Jyoti Sinha is a Counsel in the Dispute Resolution Practice Group in the Mumbai office. She specialises in litigations and arbitrations in the real estate, infrastructure, power & gas, fmcg, hospitality, banking, public law and sports sectors.
She regularly advises and represents clients in civil, commercial and contractual disputes before the Supreme Court, Bombay High Court, arbitral and other tribunals, RERA, MERC, and other legal fora.
- Bar Council of Maharashtra and Goa
- Bombay Bar Association
Jyoti Sinha has represented and advised the following clients
An Air India trade union of airline pilots
Advised and represented them on the applicability of Section 9-A of the Industrial Disputes Act 1947 resulting in a landmark judgment being passed by the Bombay High Court.
An internationally renowned sports event company
Advised and represented them in arbitration proceedings against a state sports association pertaining to ATP tennis tournament held in Chennai, India.
A Public Sector Undertaking (PSU) in the Oil sector
Advised and represented them against cylinder manufacturers on pricing of liquefied petroleum gas cylinders in arbitration, Court proceedings as well as before the Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas, Government of India.
A leading Finance company
Advised and represented them before the RERA Appellate Tribunal resulting in a notable judgment modifying the order passed by RERA and holding that the rights of the flat holders on the concerned property would be subject to mortgage created in favour of the Company.
Advised and represented them in a challenge to the constitutional validity of the Wakf Board under the Wakf Act 1996 resulting in a landmark judgment being passed by the Bombay High Court.
Prominent real estate companies
Advised and represented them before the Bombay High Court and the Supreme Court on disputes pertaining to the interpretation of Section 7 and Section 7A of the Maharashtra Ownership Flats Act 1963 and declarations registered under the Maharashtra Apartment Ownership Act 1970.
Prominent real estate company
Advised and represented them before the Bombay High Court in challenge to the Constitutional validity of several provisions of the Maharashtra Regional and Town Planning Act 1966, Development Control Regulations for Greater Mumbai 1991, CRZ Notification 2011, slum rehabilitation schemes and notifications issued under the Slum Areas (Improvement and Clearance) Act 1956.
A prominent hospitality company
Advised and represented in the arbitration and court proceedings relating to a specific performance of a hotel management agreement in respect to a reputed five- star hotel property in Jammu & Kashmir resulting in a favorable award.
A leading engineering and infrastructure company
Advised and represented in multiple arbitration proceedings against MSEDCL relating to force majeure and encashment of performance bank guarantees under turnkey EPC contracts for electrification of various districts in Maharashtra.