has been practising law since 2010 and is currently a partner of the firm. He specialises in handling sector-specific commercial litigation and his primary focus area is regulatory proceedings before statutory authorities, tribunals and courts, commercial litigation, and constitutional and administrative law litigation, with a focus on the energy sector. He handles varied legal, regulatory and policy issues and is regularly consulted on tariff disputes, open access and captive generating plant issues, disputes relating to force majeure and change in law, transmission and distribution-related issues, trading, challenging subordinate legislations/by-laws and other disputes relating to the energy sector, renewable purchase obligations, and EPC disputes. He regularly appears before the Supreme Court and High Courts.
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