Law Offices of Panag & Babu


Okhla Industrial Estate
New Delhi 110020

Telephone:+91 11 49996800

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Partner: Samudra Sarangi
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Partner: Sherbir Panag
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Partner: Shruti Raina
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Number of lawyers: 60
Network memberships: Concilium Network, The International Academy of Financial Crime Litigators, International Bar Association, Trust Law, Mindful Business Charter

The Litigation and Dispute Resolution team of Panag & Babu is one of India’s leading crisis management firm and specializes in navigating the novelties and complexities of India’s litigation framework by customizing litigation strategies designed to achieve targeted commercial objectives. Panag & Babu has been regularly recognised as a market leader in the matters involving White Collar Crime and is regularly retained by Fortune 500 / Dax 40 / NIFTY 50 companies in enforcement actions by law enforcement, statutory and regulatory authorities and is adept at crafting multipronged crisis response strategies to anticipate and mitigate business risks stemming from such proceedings. The team has a demonstrated track record of delivering successful results and is chosen by clients for appreciating and factoring sector specific nuances while curating litigation strategies.

  • White-collar crime
  • Civil litigation
  • Commercial arbitration
  • Domestic and International arbitration
  • Regulatory Disputes with Governmental / Statutory Authorities
  • Insolvency
  • Extradition Defence
  • Labour and Employment

  • India’s largest wind turbine manufacturers in relation to criminal and commercial disputes arising out of manufacture and supply contracts with claims of over USD 150 Million stemming from a case of fraudulent conduct on part of the counter party.
  • On behalf of a prominent member of a national political party in criminal action being faced by him under India’s anti-bribery and anti-money laundering laws which allegations of fraud and bribery of over USD 25 Million being one of the most high profile anti-corruption and anti-money laundering cases in the country.
  • In bail proceedings on behalf of senior management of an architecture firm in relation to criminal proceedings initiated by the Central Bureau of Investigation under the Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988.
  • In bail proceedings on behalf of senior management of a medical devices manufacturing and supply company in relation to criminal proceedings initiated by law enforcement and anti-money laundering authorities.
  • In bail proceedings on behalf of senior management of a Singapore based tech and e-commerce company in relation to criminal proceedings initiated by the law enforcement authorities.
  • On behalf of a Fortune 500 company engaged in the manufacturing industry and members of their senior management in a matter arising out of bribery allegations which escalated into multiple criminal, regulatory and contractual proceedings across different jurisdictions in India.
  • One of India’s most prominent infrastructure development companies in an arbitration with a governmental customer arising out of long term construction and maintenance contracts under the Public – Private participation model valued and the claims in the arbitration being valued at over USD 175 Million.
  • India’s largest wind turbine manufactures in arbitration proceedings with respect to bank guarantees provided to a customer and the claims in the arbitration being valued at over USD 250 Million.
  • One of India’s largest mutual funds in relation to a suit filed before the Bombay High Court in relation to claims over USD 25 Million against the mutual fund.
  • A family of high-net-worth individuals involving claims of over USD 10 Million against an intermediary in the financial markets and initiated criminal prosecution and regulatory action against the said intermediary before the Economic Offences Wing, Directorate of Enforcement and the Securities Exchange Board of India and simultaneously pursued recovery proceedings before the Delhi High Court.
  • One of India’s largest companies in the renewable energy space against vendors and suppliers who were disrupting the completion of contractual obligations by initiating criminal proceedings against them for criminal misconduct.

  • Banking
  • Construction and materials
  • Energy
  • Financial services
  • Gaming
  • Government and public policy
  • Industrials
  • Investment management
  • Pharma and life sciences
  • Social infrastructure

#30, 4th Cross
4th Block, Kumara Park Extension
Begaluru 560020
T: +91 80 2331 8866