Mr. Vijay K Singh
Senior Partner, S&A
Work Department: Litigation and ADR Practice Group
Key Practice Areas: Litigation and arbitration, insolvency and bankruptcy code, money laundering, economic offences, etc.
Experience: Mr. Vijay K. Singh, a Senior Partner in Singh & Associates has a vast experience of 15 years in litigation and arbitration. He is highly experienced in the practice area of Litigation & ADR and appears and argues matters in the Supreme Court of India and various High Courts in the country including but not limited to New Delhi, Mumbai, Chandigarh, Bangalore, and Indore.
He also appears in various Tribunals like Custom Excise Appellate Tribunal, Debt Recovery Tribunal, State and National Consumer Redressal Forum, etc. Mr. Vijay K. Singh also advises clients on various contentious legal matters including but not limited to commercial litigation, arbitration, investment, agreements, money laundering, economic offences, etc.
In his long successful career Mr. Vijay K. Singh has countless achievements to his credit both on-court and off-court.
Few recent notable matters handled by Mr. Vijay K. Singh are as under:
Acting as a co-counsel for a leading infrastructure company before the Adjudicating Authority (National Company Law Tribunal, New Delhi) in proceedings under Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016.
Successfully acting as a co-counsel advising and strategizing for a private limited company, which is part of the leading group of companies engaged in the business of trading of wood in its banking matters. Advising and representing the client in defending its on-going disputes before the Hon’ble Debts Recovery Tribunal, Chandigarh in (separate) original applications.
Successfully assisted and strategized with the client, a leading player in steel, power, mining, oil and gas and infrastructure in India for filing a criminal complaint against the supplier of coal and OGV owner, and the responsible officers of the Vessel, with the police authorities to register a FIR under Sections 403, 405, 406, 415, 420, and 34 of the Indian Penal Code, 1860. However, thereafter the matter was amicably resolved between the client and XCoal.