Rajat heads the dispute resolution practice at the firm. He joined the firm in 2001 and has spent more than 19 years practising law. His core practice is handling litigation and arbitration disputes.
He specialises in high-profile, high-value and complex ad hoc arbitrations, as well as institutional arbitrations arising from LCIA, ICC, SIAC, DIAC, CIETAC, JAMS, ICA, International Cotton Association, American Arbitration Association Rules, UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules and International Centre for Dispute Resolution International Arbitration Rules, among others.
His core practice is handling disputes involving insurance and reinsurance matters, equity funds, investment treaties, sovereign funds, charter parties, sports and media, white-collar crimes, construction, inter-government litigation, joint venture disputes, railways, insolvency proceedings, aviation, defence contracts, personal injury, employment and harassment, joint venture disputes, railways, aviation and defence contracts.
He has represented clients before the Supreme Court, high courts, consumer courts and other tribunals on cases concerning anti-arbitration injunctions, suits for injunction against letters of credit and challenge, challenges to arbitration awards, enforcement of foreign arbitral awards under Indian law, interim relief pending arbitration, trade disputes and writ petitions.