Jatin Kochhar


Practice Overview

As an Advocate and a Partner at RPV Legal, Jatin brings extensive experience and expertise of the legal industry to the table. He holds a BA & LLB degree from a premier National Law University in India and has a specialized diploma in “International Commercial Arbitration” from the Indian Council of Arbitration.

Jatin has successfully dealt with matters related to business & commercial laws, sports & gaming laws, maritime laws, insurance laws, corporate advisory, and dispute resolution. He excels at developing creative case strategies and drafting case briefs. He regularly advises both domestic and international clients from various sectors, including construction & engineering, oil & gas, infrastructure, real estate, and pharmaceuticals/life Sciences.

His expertise extends to handling complex arbitrations under ad hoc and institutional rules (LCIA, SIAC, DIAC etc.) and arbitration-related litigation before courts in India. He often appears before various High Courts, Civil Courts, and Tribunals across the country. His clients appreciate his tendency in navigating the complexities of the legal system with a blend of strategic acumen and agile thinking.

In the realm of Sports Law, he has ably advised notable Cricket Institutions such as DDCA, Hyderabad Cricket Association, Chhattisgarh State Cricket Sangh, as well as various “Fantasy Sports” companies. He also serves as a Special Counsel for a High-Powered Committee set up by the Supreme Court of India, overseeing the transfer of captive animals within the Territory of India.

Further, he has also acted as Secretary/Assistant to the Arbitral Tribunal in over 40 domestic and international arbitrations under both Indian and foreign law. His role also involves advising distinguished law firms, General Counsel, and boards of leading corporations on complex legal issues pertaining to municipal and international laws. He has assisted in preparation of expert opinions on matters of Indian and international commercial laws before foreign courts and international tribunals including US Federal Courts, Appellate Courts in England & Wales, Permanent Court of Arbitration, INTERPOL etc.

Jatin is committed in ensuring that every client receives the best possible advice and representation. His broad range of experience, combined with his dedication to the law, allows him to effectively advocate for his clients and achieve their desired outcomes.


With almost a decade of distinguished professional experience, Jatin brings an incisive understanding of the complexities of multi-jurisdictional disputes to his clients in Indian and foreign courts, as well as international arbitral tribunals.

Jatin's focus lies in representing clients in diverse legal disputes that cross national borders. His expertise in international law regimes has enabled him to successfully advocate for his clients' interests, regardless of where the jurisdictional challenges arise. His work spans across various industries, dealing with multinational corporations and sovereign states grappling with cross-border disputes, jurisdictional conflicts, and enforcement of judgments.

He is an active member of several esteemed legal bodies, contributing to the progression of transnational litigation and dispute resolution on a global scale. As a thought leader, he regularly authors articles in prominent legal journals, sharing his knowledge and experience.

Due to confidentiality constraints, there are limitations on the information that can be disclosed regarding Jatin's practice in this area.

