Sukrit specializes in dispute resolution with an emphasis on civil, corporate, and commercial disputes including advising on disputes arising out of complex regulatory frameworks. His key focus areas comprise Insolvency and Bankruptcy, Real Estate, Construction and Infrastructure, and Employment and Labour.
His practice sees him advising clients on strategizing and appearing before various courts with a significant focus on Supreme Court of India, numerous High Courts, NCLTs, NCLAT, NCDRC, CGITs, and various ad-hoc and institutional arbitral tribunals, amongst others. He has been assisting leading corporates on various complex and complicated matters pertaining to commercial disputes, and regularly advises on litigation prevention and litigation closure strategies. Prior to being called to the bar his experience ranged from working in India and abroad with international organisations including the United Nations. He has graduated from Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar and also holds an LLM in International Law from the University of Essex, United Kingdom.
▪ Advises financial creditors, operational creditors, corporate debtors and guarantors as well as resolution professionals on legal proceedings emanating from Insolvency and Bankruptcy regime that are being contested before various NCLTs and NCLAT.
▪ Represents clients from IT/ITeS, Hospitality, Telecom industries amongst others in commercial arbitrations.
▪ Strategized and represented clients in corporate disputes pertaining to oppression and operational mismanagement before various NCLTs.
▪ Advised and represented in litigations concerning labour laws emanating from revision of minimum wages in Minimum Wages Act, 1948, Payment of Wages Act, 1936, before various high courts.
▪ Advises and represents leading real-estate developer entities on a wide-range of disputes from consumer litigation, regulatory proceedings before municipal corporations, town and country planning authorities, RERA, etc., to convening litigations before various civil courts, high courts, and the Supreme Court of India.