Litigation and Arbitration

  • Litigation & Arbitration

Expert litigators & arbitrators

When the stakes are high, domestic and international clients including individuals, multi national companies and institutions rely on LexLords Litigation & Arbitration lawyers who assist clients win difficult and complex litigation in Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh. As legalities throughout the word become more and more complex, litigants are in forever greater need for expert lawyers who can handle complex legal matters unfolding rapidly. LexLords expert Litigation & Arbitration lawyers meet that challenge. We have chosen the experts of particular areas of law for our clients. Our top lawyers in Chandigarh, Punjab and Haryana are therefore able to showcase a strategic command of a litigation matter from the very inception, and a readiness to win even the most difficult court matters. Our experts go to court to win. See “about us” and “the process” sections to know more about us.

legal services in Punjab, Haryana & Chandigarh only

Having chosen the best lawyers in Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh, we do not wish to expand our reach any further. Why? Because:-

  • We want to achieve perfection in providing legal care in Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh – our focus area.
  • We want to give specific information to litigants.
  • We want that litigants should deal with experts only.
  • We aim to be the one who is capable of providing clients with top-shelf legal expertise, whether our clients are domestic or international.

Our expert lawyers in Haryana, Chandigarh and Punjab have a remarkable track record of success in both civil and criminal cases. Since our lawyers are experts in particular areas of law, they operate at an extraordinary win rate. Our litigation experts offer clients the in-depth analysis on the basis of their are of expertise and years of courtroom experience. LexLords’ top lawyers in Chandigarh, Punjab and Haryana use their expertise to assist clients smoothly tread the harsh path of litigation.

Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)

LexLords’ ADR lawyers have expertise and experience in legally representing domestic and international clients in alternative dispute resolution including arbitration, conciliation and mediation. With changing times, parties have started opting for ADR to efficiently and economically resolve their legal issues rather than opting for litigation in slow and overburdened courts in Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh. Our best ADR lawyers can represent you successfully in court or in ADR proceedings.  They skillfully prepare and file pleadings and later on respond appropriately to the pleadings filed by the opposite party. Our arbitration lawyers in Chandigarh, Punjab and Haryana work closely with domestic and international clients.  They evaluate whether a legal issue can be resolved without a full fledged trial by ADR and its mechanisms.  This way our lawyers ensure that client’s time, money and resources can be saved by non-confrontational mechanisms, if possible.

Arbitration/ Mediation

In modern contracts, arbitration clauses have become common. For a non-legal person, arbitration can be described as a trial without a judge or formal court procedure. In Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh, an arbitrator presides over the arbitration proceedings, or – depending on arbitration clause, the parties can agree for a panel of arbitrators. The arbitration proceedings are somewhat similar to a trial in a court of law. Parties may call witnesses and present evidence. There may be cross-examination in case there is a panel of arbitrators. Arbitrators are the only ones who decide facts and law in arbitration proceedings. In the end they pass an award called arbitral award which is binding on the parties.

Mediation is another form of ADR.  LexLords’ ADR lawyers have in-depth experience in mediation. Courts (in Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh) favor mediation to resolve legal issues between the parties. It saves money, time and resources. Even litigants have started opting for mediation for resolution of disputes. Mediation, as a form of ADR, may or may not be binding on parties. Mediation reached between the parties in India, if it get sanctity of court, becomes binding between the parties. A qualified mediator, after listening to the problems of all the parties involved, proposes common grounds to resolve disputes. Parties can always go to court and start (or continue) litigation if mediation fails.