is an associate in the firm’s dispute resolution practice group. He is enrolled with the Bar Council of Delhi and admitted to practice law in India, following a law degree that contained a specialisation in corporate law. He has represented several clients in arbitration and commercial litigation, particularly in the construction and infrastructure sectors. Amogh also has experience in matters pertaining to medical negligence, with which he has assisted senior counsel before proceedings at the National Commission.
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