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Tarun Dua

Tarun is a practicing advocate and a non-practising Chartered Accountant having experience of about 28 years in the field of law. Tarun focuses on commercial disputes, international construction arbitration and other allied proceedings relating to Infrastructure Development Contracts. He also advises and acts for clients in respect of proceedings before National Company Law Tribunal and Appellate Tribunal in IBC related proceedings, Mergers & Acquisitions proceedings, Regulatory issues and proceedings (including stamp duty adjudication), and other Company Law matters.
He has rich experience in handling both ad-hoc and institutional commercial arbitrations including those conducted under the UNCITRAL Rules and under the Indian Arbitration & Conciliation Act, 1996. As far as construction and project-related arbitrations are concerned, Tarun has acted as counsel for private parties and government undertakings that include the National Highway Authority of India. He has been representing clients in matters relating to stamp duty adjudication arising out of merger orders and issuance of shares, wherein he has represented clients in the field of real estate, pharmaceuticals, auto mobile, entertainment.
In addition to his engagements in a number of Construction & Infrastructure arbitrations, Tarun’s expertise is widely sought in matters of interim reliefs, emergency reliefs and related court proceedings. His recent experience in such matters includes acting for leading national and multinational companies in construction arbitrations before tribunals seated in various parts of India. He has been representing the clients before the Supreme Court as well as the various High Courts in India.
Tarun has represented clients before the Enforcement Directorate in various proceedings including PMLA and FEMA proceedings.

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