Aviral Tripathi



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Aviral is a legal professional focusing on Dispute Resolution, with an aptitude for Arbitration, Regulatory Litigation, and Commercial Litigation. He represents clients from a wide range of industries, including real estate, IT, logistics, telecom, FMCG, e-commerce, insurance, healthcare, automobile and energy. His clients come both from private and government sectors including listed / unlisted domestic and international companies.

Aviral brings a wealth of expertise to his clients, in successfully navigating and resolving complex litigations before a variety of Regulatory Tribunals, Commissions, Authorities, various District Courts, and the Supreme Court of India and High Courts throughout the country. His proficiency in strategizing and handling complex litigation matters is impressive, making him a valuable asset to any client in need of effective and efficient resolution of their disputes.

Representative Clients:
Aviral represents and advises several multinational as well as domestic companies including Teleperformance Global Services Pvt. Ltd., Savills, Eversheds Sutherland, Delhivery Ltd., G4S Secure Solutions, Ford Motor Company, Manikaran Power Limited, NOKIA Solutions and Networks India, Nissan Renault Financial Services Pvt. Ltd., H&M Hennes & Mauritz Retail Pvt. Ltd., Check Point Software Technologies Pvt. Ltd., C.K. Birla Healthcare Pvt. Ltd., Philips India Ltd., PNB MetLife India Insurance Co. Ltd., Ramco Systems Ltd., Zomato Ltd., Vishal Mega Mart, DHFL Pramerica Life Insurance Company Ltd. and several private white-collar clients.

Indicative Experience

  • Strategizing and managing litigation matters PAN-India.
  • Representing and advising clients in high stake Arbitration matters.
  • Advising clients regarding labour laws, internal company policies and various statutory regulations.
  • Drafting notices, written statements, applications, statement of claims/ defence, writs, appeals and replies thereof, on behalf of clients before various authorities, tribunals, commissions and court of laws.

Aviral Tripathi