Gaurav Juneja is a Partner in the Dispute Resolution practice group in the NCR office.
Gaurav has advised and represented clients in proceedings for over 15 years in different areas of domestic and foreign commercial litigation and arbitrations, particularly in international EPC arbitrations in the energy, infrastructure and resources space. He has also advised and represented leading manufacturers of iron, steel, thermal power and cement before Mines Tribunal, various High Courts and the Supreme Court of India.
He represents clients across different forums including the Supreme Court of India, High Courts, District Courts, and different tribunals (including the Mines Tribunal and the Telecom Disputes Settlement and Appellate Tribunal).
- Bar Council of Delhi
Gaurav Juneja has represented and advised the following clients
A Portuguese turnkey contractor
Advised client engaged in oil and gas related activities in remote areas and deep water, on its dispute with an Indian entity involved in oil and gas exploration before an arbitral tribunal, comprising of three retired judges of Supreme Court of India, for recovery of contractual dues.
An American company
Advised client, being the largest durum wheat millers in USA, in relation to enforcement of a foreign award in India, before the Delhi High Court.
Government of India
Advised on claims made against client by a South African manufacturer of defence equipment, under a contract for purchase of Base Bleed units, before an arbitral tribunal comprised of two former Chief Justices of India and presiding arbitrator being a former judge of European Court of Justice.
A JV Company
Advised client, formed by an Indian entity and a company based out of Morocco, before the arbitral tribunal comprising of three former Chief Justices of India in the arbitration proceedings against Government of India with respect to disinvestment in a public sector enterprise.
An Indian subsidiary of a Japanese entity
Advised on an arbitration proceedings for disputes arising from its agreement for setting up a paint plant in Pune, before a sole arbitrator.
An Indian steel manufacturing company
Advised on proceedings for the appointment of a common arbitral tribunal before the Supreme Court of India, in relation to disputes arising in connection with the setting up of a greenfield integrated steel plant.
An Indian EPC contractor
Advised on a dispute where arbitration has been invoked by an insurance company to claim damages from the contractor for a blast at an oil refinery, on account of a deed of subrogation between the insurance company and the owner of the oil refinery.
A global auditing firm
Advised on (a) jurisdiction of Indian courts over foreign entities, (b) auditors’ liability and, (c) arrangement regarding process of summons in the ‘Reciprocating Country’ under the Indian criminal procedure code.
A Spanish company
Advised client involved in the fabrication of wind turbines and the construction of wind farms on Indian Laws for product liability, contract laws and arbitration laws in India.
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