ESTABLISHED IN 1995
Total number of professionals: 65 (5 partners)
Principal office: New Delhi
Key practice areas
Anti-corruption & anti-bribery; arbitration & ADR; aviation; banking & finance; bankruptcy & insolvency; competition & antitrust; compliance; corporate & commercial; environment; infrastructure; mining; intellectual property; labour & employment; licensing & franchising; litigation; mergers & acquisitions; power & energy; private client; real estate; restructuring & insolvency; securitisation & structured finance; shipping; succession planning (family office); taxation; telecoms; white-collar crime.
Agarwal Law Associates is a leading full-service dispute resolution law firm with a wide practice spread across the Supreme Court, and many high courts and tribunals across India, and has been instrumental in various landmark cases.
The firm succeeded in the confirmation of an arbitral award of INR70 billion on behalf of Reliance Infrastructure in Delhi Airport Metro Express Ltd v Delhi Rail Corporation Ltd before both the Delhi High Court and Supreme Court. In another significant case, we represented Monsanto where its patent was reinstated. The firm has also appeared on behalf of healthcare and related service providers in cases relating to covid treatment pricing.
Independent intelligence on this law firm
The following information is sourced directly from India Business Law Journal and/or Law.asia and is not part of the directory listing provided by the law firm.
Agarwal Law Associates “is the go-to firm for complex India-related litigation and arbitration”, says Phillip D’Costa, a partner at Penningtons Manches Cooper.
This small New Delhi firm has two dispute resolution stalwarts in brothers Mahesh and Rishi Agarwal. A client who has used the services of both lawyers says, while Mahesh has an established Supreme Court practice, Rishi is the star of Delhi High Court. However, both are “very competent, always available for their clients and also flexible with their fees schedule”.
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