Dispute Resolution



SUPERB ASSOCIATES dispute resolution team is the preferred partner for civil, criminal, commercial and constitutional disputes. We represent our clients across courts and tribunals and conduct arbitrations, mediations and negotiations on their behalf, within India and internationally. Our team is sought out for joint venture litigation, competition disputes and multi–jurisdictional arbitrations before the ICC, UNCITRAL, Singapore Court of International Arbitration and London Court of International Arbitration.

Our work spans every industry, including construction, real estate, IT, aviation, banking and finance and infrastructure.

Senior resources in the Dispute Resolution team are transaction lawyers who apply their understanding of contracts. This zeroes in on critical commercial issues to be able to evolve the right strategy. In the regulatory space, this is advantageous, since there is familiarity with regulatory regimes and the market approach to their applicability. Our in–house forensics team further facilitates our deep dives, giving equal weightage to evidentiary findings and research on law. Our clients directly benefit from the specialisation, years of varied experience and multiple perspectives.

The Practice

Our robust team advises clients on complex domestic and international commercial arbitration matters such as pre-arbitration strategy, settlement discussions,representation during arbitral proceedings and recognition and enforcement of awards or challenges.


Our expertise across regulatory framework in India transcends the businesses of banking and finance, insolvency and restructuring law, corporate law, competition law, environmental law, electricity law, data privacy and cyber security, financial services, fraud and financial crime or other laws. The dispute resolution practice works seamlessly with other practices within the firm to deliver focused and commercial advice to the client and also work closely with international law firm on international matters involving Indian laws.

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