Our Securities Litigation and Enforcement Practice has exceptional depth of knowledge representing clients before the Securities and Exchange Board of India, the Securities Appellate Tribunal, various stock exchanges and other judicial fora as Indian regulators ramp up enforcement of securities laws. We have extensive experience in providing best-in-class legal advice and representation in relation to contentious regulatory matters.
Our clients include various listed companies, regulated market intermediaries such as stock brokers, merchant bankers, portfolio managers, investment advisers, market infrastructure institutions such as stock exchanges and clearing corporations, and funds such as mutual funds, alternative investment funds and offshore funds. We represent clients before various fora including SEBI, Stock Exchanges (including the commodity exchanges) and various committees / sub-committees formed thereunder, the Securities Appellate Tribunal, High Court(s) and the Supreme Court of India.
The Khaitan Advantage
We are one of the few full-service Indian law firms having a specialised Securities Law practice focused on securities litigation and dispute related advisory. We draw on our rich experience in the field and a prior history of advising and representing clients as also the regulator (SEBI) and stock exchange(s) before various fora, which helps us find innovative solutions to the most challenging problems.
Dispute Resolution, Securities Litigation and Enforcement
Corporate and Commercial, Securities Litigation and Enforcement
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Asian Hotels (East) Limited
Represented client in a series of litigation before the Company Law Board and the Delhi High Court regarding violations of the Takeover Code, inter-se agreements imposing conditions on inter-se swap of equity shares etc.read more +
Standard Chartered Bank
Represented client in a suit before the High Court of Delhi in relation to a foreign exchange derivative transaction being “Hybrid Dual Range Accrual Swap Transaction” on the ground that the same was void being in contravention of the guidelines, regulations and circulars of Reserve Bank of India as well as the public policy of India.read more +
Mahindra & Mahindra and their employees
Appeal filed challenging the order of SEBI that the employees of the clients had failed to make necessary disclosures under Regulations 13 (4) r/w 13 (5) of the SEBI (Prohibition of Insider Trading) Regulations, 1992.read more +