Arbitration & ADR; corporate & commercial; public policy & regulation; restructuring & insolvency
A top-tier name in the insolvency and business restructuring, corporate law and governance, energy and resources, policy and regulation and technology/data privacy space, Manoj Kumar is acknowledged for his outstanding leadership, strategy and ability to find alternate solutions to the most critical and complex challenges across geographies.
Manoj is founder of Hammurabi & Solomon Partners and a visiting fellow at the Observer Research Foundation, vice chair of the Natural Resources Committee of the Inter-Pacific Bar Association, vice president of the Society of Construction Law UK – India, expert on the Inclusive Policy Lab of UNESCO, a visiting professor at the Indian Institute of Management, part of the India task force of the International Chamber of Commerce and the legal services committee of the Confederation of Indian Industry, an editorial board member of Thinkers 50 India and independent director on corporate boards.
He is a recipient of the prestigious Mahatma Gandhi Samman awarded at the House of Lords, London. He has also conferred with honorary professor of the Academic Union of Oxford, UK. He was named in the 100 Legal Luminaries of India, published by LexisNexis in 2016 and was named in India Business Law Journal’s A-List of top 100 lawyers of India for 2017, 2018, 2020 and 2021. Ranked as a Super Lawyer and one of the best managing partners in India, Manoj has received numerous recognitions from various highly esteemed publications and organisations such as Asian Legal Business, India Business Law Journal, Asialaw Leading Lawyers, Global Law Experts, Forbes India, BusinessWorld, India Corporate Counsel Association and many more.
An alum of the prestigious Harvard Business School and National Law School of India, Manoj is a distinguished author, teacher, arbitration expert, mediation expert, strategist, columnist, thought leader, and is called on by government bodies and top-of-the-line Indian and international institutions.