Mr. Sugam Jha's substantial adeptness in dispute resolution procedures sets him apart. Mr. Jha regularly represents his clients on complex and contentious issues concerning general civil litigation, arbitration and criminal matters. He also advises his clients and strategizes dispute resolution processes encompassing wide spectrum of legal issues such as commercial and contractual disputes, service and employment disputes, family disputes, property disputes, service matters, matrimonial disputes.Mr. Jha has represented notable organizations like Bureau of Indian Standards, National Highways Authorities of India, Association of State Road Transport Undertaking. He has also opined on disputes involving in Media and Entertainment Law, Cyberlaw, Sports Law etc.His diverse practice spreads across the Supreme Court of India, the High Court of Delhi, District Courts in Delhi, NCDRC, NGT, CAT, and other tribunals/ forums.Mr. Jha consistently chairs/judges various Moot Court Competitions and Parliamentary Debates. He regularly speaks and addresses the contemporary legal issues at various seminars, public platforms and at law schools.
SUGAM has experience in the following areas:
Anti-bribery and corruption (contentious), Arbitration, Commercial, Commercial (general), Competition / anti-trust, Competition / anti-trust, Compliance and risk management, construction and infrastructure, Construction and infrastructure, Corporate and commercial (contentious), Disputes / litigation, Disputes / litigation (general), Employment / labour (general), Employment / labour law and pensions, Environmental, Franchising, Intellectual property (general), Intellectual property and technology, Real estate, Regulatory (General)
SUGAM has previously helped clients in the following industries:
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