Notable Works

  • Acted for a sovereign state/head of state in a complex international litigation concerning a mega cross-border fraud and asset tracing, freezing and recovery.
  • Acted for a state-owned entity concerning the enforcement of an arbitral award in the Netherlands.
  • Advised a global biopharmaceutical major concerning patient confidentiality and privacy under Indian laws in a motion for a temporary restraining order and preliminary injunctive relief before the United States District Court- Southern District of New York.
  • Advised an international oil and gas exploration company on various aspects of Indian law and interpretation of a Production Sharing Agreement in enforcement proceedings before the United States District Court of Columbia.
  • Advised a major financial  institution on issues of Indian commercial laws in proceedings before the High Court of England and Wales.
  • Worked as part of the international legal team and assisted in preparation of expert report in an inter-state arbitration under Annex VII of the United National Convention on the law of the Sea (UNCLOS)- PCA Case No. 2015 28: The ‘Enrica Lexie’ Incident (Italy v. India).
  • Acted for India's leading steam coal importer before the Supreme Court of India against a leading Swiss energy and commodities trader in proceedings concerning the enforcement of a London-seated foreign arbitral award.
  • Advised a leading Indian multi format retailer on issues of Indian law in a SIAC arbitration with the world's leading technology and e-commerce company.
  • Dispute between a leading Singapore-based international luxury hotel management and operations company and a leading Indian retail mall developer.
  • Ad hoc arbitration between a mining lessee and the mine development company concerning the breach of the mining contract.
  • Two consolidated arbitrations between a French global energy management company and a leading Indian renewable energy major concerning two solar power plants.
  • Two consolidated arbitrations concerning a Production Sharing Agreement between India’s biggest energy conglomerate and a leading upstream oil and gas company.
  • ICC arbitration concerning a project for setting up a sinter plant between India's largest steel
    producer and a consortium of Indian and German engineering and construction contractors.
  • Advised a leading manganese ore trader with mining interests in Africa against a leading Hong Kong-based commodities trader concerning the enforcement of a SIAC award.
  • Advised the Director of a Singapore-based technology company in setting aside proceedings concerning a post-M&A dispute under Singapore Law.
  • Advised a global technology consulting and digital solutions company in the enforcement of an ICC award seated in DIFC against a UAE-based EPC contractor.
  • Dispute between a Hong Kong based trading major and a leading Indian e-commerce company concerning the breach of Brand and Technical License Agreement.

Jatin's practice primarily focuses on commercial dispute resolution, corporate finance, mergers & acquisitions, corporate governance, and business restructuring. He has represented a diverse portfolio of clients that includes startups, SMEs, and multinational corporations across various industries.

Jatin is a trusted legal advisor to HNIs, C suite executives and boards embroiled in complex business situations. He consistently brings a blend of strategic acumen and legal insight to provide his clients with solutions that are not only legally sound, but also commercially viable. His specialization in commercial and transactional disputes brings high proficiency to corporate matters, ensuring optimal outcomes before courts and tribunals.

Jatin has significant experience in mergers & acquisitions. He has guided many businesses through the complexities of business combinations, ensuring legal compliance while optimizing financial outcomes. He also provides valuable advice in corporate finance, helping his clients understand and navigate the legal implications of raising capital. He advises corporations on adherence to regulatory standards, ensuring they operate ethically and legally while achieving their business objectives.

