113- B, Mittal Court, Nariman Point
Partner: Prateek Bagaria
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Number of Partners: 2
Number of Lawyers: 9
Singularity Legal is an Asia and Africa focused international dispute resolution firm, established in August 2017.
The firm is a boutique offering, maintaining our own advocacy capabilities and fully connected to a global practice specialising in the resolution of high-end, complex disputes. Singularity has significant expertise in handling investigations, disputes across jurisdictions; unearthing frauds; and assisting clients in global enforcement and debt recovery.
Since its inception, the firm has handled over US$ 8 billion in cross-border disputes in various sectors, including energy and resources, construction and infrastructure, shipping and maritime, sports and entertainment, international trade and business, digital assets, and private equity and finance. They are also market leaders in litigation finance.
Singularity’s range of experience includes advising clients in international arbitrations under various rules like ICC, SIAC, LCIA, DIAC, ICDR, FCC, LMAA, JAMS, CAS, and UNCITRAL; international mediations under the rules of SIMC and SMC; in cross-border disputes before courts in India, Indonesia, Israel, Singapore, Turkey, Mauritius, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, and United States of America; and in investment and tax treaty disputes.
These disputes have arisen out of business relations and projects in various parts of the world including the Bahamas, British Virgin Islands, Canada, Cayman Islands, Egypt, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Israel, Italy, Kazakhstan, Malaysia, Nigeria, Oman, Philippines, Saudi Arabia, Sierra Leone, Singapore, Somalia, Turkey, UAE, UK and USA.
The firm is also licensed to practise before the courts at Dubai International Financial Centre as solicitors and barristers. This expansion gives our clients more immediate access to the firm’s specialists and wider network in the MENA region.
Singularity is experienced, dedicated and focused on winning disputes.
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