Criminal Litigation

Criminal law focuses on behaviours that are sanctioned under the criminal code and defined as illegal. Prosecutors and District Attorneys sanction illegal behaviour, while criminal defence lawyers represent clients accused of criminal activity.

When someone commits theft, for example, the defendant is prosecuted by the state and is defended by either a public defender or a private defence attorney.

Civil Litigation

It is the information for civil litigators on civil justice, litigation funding and the courts. When two or more parties become embroiled in a legal dispute seeking money or another specific performance rather than criminal sanctions, civil litigation is the result.

A lawyer represents clients across a broad spectrum of associated proceedings, including pretrial hearings and depositions, as well as arbitration or mediation before administrative agencies or court personnel.

International Arbitration

It provide parties to a controversy with a choice other than litigation. Unlike litigation, arbitration takes place out of court: the two sides select an impartial third party, known as an arbitrator; agree in advance to comply with the arbitrator's award; and then participate in a hearing at which both sides can present evidence and testimony. The arbitrator's decision is usually final, and courts rarely reexamine it.


One needs to have a society registration certificate, an original building plan, a sale deed, a copy of the resolution, an agreement and a title certificate. Drafting of Development Agreements, POA, Consent Affidavits, Permanent Alternate Accommodation Agreements, and all other documents relating to Redevelopment of buildings, redevelopment of societies buildings, SRA projects, and others.


Drafting of Conveyance Deed, Sale Deed, Transfer Deed, Release Deed, Gist Deed, Partnership Deed, Trust Deed, Mortgage Deed, MOU, Agreement for sale, Agreement to Sale, Power of Attorney and all other documents.

Property Litigation

Property litigation deaals with settling disputes between property owners and their tenants, but can also include a wide range of other matters involving the ownership of residential, commercial, industrial, and agricultural property.

Property law encompasses practices related to the buying, selling, leasing, and ownership of property. In other cases, property investors and owners may retain the services of a solicitor when they need legal advice.

Matrimonial Dispute

It encompasses a wide variety of domestic issues, including marriage; divorce; adoption; paternity; child custody and support; and reproductive rights. Attorneys focusing on divorce also handle child support and other related matters.

Advises and Litigation relating to recovery of Money including Summery Suit, Suit for recovery of money, attachment of properties, Auction of Properties, Matters under Debt Recovery before Debt Recovery Tribunals, Cheque Bouncing cases etc.

Company Litigation

Formation and Registration of Companies under the provisions of Companies Act. Advise and/or Litigation of whatsoever nature as relating to the Private and/or Public Limited companies including the Merger, Amalgamation, Winding-up and other proceedings.

Corporate Law

Corporate law is a part of a broader companies law. It deals with how corporations, investors, shareholders, directors, employees, creditors, and other stakeholders such as consumers, the community, and the environment interact with one another.

Intellectual Property

Intellectual Property law focuses on protecting the rights of inventors, authors, and businesses to their tangible and intangible creations, inventions and symbols. Legal professionals in this field are often experts in a particular domain, such as science, the arts, or an industry.

Consumer Law

Consumer laws protect the average citizen by requiring products and services purchased in the marketplace to be safe and transacted in a fair manner. It is designed to prevent the businesses that engage in fraud or specified unfair practices from gaining an advantage over competitors.

Rent Control Law

Litigation of whatsoever nature relating to Landlord and Tenant. Drafting of Deeds and Documents between Landlord and Tenant.

Cooperative & Society Litigation

Advises and litigation relating to Co-Operative Housing Society Related Laws, Co-Operative Banking Related laws etc. including formation of the Co-operative Housing Societies or Bank, transfer of membership of the society, recovery of the dues from the members.

Money Recovery Litigation

Drafting of Development Agreements, POA, Consent Affidavits, Permanent Alternate Accommodation Agreements, and all other documents relating to Redevelopment of buildings, redevelopment of societies buildings, SRA projects, and others.

Registration of Documents

Registration of Documents before appropriate Registrars and Sub Registrar of Assurances and litigation relating thereto.

Aviation & Shipping

Our aviation practice focuses on regulatory approvals and issues, corporate setup for airlines, claims against airlines, hull insurance, aircraft purchase and sale, leases, aircraft finance and charters.

The shipping practice comprises of both dry and wet work. We advise on a spectrum of disputes arising out of bill of lading, charterparties, short landing of cargoes, liens on cargoes, and arrest and release of vessels. We also advise on sale and purchase of ships, ship building contracts, legal regime for ship breaking in India, flagging of vessels with Indian flag, pollution liability for oil, coal and ore cargoes.

