Tuli & Co
(The following information was supplied by the firm)
Tuli & Co was established in 2000 to service the Indian and international insurance and reinsurance industry. It is an insurance-driven commercial litigation and regulatory practice and has working associations with firms in other Indian cities as well as globally through an association with Kennedys.
Senior Partner: Neeraj Tuli
Number of partners: 6
Number of lawyers: 41
Languages: Bengali, English, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Gujarati
Main Areas of Expertise:
Insurance & Reinsurance (Non-Contentious):
Regulatory and operational advice, reviewing and preparing commercial agreements, structuring start-up operations and development of insurance products.
Contacts: Neeraj Tuli, Celia Jenkins
Representation before courts and arbitral tribunals on anti-arbitration injunctions, suits for injunction against letters of credit and challenge as well as enforcement of foreign arbitral awards under Indian law.
Contacts: Rajat Taimni, Neeraj Tuli, Naval Sharma
T: +91 4593 4000
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