Aditya Mukherjee is a Partner at Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas & Co. He has been a part of the dispute resolution team of the firm for over nine years.
Aditya has wide experience in representing clients in white collar crime matters, civil commercial litigation, ad-hoc domestic arbitrations as well as institutional arbitrations and related court proceedings.
He has represented various entities and their respective directors in criminal proceedings before High Courts and the Supreme Court. He successfully represented South Indian Bank in its proceedings against the Enforcement Directorate before the ATFE and the Delhi High Court.
He has advised and defended a major telecom cable and equipment manufacturer in various criminal proceedings initiated against it and its directors before concerned Courts, the Adjudicating Authority, Enforcement Directorate and local state police authorities, in proceedings arising out of the PMLA, FEMA and IPC. Aditya is also advising an audit firm in an ongoing criminal investigation being conducted against it.
Aditya has also conducted internal investigations pertaining to potential fraud, corruption and other criminal offences, for various MNCs.
He has also represented Resilient Innovations (Bharat Pe) in its disputes with its Founder, Mr. Ashneer Grover. Additionally, he is presently representing Capgemini India in arbitration proceedings against CRIS.
Aditya has vast experience in handling indirect tax litigations, such as, proceedings seeking refund of taxes, duties and levies, illegally retained by state authorities upon imposition of prohibition in liquor in Bihar. He has been acting for certain industry associations such as ISWAI and CIABC in their challenge to the imposition of prohibition and challenge to the introduction of monopoly in trade in liquor. He has also represented a retailers’ association before the Supreme Court in proceedings concerning the ban on sale of liquor near national and state highways.
Aditya has also represented the Stainless Steel Manufacturers and Suppliers Association and other similar associations and certain stainless steel exporters in an anti-subsidy investigation concerning import of certain stainless steel flat products before the Designated Authority and the Delhi High Court. He has also represented certain S-PVC exporters from the EU before the Designated Authority and before the Delhi High Court.
He has represented clients across various industries in due process litigation before High Courts and the Supreme Court. He has successfully represented a major pharmaceutical product manufacturer in a tender dispute before the Karnataka High Court and the concerned tender appellate authority. He also represented an e-cigarette importer in its challenge to the imposition of the ban on sale of e-cigarettes.
Aditya has also been involved in various writ proceedings against the Competition Commission of India (CCI). He has acted for various OEM manufacturers before the Delhi High Court, in their challenge to certain orders passed by the CCI. He has also represented Vodafone India Ltd. before the Supreme Court in its- challenge to the CCI exercising jurisdiction over the telecom sector.
Delhi High Court Bar Association
B.A. LLB. (Hons.), IP Amity Law School, GGSIP University, Delhi
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