Due to confidentiality constraints, there are limitations on the information that can be disclosed regarding Jatin's practice in this area.

Notable Works

  • Acted for an Agri-tech company concerning a mega commercial plantation project in Northeast India.
  • Advised an Indian company concerning the acquisition of a South African company’s controlling stake in a prominent beverage company in India.
  • Advised a consortium of investors with interests in hospitality concerning an over USD 800 million purchase bid of an iconic hotel property in New York City from its India-based owners.
  • Advised a Singaporean company concerning a government bid to procure and supply health equipment in India.
  • Advised a leading energy company in India on post-acquisition issues concerning the state's imposition of land transfer fees.
  • Advised one of the largest telecom majors in India concerning the Supreme Court of India’s decision on the Adjusted Gross Revenue for levying License fees and Spectrum Usage Charges.
  • Advised a South African entity on issues concerning the acquisition of  a majority stake in the Indian subsidiary of a leading Construction & Engineering company engaged in a mega infrastructure development project.
  • Advised the Director of a leading Indian luxury hotel group concerning a case of oppression and mismanagement.
  • Advised a Special Purpose Vehicle (a joint venture between two notable Indian business corporations undertaking a major road development project) on a commercial dispute with the state regarding the interpretation of the concession agreement and revenue sharing from toll collection.
  • Acted for the promoters of one of the largest luxury goods manufacturers in the Middle East in disputes relating to the Family Business Governance Agreement and apportionment of multi-billion-dollar group assets spread worldwide.
  • Advised a leading global audit firm concerning the applicability and interpretation of a specific provision in Indian company laws in a case concerning a multi-billion-dollar financial fraud.
  • Advised a leading Indian housing finance company concerning disclosure requirements for listed companies under SEBI (Listing Obligations and Disclosure Requirements) Regulations, 2015
  • Advised in the acquisition of a controlling stake in a leading industrial development bank in India by a state-owned insurance company.
  • Advised one of the world's leading EPC contractors concerning the imposition of liquidated damages in a turnkey contract for a supercritical thermal plant.
  • Acted for a leading real estate developer in Northern India in proceedings before various courts and tribunals in disputes on the sale and auction of one of the most expensive commercial real estate in central Delhi.
  • Advised a leading real estate developer in Delhi (NCR) concerning a complex asset swap scheme with another prominent developer involving a mega township project.
  • Advised an Indian business enterprise on the acquisition of industrial assets from the United Kingdom.
  • Joint Venture dispute between a real estate major and a leading retail and hospitality company.
  • Acted for a religious trust on issues concerning breach of a construction contract by a leading Indian construction and engineering contractor concerning the construction of the world's tallest religious skyscraper.
  • Acted for India's leading battery manufacturer in proceedings before the commercial court and the High Court in disputes relating to the invocation of bank guarantee.
  • Acted for the largest international airport in India in issues concerning the online sale and purchase of duty-free liquor and the interpretation and application of the relevant laws.
  • Acted for one of the busiest airports in India in a significant commercial dispute with airline operators.
  • Advised India's leading construction company concerning the interpretation and application of termination and force majeure clauses in a significant metro construction contract.
  • Acted for a South Africa-linked green technology company in relation to the development of two green sustainable township projects in North-East India.

