Full-Service Law Firm in New Delhi, India
Law Firm OverviewRautray & Co. is a full-service law firm located in New Delhi, India. It has enormous experience in handling International Commercial Arbitration and Construction Arbitration. It has associate offices in other major cities of India including Mumbai. The firm has also advised clients on enforcement of foreign arbitral awards under the New York Convention.
Besides handling arbitration and litigation matters, the firm has represented clients on a broad range of issues and has handled most complex and technical projects, transactions (including mergers and amalgamation), intellectual property issues and disputes. The firm has assisted international law firms in executing Letters of Request issued under the Hague Convention on the Taking of Evidence Abroad in Civil and Commercial matters.
Attorneys of the firm have been instructed as counsel in connection with many high-profile matters before the Supreme Court of India in Special Leave Petitions and various State High Courts. The firm has acted for multinational companies in several arbitrations and is presently advising a Chinese multinational in a power project. Rautray & Co. is presently handling arbitration matters for a Swiss subsidiary in Oil and Gas sector and metro rail project.
The firm attorneys are committed to skillfully and swiftly negotiating and mediating on behalf of clients. The firm's diverse team of attorneys offers a wealth of experience and knowledge, which means that clients can rest assured there is a specialist for their unique legal needs. Rautray & Co. values friendly, attentive service and devoted representation of its clients. The firm shows an ability to deconstruct confusing and difficult legal problems in an effort to provide exceptional results for every client.
Year this Office was Established: 1999
Languages: Hindi, Punjabi, Oriya, English
Areas of Law
Additional Areas of Law: Restrictive Trade Practices; Exchange Control Regulations; Enforcement Laws; International Commercial Arbitration; Infrastructure Projects; Transfer of Technology; Company Law; Amalgamation and Takeovers; Anti-Dumping; Power.
Mrs. Ginny J. Rautray
Commercial Law, Construction Law, Tax
- Delhi Bar Association
- Supreme Court Bar Association
- Delhi High Court Bar Association
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Prior to the enactment of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 (“Act”) the enforcement of foreign awards were governed by the Arbitration (Protocol and Convention) Act, 1937 and the Foreign Awards (Recognition and Enforcement) Act, 1961 (“1961 Act”). The law on annulment of domestic awards was governed by the Indian Arbitration Act, 1940 (“1940 Act”). The 1961 Act was enacted by the Indian Legislature to implement the New York Convention.Read Article
Notwithstanding the earlier request to the Central Authority it is open to either party to request the judicial authority of the contracting state to issue a fresh letter of request for taking evidence directly to the High Court of the State in which the witness resides or carries on its business. The fresh letter of request addressed to the concerned High Court of the Indian State would be executable under the provisions of the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 (‘Code’).Read Article
Letters of Request; Service and Taking of Evidence Abroad in Commercial Matters – Indian Perspective
Letters of Request is a formal communication in writing sent by the Court in which action is pending to a foreign court or Judge requesting the testimony of a witness residing within the jurisdiction of that foreign court may be formally taken thereon under its direction and transmitted to the issuing court making such request for use in a pending legal contest or action.Read Article
Appointment of arbitrator(s) under the Indian Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 through court assistance. I. Introduction - Arbitration may be defined as “the process by which a dispute or difference between two or more parties as to their mutual legal rights and liabilities is referred to and determined judicially and with binding effect by the application of law by one or more persons (the arbitral tribunal) instead of by a court of law”.Read Article