SNG has wide experience in representing its clients in matters relating to Arbitration and Dispute Resolution, Banking and Finance, Breach of Contract, Competition Laws, Consumer Laws, Criminal Laws, Foreign Exchange Laws, Human Resources, and Employment and Industrial Laws. It also handles matters relating to Land Acquisition, Matrimonial Disputes, Personal Laws, Private International Laws, Real Estate and Infrastructure, Recovery of Debt, Regulatory and Government Compliance, Securitization Laws, Succession Laws, and Trade Finance.
SNG has representation, and engages senior lawyers when required by the client, in dealing with disputes in Lower Courts, High Courts, the Supreme Court of India and Tribunals constituted under various enactments, including Appellate Tribunals. The Firm also represents its clients in matters pertaining to Economic Offences, Conciliation and Arbitration. The Firm regularly handles matters relating to the Economic Offences Wing (EOW) and the Enforcement Directorate (ED).
We advise Debt and Equity Funds, Asset Reconstruction Companies (ARCs) and Non-Banking Finance Companies (NBFCs) in the areas of RBI Policy, SEBI regulations, FDI policy, Exchange Control regulations, Corporate Laws and Industry specific regulations. This also includes a Strategy to be adopted in Early Alert accounts as well as accounts found to be stressed after restructuring/settlement.
Exploring and advising the legal options available to protect the security and enforce the rights of the lenders against the borrower and the guarantors at any given time;
Monitoring any suit filed, accounts including managing the portfolio, closely working with lawyers appointed by lenders across India to conduct those matters and advising wherever required for expeditious disposal of the matters.
SNG Consultants is a Group entity, which undertakes all Litigation work for the Firm.
The Firm advises its clients on the current scenario of Competition Laws in India, its processes and various other aspects including issues like anti-competitive agreements, dominant position and its abuse, combinations and its structuring keeping in view the provision under The Competition Act, 2002.