Jatin is a seasoned practitioner in the field of Domestic and International Arbitration, bringing unique expertise and perspective to his clients from his multifaceted experience. Having acted as counsel and
assistant/secretary to the tribunal in over  80 international arbitration proceedings across multiple jurisdictions, including India, Singapore, London, Paris, DIFC, Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, Bhutan, and
Nepal, his breadth of experience is extraordinary.

Jatin's experience includes both ad hoc and institutional arbitration rules. His exposure to such diverse arbitration proceedings has equipped him with a deep understanding of the intricacies and nuances that help him in getting the desired outcome in arbitration disputes. This experience extends to arbitration- related litigations before Indian and foreign courts, demonstrating his adeptness in navigating different legal landscapes.

One of Jatin's unique attributes is his extensive background as a tribunal secretary and assistant to arbitral tribunals. This role has allowed him to work closely with esteemed arbitrators from both common and civil law jurisdictions, granting him valuable insights into the strategic and procedural considerations that underpin successful arbitration proceedings.

With regards to enforcement and setting aside proceedings worldwide, Jatin provides strategic and actionable advice, representing clients' interests vigorously. His practical and comprehensive approach ensures clients are well-positioned to enforce arbitration awards or resist enforcement when necessary.

Notable Works

  • Dispute between a process equipment manufacturer (of pressure vessel, columns etc.) and a Joint Venture with respect to the calculation and payment of CENVAT Credit under CENVAT Credit Rules, 2004.
  • Disputes between a major General Insurance Company and one of Asia’s largest Petrochemical conglomerate concerning a business interruption claim arising out of a Mega Package Insurance Policy.
  • Ad hoc arbitration arising out of a lease dead and Term Sheet executed between one of the world’s leading independent commodity trading & logistics houses and a leading real estate developer-cum-land owner in India.
  • Dispute between a Construction Company and one of India’s largest Petroleum Refining Company with respect to construction of Non-Plant buildings.
  • An ad hoc arbitration between a state-owned power generation corporation and a construction contractor (joint venture between two construction and engineering majors from Austria and India) concerning a 520 MW Hydropower project.
  • Dispute between a Construction Company and Central Works Public Department with respect to an EPCC Contract.
  • A multi-billion-dollar ad hoc arbitration between a Russian state owned industrial conglomerate and an Indian state-owned energy major concerning the construction of a Mega Power Plant.
  • Two consolidated arbitrations under ICC Rules between a Slovenian heavy machinery manufacturer and an Indian engineering, construction and infrastructure major.
  • Dispute between a foreign state nuclear corporation and a leading  Indian business conglomerate- Hong Kong seated arbitration.
  • Ad hoc arbitration between a major General Insurance company and one of the world’s largest Petrochemical conglomerates concerning a business interruption claim arising out of a Mega Package Insurance Policy.
  • LCIA arbitration between an Indian pharmaceutical major and an Italy linked global biopharmaceutical company concerning the breach of an exclusive distribution agreement.
  • Two consolidated ad hoc arbitrations between a Singapore based trading company and an Indian manufacturer and supplier of furnace consumables.
  • Ad hoc arbitration between a leading Indian marketing and events company and a US-linked entity
  • UNCITRAL arbitration concerning multiple disputes arising between an Indian energy major and a Swiss global engineering conglomerate concerning the construction of a grassroots oil refinery.
  • ICC arbitration between a consortium of two Japanese & Indian companies and an Indian state- owned entity concerning engineering, procurement and construction of a 600 km rail.
  • SIAC arbitration arising from a Shareholders Agreement between a Mauritius-based investment fund and an Indian construction major.
  • Ad hoc arbitration between one of the world's largest oilfield services companies and an Indian Oil & Gas major concerning the exploration of shale gas reserves.
  • ICA arbitration between a Singapore-based trading major and India's largest state-owned trading corporation concerning the supply of imported steam coal of Indonesian origin to India.
  • Ad hoc arbitration between a leading Chinese Construction and Engineering company and an Indian Aluminium major concerning the construction of a captive power plant.
  • Ad hoc arbitration emanating from an EPC Contract between a leading construction contractor in India and the National Highways Authority in a dispute concerning delay and price escalation.
  • Two consolidated arbitrations between an Indian gas line transmission company and a consortium of a leading Indian and Iranian EPC contractor concerning the high-pressure natural gas pipeline construction.
  • Two consolidated arbitrations concerning two major expressway construction projects in India.
  • LCIA arbitration concerning a supply contract between a German and an Indian company.
  • Two consolidated ad hoc arbitrations between the Indian subsidiary of a leading Canadian construction consulting company and an Indian infrastructure company concerning a contract for consultancy services.
  • Dispute between a leading textile industry and a State-owned Insurance Company. Dispute emanated from various Insurance Polices between the two parties.
  • Assisting in arbitration between a power & gas major and a Maharatna Government of India Undertaking, in relation to contract for laying of pipelines and associated works for City Gas Distribution Project.

Jatin is a leading expert in the field of Extradition, Mutual Legal Assistance, and INTERPOL matters. With a strong track record of handling high-profile cases, Jatin brings a wealth of expertise to clients facing some of the most complex and sensitive legal issues in international law.

Jatin has accumulated significant experience in dealing with extradition cases, particularly involving Indian nationals declared as fugitive economic offenders. He understands the intricacies of extradition law and procedures and has demonstrated exceptional skill in safeguarding the rights of his clients throughout extradition proceedings.

One of Jatin's standout competencies is his ability to deal effectively with INTERPOL matters. He has a strong success rate in assisting clients with challenges related to data access, correction/deletion, and the cancellation of Interpol Red Notices and Diffusions. His strategic approach and nuanced understanding of INTERPOL's workings offer his clients the best chance of a positive outcome.

Moreover, Jatin has a proven track record in dealing with Mutual Legal Assistance in criminal matters. His expertise in this area spans across various international cases involving mutual legal assistance treaties and cross-border financial crimes investigations. These cases often entail complex issues of fraud, anti-bribery, anti money laundering, and conflicts of interest. He has represented numerous prominent individuals, entrepreneurs, and C-suite executives in these multifaceted and high-stake cases.

His knowledge of both domestic and international law, coupled with a comprehensive understanding of treaty obligations and processes, places Jatin in a unique position to advise clients on international cooperation in criminal matters. His strategic insight and attention to detail are invaluable in navigating the legal and procedural hurdles that such cases present.

Due to the confidential and sensitive nature of Jatin's practice in this area, there are limitations on the information that can be disclosed.