Banking & Finance

Our lawyers share a common commitment to our clients to deliver the highest quality standards. We have a leading practice in the banking sector which is driven by our outstanding expertise in structuring complex financings. We advice and act for corporations and financial institutions on a wide range of banking issues including syndicated loans, structured finance, asset finance and project finance. We regularly act for all the major banks, in India and abroad, and other finance providers, as well as for a number of borrowers. We are regularly entrusted with full range of their domestic and cross-border transactions as they rely on us for the depth and breadth of our expertise.

Capital Markets

Our clients include issuers, (whether of debt or equity), lead managers to the issue, underwriters, international financial institutions, the trustees of securities issues, and selling shareholders.

The Capital markets team is well equipped to advice on the entire array of the public offerings documentation including the pre-offering due diligence, advising on regulatory compliance, drafting of the offering document and all required ancillary documentation as may be required for the particular securities exchange. The capital team works closely in consultation with the appropriate legal counsel to the issue. Upon completion of the offering document, we assist clients in seeking approval for admission in the required securities exchange.

Employement & Labour

Our employment team is geared to advising clients on all legal and practical issues arising out of the employment or engagement of employees, directors and independent contractors. We provide practical solutions and resolve issues relating to employer-employee disputes.

Labour and employment law and practice have been evolving, aiming to keep apace with the influx of foreign investors, a foreign work force and attendant employment issues. Contractual issues governing relations between employers and their workforce need careful consideration.

Foreign Investment

We act for clients on a range of cross border international transactions representing government entities, companies and financial institutions. Our cross border presence allows us to represent clients in the best possible manner, combining an expertise in Indian law with international capability.

Drawn from various departments, the FDI specialists provide creative and yet practical solutions to meet clients’ business objectives within legal parameters. From entry strategy to execution, our team is available to provide step by step assistance and advice on all aspects of foreign investment.

General Commercial, International Contracts

International contracts refers to a legally binding agreement between parties, based in different countries, in which they are obligated to do or not do certain things. International contracts may be written in a formal way. Most businesses create contracts in writing to make the terms of agreement clear, often seeking legal counsel when drawing important contracts.

Import & Exports

Expertise in shipping matters, maritime laws and actions at admiralty. The Firm assist shippers, carriers and freight forwarders on maritime claims including carriage of goods at sea, general average and marine insurance.


Our immigration specialists are renowned for their expertise in corporate immigration. Our well-established immigration team assesses each application on merits and advises clients on the optimum visa category to apply for. Ramesh Tipathi & Associates has been providing advice to people and businesses from all parts of the world on a wide range of issues including inbound and outbound immigration to India. We can advise on appropriate visas for personnel based on client requirements.


We are often a part of global tax planning for mergers and acquisitions, assisting clients with their Indian tax requirements.Our varied experience of Indian direct and indirect tax laws helps us to give comprehensive, legal, practical and solution based advice to clients.


Our insurance practice focuses on general insurance and insurance regulatory advice. On the contentious side, our practice relates to Marine Hull and Cargo and Aviation insurance. We are familiar with the workings and procedures of the London insurance market.

Mergers & Acquisitions & Private Equity

We have a wide-ranging experience and expertise representing clients involved in mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures and other strategic alliances over a range of industry sectors including chemicals and pharmaceuticals, consumer goods, banking and financial institutions, manufacturing, media and entertainment, natural resources, technology and telecommunications.

Project Finance

We give legal advice to the companies who need to raise money to develop a particular project, or to the banks and financial institutions lending to them.

Our role was to get the lenders comfortable with the risks they were taking on, and to put as many safeguards in the documents as we could to ensure, to the extent legally and commercially possible, that they would get repaid at the time and in the manner that they'd expect.

Venture Capital

Our private equity team provides a full service offering and is familiar with various stages of an investment cycle and understands the diverse interests and demands of all members of the bidding team. We have represented clients including promoters at the stage of incubation, incubation catalyst agencies, financial and business advisors start ups, angel investors, seed investors, venture funds, private equity funds and collective investment schemes.

Private Clients, Will, Probate

The firm has been involved in the setting up of family trusts both within and outside India, in tax efficient jurisdictions, assisting clients in establishing the most beneficial mechanisms to suitably achieve their purposes.


A thorough understanding of the Real Estate sector and vast experience in dealing with corporations and individuals alike gives our team the expertise to advise clients on various aspects of property transactions in India. Our teams have experience in retail, investment, development, health, transportation, construction and public private partnerships.

Technology, Media & Telecommunication

Expertise in IT and telecoms laws and regulations. The Firm has represented clients before the Department of Telecommunications, the STPI, and the TRAI.

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