Four-year-old Singularity Legal is a relatively new player in the market with a unique business model. It is billed as a “border agnostic” Asia and Africa-focused law firm specialising in international dispute resolution. Unlike conventional domestic firms that focus on legal services governed by Indian law, Singularity only handles international cross-border disputes and acts based on the various countries’ governing laws and transnational laws. The boutique law firm has developed a strong track record for handling transnational disputes, unearthing frauds, obtaining injunctive reliefs and assisting in debt recovery. It frequently works with litigation funders. Since its inception, the firm has handled claims of over $3 billion in cross-border conflicts across various sectors including energy and resources, construction and infrastructure, international trade, and sports and entertainment. The firm aims to shift its headquarters to Singapore and provide end-to-end transnational dispute services. Partner Prateek Bagaria is the main contact.
“They are very nimble, always available, very passionate for a successful outcome of the case and very knowledgeable. They are reachable and easy to communicate with.” – Dispute resolution
“I would recommend Prateek to any client who is looking for an international lawyer in India. He is very co-operative, always available, and deeply passionate about his work. Prateek is also a very experienced colleague and has good practical knowledge of international arbitration.”
Represented two Indian companies in an arbitration under a joint venture agreement for construction of a thermal power plant against a Korean sovereign company.
Advising a global litigation funder for its investment in a portfolio concerning construction all over India including freight corridor, elevated roads, scientific warehouses, hydroelectric projects, headrace tunnel, and metros.
Advising an Indian company in two ad hoc arbitrations and connected court proceedings concerning the termination of two contracts for the construction of oil tankage platforms against an Indian state-owned enterprise.