Our team of experienced and accomplished litigators are uniquely qualified and experienced to assist businesses and individuals in their litigations before trial courts, alternative dispute resolution proceedings, tribunals, writ and appeal proceedings. While assisting clients in their contract, IP, real estate, general corporate commercial and statutory compliance requirements, we ensure that the perspectives of our litigators are integrated into our solutions to minimise risk, reflect the latest jurisprudence formulated by legislation and precedents, while also adding value to the client’s overall growth.
Attorneys of Factum Law have significant experience representing clients in complex and high value litigations before civil and criminal courts, tax litigation forums, industrial disputes tribunal and debt recovery tribunals. Combining subject matter expertise with a strong background in trial law and procedure, our litigators enable time sensitive and effective solutions for clients in the interim as well as main litigation proceedings.
Factum Law’s litigation offerings extend to arbitration, mediation and conciliation proceedings. Our attorneys have represented clients in real estate and construction disputes, copyright license agreement disputes and supply contract disputes before arbitrators and arbitral tribunals. We have also facilitated numerous settlements in high stake disputes through effective negotiations during mediation and conciliation proceedings.
With a strong understanding and experience in constitutional law, our lawyers have represented clients in various writ proceedings and successfully secured orders of judicial review. We also represent clients in public interest litigations concerning environmental protection, human rights and mass tort claims.
Clients can also avail of our services to represent them in appeal proceedings. With a collective experience of 3 decades practicing before the High Courts and the Supreme Court, our attorneys can assist clients from their litigation requirements in the trial stage all the way to the highest court of appeal, i.e., the Supreme Court of India.