up in the area of Food, Drugs & Cosmetics, Education and Healthcare as well. Clients include multinationals, Fortune 500 companies, domestic and international business, and government organizations.

It is sole Indian representative of TerraLex, Inc. (USA) which is a global network of 158 independent and quality Law Firms with more than 17,000 attorneys in nearly 100 countries. Firm is also member of Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArB) UK

The firm contests International and domestic commercial arbitrations before institutional and ad-hoc forums and has successful track record in enforcement of domestic and foreign arbitration awards.

It also provides comprehensive services in preventive compliance, regulatory enforcements and the representation of defendants and interested parties in litigation. Teams are equipped to handle variety of civil and criminal matters:

  • Antitrust/ Competition Matters
  • Bank Guarantees
  • Company Matters 
  • Consumer Matters
  • Contractual Disputes
  • Franchise & Dealership Agreements
  • Debt Recovery
  • Employment Disputes
  • Intellectual Property Litigation
  • Joint Venture Contracts
  • Merger Sanctions
  • Negotiable Instruments
  • Real Estate
  • Shareholders Disputes
  • Special Leave Petition
  • White Collar Crimes
  • Writ Petitions
Our Experts
Commercial Litigation and International Arbitration
+91 11 4747 1410 
General Commercial Litigation and Intellectual Property Litigation
+91 80 411 319 00 
International Arbitration and Contractual Disputes
+91 11 4747 1470 
Antitrust Litigation and Bank Guarantee Disputes
+91 11 4747 1480 
Construction Disputes
+91 11 4747 1428 
Company Law Board and Intellectual Property Litigation
+91 11 4747 1433 
General Commercial Litigation and Alternative Dispute Resolution
+91 11 4747 1412 
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