Notable Works

  • Acted for an Indian business tycoon and former politician facing extradition to India concerning claims for international protection.
  • Advised a prominent Indian defence contractor concerning extradition proceedings under the UK-India extradition treaty.
  • Acted for two prominent Belgian residents on proceedings before the CCF, Interpol, for cancellation of Red Notices issued at the request of NCB, India, on allegations of a multi-billion-dollar cross-border financial fraud and money laundering.
  • Advised a former diamantaire (declared a fugitive economic offender and the subject of an extradition effort by the Indian government from the UK on allegations of a multi-billion-dollar fraud and money laundering) concerning claims for international protection.
  • Acted for the C-suite executives of a leading Indian business conglomerate concerning investigative requests by a foreign state made under the Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty and in proceedings before the Commission for Control of Interpol Files (CCF), Interpol for cancellation of Diffusion Notices issued by the National Central Bureau (NCB) of a foreign state on charges of cross border financial fraud and money laundering.

Jatin's sports and gaming practice revolves around providing legal and policy advisory services to prominent sports associations and Fantasy gaming companies in India. This includes serving as a trusted advisor to a leading fantasy sports platforms and other significant players in the “game of skill” domain. Drawing from his experience as an advisor to the office of the Ombudsman for three prominent cricket associations in India, Jatin brings valuable insights to his clients. Jatin's expertise in this field allows him to offer strategic guidance and counsel in navigating India's legal and regulatory landscape of sports and gaming.

Notable Works

  • Advised Delhi & District Cricket Association in day-to-day affairs and complaints to the Office of Ombudsman
  • Advised Hyderabad Cricket Association in conducting enquiries against certain Office bearers in complaints before the Ombudsman
  • Acted as Assistant Electoral Officer for conducting General Elections in Chhattisgarh State Cricket Sangh
  • Advised various Fantasy Sports Platforms regarding legality of Fantasy Gaming and laws applicable therein

Jatin has expertly provided strategic advice and representation to clients grappling with defamation claims and reputational risks. His robust understanding of defamation laws, paired with his shrewd legal strategy, allows for effective guidance through the complexities of both defending against and pursuing defamation claims. Beyond this, Jatin is instrumental in proactively managing reputational risks. He offers bespoke strategies that encompass crisis management, media relations, and communication, thus ensuring his clients are well-protected and prepared for any contingencies that may affect their public standing.

The sensitive nature of much of Jatin’s work in this practice area limits the information that can be disclosed.

Notable Works

  • Acted for one of the world’s largest business conglomerates in multiple cases of civil and criminal defamation against various Indian and global media outlets and persons concerning allegedly defamatory and factually incorrect publications.
  • Acted for one of the world’s largest non-profit organizations and its office bearers in civil and criminal defamation proceedings in India.
  • Acted for a former C-suite executive in criminal defamation proceedings against a leading Indian financial services company.

Jatin is an expert in Asset Recovery, Enforcement, Global Investigations, and White-Collar Defence. He is adept at advising clients on asset tracing, recovery, and preservation, including procuring injunctive relief, worldwide asset freezing orders, and search and seizure orders. His proficiency in managing enforcement proceedings before Indian and foreign courts is commendable. Jatin also excels in conducting sensitive internal investigations and handling regulatory and criminal probes.

He provides strategic counsel to clients for internal investigations, response to government inquiries, and effective mitigation of reputational risks. With an intimate understanding of the regulatory landscape and proven success in managing intricate cross-border investigations, Jatin brings an exceptional edge to this practice. As a pivotal figure in our firm's white-collar defence team, Jatin specializes in guiding clients through the maze of criminal investigations and prosecutions related to white-collar crimes, providing strategic advice and representation every step of the way.

Due to the sensitive nature of much of Jatin's work in this field, there may be limitations on the information that can be disclosed.

