Commercial Litigation

COMMERCIAL LITIGATION – A BRIEF OUTLINE

Commercial litigation requires in-depth domain expertise in substantive law knowledge, sound grasp of legal strategies and court craft, and network of counsels and attorneys in the geographical location.  Client expects competent legal advice from Attorneys, to help achieve business objectives while confirming to applicable law, with reasonable cost & time estimates and probability for success.  PRA Law Offices provides competent litigation support at competitive fee structure, with reasonable time and costs estimation and have a successful litigation practice in niche areas.

PRA Law has an experienced team of litigation lawyers proficient in handling a wide range of litigations before most Courts and Tribunals. The litigation team handles litigation relating to diverse sectors including advertisement disputes, commercial disputes, competition, consumer disputes, criminal prosecution (contractual/commercial relationship & regulatory compliance), FMCG sector, infrastructure sector, indirect taxation, insurance, intellectual property rights, pharmaceuticals, real estate, regulatory laws, tenders, litigation against government/ governmental authorities (writ jurisdiction) and other areas.

HOW WE CAN HELP YOU 

PRA Law assists Clients in all aspects of commercial litigation including:

  • Advice on negotiations to resolve disputes.
  • Providing Litigation strategy and courses of action, including feasibility in the form of Lines of effort, in line with corporate objectives.
  • Foresee possible resistance/objections & evolve/calibrate strategy to achieve end results.
  • Representation before courts, tribunals and other judicial / quasi-judicial authorities in India including Supreme Court of India, all High Courts and District Courts, and specialised Tribunals.
  • Initiating proceedings for temporary/ permanent injunctions/stay orders from judicial authorities.
  • Enforcement of orders/judgments & appeal proceedings.
  • Effective representation before regulatory authorities.