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Need help with a Business & Commercial Law matter in Delhi? You've come to the right place. Whether you are a Fortune 500 company, a small business, or a start-up, an experienced and seasoned business and commercial lawyer in our database can help with all aspects of running a business. They can assist in the formation of a business, the sale of a business and everything in between.  While they try to prevent disputes, they can also assist with commercial litigation. Examples of some of the disputes handled by Commercial Lawyers are:
     
  • Contract disputes: Examples include breach of contract and tortious specific performance  claims.
  • Professional practice disputes: Resolution of disputes in professional practices, such as medical, dental and legal. 
  • Shareholder and LLP membership disputes: Commercial Lawyers represent majority and minority shareholders and members and managers of accounting firms, law firms, medical practices and other partnerships.
  • Business torts: This involves cases of fraud, infringement claims, defamation, unfair competition and violation of non-compete agreements. 
  • International litigation:   Cross-border claims and international arbitration, appearing in foreign tribunals and forums such as the International Chamber of Commerce and the Center for International Dispute Resolution. 
  • Complex and multiple-party litigation: Our lawyers are capable of handling litigation involving multiple parties, claims, jurisdictions and other issues.
  • Franchise litigation: The relationship between franchisee and franchisor is complex and disputes may involve multiple areas of law. 
  • Embezzlement and employee fraud: When an employee engages in fraud or theft, lawyers in our Delhi database are creative in identifying third parties that may have enough assets to pay.
  • Misrepresentation and nondisclosure: Commercial lawyers in Helpline Law database have extensive experience in cases involving misrepresentation and nondisclosure in accounting, investments, real estate, sales of businesses, sales of artwork and other types of transactions.
  • Internet law claims: This includes claims ranging from defamation to trademark infringement to identify theft. 
  • Professional malpractice: Claims of negligence involving doctors, lawyers, dentists, engineers, architects and other professionals.

Alternatives to litigation: The best path to a positive conclusion is often through out-of-court negotiation, mediation or arbitration. Arbitration in India is governed by the law of arbitration in India which states that for adopting the arbitration as a dispute resolution mechanism, an agreement to that effect should be signed between the disputing parties. The parties can either opt for a separate arbitration agreement or include an arbitration clause in the main contract between the parties. Arbitration agreement or the arbitration clause should clearly state that the dispute will be resolved through arbitration only. Further, it should specify the number of arbitrator to be appointed and manner of their appointment. Arbitrators in India are to be appointed in odd numbers only. Arbitrator in India has to be an unbiased independent third party who resolves the disputes between the conflict parties in an impartial manner.

Arbitrations in India are either:

     
  • Ad hoc arbitrations. 
  • Institutional arbitrations.

Large commercial disputes in India are normally settled by ad hoc arbitrations with the Arbitration Act as the governing legislation. Some parties also opt for dispute resolution under the rules of a particular arbitration institution. Indian arbitration organizations include the:
     
  • Delhi International Arbitration Centre. 
  • Indian Council of Arbitration. 
  • Construction Industry Arbitration Council (CIAC). 
  • Indian Council of Arbitration (ICA).

Procedure of Arbitration in India:



Hierarchy of Courts in India handling business and commercial law related matters:

 
Address of Courts in Delhi:

                                                                                                           
NameDelhi Address
District Courts (Tis Hazari)Address: Kamla Nehru Ridge, Civil Lines, Bhiku Ram Jain Marg, New Delhi-110054, India
District Court (Patiala House Court)Address: India Gate, F-30C, Connaught Circus, Patiala House, Connaught Place, New Delhi-110001, India
District Court (Karkardooma)Address: Maharaja Surajmal Marg, Shahdara, New Delhi-110032, India
District Court (Rohini)Address: Rohini Court Complex, Block D, Sector 14, Rohini, New Delhi-110085, India
District Court (Saket)Address: District Court Complex, Saket, New Delhi-110017, India
District Court (Dwarka)Address: Dwarka Court Complex Sector-10, New Delhi-110075, India
High CourtAddress: Shershah Road, Near, India Gate, New Delhi-110503, India
Supreme Court of IndiaAddress: Tilak Marg, Supreme Court, Mandi House, New Delhi-110201, India

In business disputes are inevitable. Fortunately, most of the matters can be resolved outside of court. However, sometimes litigation becomes necessary and in such cases you can count on the experience and expertise of Helpline Law to connect you with the most suitable commercial lawyer who can guide you through the process so as to achieve the desired objectives.

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