Notable Works

  • Acted for a leading Indian investment and financial company in an internal inquiry concerning allegations of financial misconduct and violation of foreign exchange laws.
  • Acted for a C-Suite executive of a Canada and UK-linked Indian financial services company concerning an internal inquiry relating to allegations of professional misconduct and conflict of interest.
  • Acted for a leading real estate lender concerning an internal inquiry initiated against a C-suite executive for allegations of corruption and violation of the employee code of conduct.
  • Acted for the President of one of Asia’s most expensive residential housing societies in a politically sensitive case before the High Court and the Supreme Court of India concerning allegations of massive real estate fraud.
  • Acted for the Chairman, Director, and Senior Executive of a leading mining and trading company in India in criminal proceedings initiated by the Central Bureau of Investigation concerning allegations of bribery and corruption.
  • Acted as secretary/special counsel to a court-appointed High Powered Committee led by a former judge of the Supreme Court of India to investigate a significant case of real estate fraud affecting thousands of investors.
  • Advised a foreign state concerning global enforcement proceedings and execution of a worldwide freezing order.
  • Advised the former Chairman of one of the world’s largest liquor makers (declared a fugitive economic offender in India) in multiple legal proceedings in India and UK concerning bankruptcy, money laundering, debt enforcement and claims for international protection.
  • Acted for an Indian public sector bank in proceedings concerning attachment of mortgaged properties as proceeds of crime by the Enforcement Directorate in India under the anti-money laundering laws.
  • Acted for the aggrieved investors against a prominent real estate developer facing charges of fraud and cheating in a multi-million-dollar real estate investment fraud case.
  • Advised a prominent UAE-based entrepreneur with interests in finance and manufacturing concerning criminal proceedings emanating from an alleged willful default on a loan facility in India.
  • Acted for a prominent individual facing charges of corruption and money laundering in a significant scam in India concerning medical entrance examination, admission and recruitment.
  • Acted for a prominent land aggregator in India in multiple proceedings before various tribunals and courts, including the Supreme Court of India, concerning allegations of money laundering arising from India’s biggest spot exchange scam.
  • Advised a prominent businessperson with interests in aviation, hospitality and real estate concerning one of the first proceedings in India under the Black Money Act.
  • Acted for a Dominican HNI in a plea for anticipatory bail before the Supreme Court of India concerning allegations of cross-border cyber and crypto fraud in the United States and India.
  • Acted for the directors and guarantors of a leading food manufacturer concerning criminal investigation for fraudulent misappropriation of finance facility.

Jatin brings a wealth of experience and strategic acumen to a wide range of cases involving intricate financial issues, representing financial and operational creditors, corporate debtors, and personal guarantors. In the sphere of debt recovery, his diligent approach, combined with a thorough understanding of the laws and procedures, has enabled him to deliver significant recoveries for his clients. He is well-versed in all stages of the debt recovery process, ensuring that his clients' interests are vigilantly safeguarded.

Jatin's prowess extends to insolvency proceedings, both domestically and cross-border. He has acted in numerous insolvency proceedings in India, guiding clients through the complexities of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code. His proficiency in cross-border insolvency matters is a testament to his understanding of global insolvency laws and his ability to navigate diverse legal landscapes. His role in advising resolution professionals and committees of creditors on complex insolvency matters showcases his comprehensive understanding of this field. Jatin’s depth of knowledge, combined with his strategic approach, enables him to devise solutions that are innovative yet compliant with the requisite regulations.

He is adept at leading complex corporate restructurings and litigation, successfully guiding companies through transformation and turnarounds. His ability to devise strategies that are effective and compliant makes him an invaluable asset for businesses under distress.

Notable Works

  • Advised the resolution professional of an infrastructure major in India undergoing corporate insolvency concerning the admission of claims by creditors.
  • Advised a leading asset reconstruction company on various issues concerning debt enforcement and corporate insolvency.
  • Advised a Petrochemical major on issues pertaining to debts and non-performing assets amounting to USD 750 million.
  • Advised the world's leading integrated steel and mining company concerning its USD 5 billion acquisition bid of a debt-laden company undergoing insolvency.
  • Acted for a leading housing bank concerning enforcement of a financial debt before the National Company Law Tribunal.
  • Advised the former chairperson of India's largest spirits company and a defunct airline concerning personal bankruptcy proceedings before the High Court of England and Wales.

