Shounak Mitra is a Partner in the Dispute Resolution practice group in the Kolkata office. With over nine years of experience, Shounak’s expertise lies in commercial and intellectual property litigation, He has appeared before various forums, including state High Courts, the Supreme Court of India and other tribunals. Shounak regularly advises clients on domestic as well as international arbitrations.
- Bar Council of West Bengal
- Bar Association of Calcutta High Court
Shounak Mitra has represented and advised the following clients
Shristi Hotels Private Limited and Shristi Infrastructure Development Corporation Limited
Represented before the National Company Law Tribunal in relation to a dispute with the private equity investor.
Shrachi Burdwan Developers Private Limited (Shrachi Group Company)
Represented before the High Court of Calcutta, strategizing all aspects of the land acquisition dispute under the Land Acquisition Act.
Represented before the National Company Law Tribunal, Kolkata Bench, on a dispute regarding distribution of upfront payment under a resolution plan.
SREI Equipment Finance Limited
Represented before the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal, New Delhi against the Committee of Creditors, Resolution Professional and the successful Resolution Applicant where a resolution plan was approved by NCLT, Kolkata Bench.
Eveready Industries India Limited
Represented before the High Court of Calcutta on an infringement of the design of the LED torches “JOSH”, the Trade-Dress in the packaging of “JOSH LED TORCHES” as well as infringement of copyright subsisting in the engineering drawing of the LED torches against Geep Industries (India) Private Limited.
Hiranmaye Energy Limited (formerly India Power Corporation (Haldia) Limited)
Represented before the High Court of Calcutta and Supreme Court of India on a bank guarantee case against a leader public sector undertaking.
I Q Medical College
Represented before the High Court of Calcutta to set aside an unreasoned order by the Fee Fixation Committee for the State of West Bengal which was passed in violation of the directions of the Supreme Court of India.
Lux Industries Ltd (Lux)
Represented before the High Court at Calcutta challenging an order passed by the Regional Provident Fund Commissioner (C&R).
India Power Corporation Limited (formerly known as DPSC Limited)
Represented before the High Court of Calcutta on a writ petition filed challenging an order passed by the West Bengal Electricity Regulatory Commission (WBERC) under Section 17 of the Electricity Act.