With a formidable background in this area, Jatin is particularly adept at advising on matters related to constitutional law, administrative law, and regulatory compliance in India. Jatin has represented numerous clients in significant litigation cases before the Indian courts, including the Supreme Court. His profound understanding of the constitutional framework and its interplay with various facets of public law enables him to deliver robust representation and strategic legal advice, striving for favourable outcomes.

Beyond litigation, Jatin offers advisory services to government bodies and stakeholders on policy development. His insights into the legislative process, coupled with his comprehensive understanding of regulatory landscapes, makes him a reliable advisor in the formation and implementation of public policy.

Jatin's expertise in regulatory compliance is another notable strength. He advises a broad range of clients, ensuring that their operations align with the applicable legal and regulatory frameworks. This involves assessing potential risks, formulating compliance strategies, and guiding clients through regulatory procedures.

As a public law and policy advocate, Jatin takes a proactive and strategic approach to problem-solving. He understands the broader societal and policy implications of legal issues, which allows him to provide advice that is not only legally sound but also mindful of the public interest.

Notable Works

  • Advised on legal and policy issues on the Mid-Day Meal scheme (free school lunch) under the National Food Security Act, including successful representation on behalf of a leading non-profit in the sector before the government authorities on crucial policy issues impacting over 2 million school-going children in India.
  • Special Counsel to a Supreme Court-appointed High Powered Committee led by a former judge of the Supreme Court of India for dealing with issues concerning the transfer and import of captive wild animals in India.
  • Acted for the aggrieved landowners in a multi-billion-dollar eminent domain dispute before the Supreme Court of India concerning a prominent land parcel in Mumbai, India.
  • Acted for a public charitable trust running the world’s biggest free school lunch programme in matters pertaining to government contracts before the Delhi High Court and the Supreme Court of India.
  • Acted as secretary/special counsel to a court-appointed High Powered Committee led by a former judge of the Supreme Court of India to investigate a significant case of real estate fraud affecting thousands of investors.
  • Acted in a petition seeking special leave to appeal before the Supreme Court of India in a case impugning a decision of the High Court on the administrative side concerning a court staff.

Research Work and Publications

In addition to his advisory and counsel work, Jatin is an active contributor to the knowledge base of the legal field. Here are some of his publications:

  • “Banks Are Now Amenable To The Jurisdiction Of RERA: Supreme Court Rules In Favour Of The Homebuyers” published on Mondaq on 05/04/2022.
  • “Court’s Power To Consider New Grounds For Setting Aside Arbitral Awards Under Section 37 Of Arbitration And Conciliation Act 1996: An Analysis” published on Mondaq on 01/04/2022.
  • “Legal Update: The New ICC Arbitration Rules 2021 comes with Noteworthy Upgrades” published on Mondaq on 15/12/2020.
  • “Restraints on the Arbitrability of Disputes in International Arbitration” published on Mondaq on 23/05/2020.
  • “Role of the National Courts in supporting the Arbitral Process” published on Mondaq on 21/05/2020.


  • Post Graduate Diploma in International Trade & Business Laws – Indian Society of International Law
  • Post Graduate Diploma in Alternate Dispute Resolution- Indian Council of Arbitration
  • Dual bachelor’s degree in law & humanities- Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law

Bar Admission, Professional Memberships

  • Advocate- Bar Council of India
  • Member- Supreme Court Bar Association
  • Member- Delhi High Court Bar Association
  • Member- International Bar Association

“Jatin is very efficient in advising on all aspects of and stages in a commercial dispute. He has exceptional knowledge of construction law and industry and is adept at managing the high volume paperwork involved in the project.” – Benchmark Litigation Asia Pacific, 2023

“Jatin is a very smart and knowledgeable lawyer. He has in-depth knowledge of complex legal problems. He is very diligent and serious in his field of work. He is always promptly responsive and very helpful as a partner. As a client, I felt at ease knowing that Jatin is handling my work.” - Benchmark Litigation Asia Pacific, 2023

“Jatin is a young, intelligent lawyer who deals with all the issues in detail. He has an eye for detail and has excellent research skills apart from having in-depth knowledge of various sub-streams of law.” - Benchmark Litigation Asia Pacific, 2023