Danubia Files 2: Lessons from the Vis Moot

Drafting Contracts: Basic Principles

Interim Measures in International Commercial Arbitration: A Comparative Review of the Indian Experience

Chapter on Rethinking Enforceability and Specific Performance of Shareholder Agreements, RGNUL Book Series on Corporate Law & Corporate Affairs (Issue IV)

Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016


‘Options in Shares: A Clear Investment Option’ – published in the ‘In-House Lawyer,’ United Kingdom, Issue No. 200, May 2012

Redressal Mechanism under the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act 2016: Ouster of the Arbitration Tribunal?

Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act 2016: Misplaced Euphoria?

Arbitration & Conciliation Amendment Act, 2015 – Enforcing Interim Orders, Where is the Relief? (2017) 4 NLU Delhi Student Law Journal 89 (2017)

Defining the Contours of the Public Policy Exception – A New Test for Arbitrability in India, Indian Journal of Arbitration Law, Volume 7 Issue 2, 161 (2019)


Aftab v. Emaar: The End of Line for Consumer Arbitration in India? – 6, International Journal on Consumer Law and Practice, 41 (2018)

Cultivating Confidence and Joy, The Progressive Teacher, Jan-Feb, 2020

Revamping Arbitrator Immunity: A Case for Reconsidering Section 42-B of the Arbitration & Conciliation Act, 1996, 1 NUJS Journal on Dispute Resolution, 1 (2021)

Comparing Specific Performance under the Specific Relief (Amendment) Act 2018 with the CISG and the UNIDROIT Principles: The Problems of the “Un-common Law” in India, 7, NLS Business Law Review (2021)



Can the Adoption of the CISG Save the Commercial Relationship of Parties in India? – Oxford Business Law

Accreditation of Arbitrators in India: A New License Requirement? – Kluwer Arbitration

Appointment of Sole Arbitrator: Can a Modified Asymmetrical Arbitration Clause Avoid Court Appointment? – Kluwer Arbitration

Cross-Examination in Commercial Arbitration in India: Creating ‘Courtrooms of Choice’ – Centre for Business and Commercial Law

Contract Law and Specific Relief: The ‘Un-common’ Indian Law – Indian Journal of International Economic Law

TRF Ltd. & Perkins: Limiting ‘Freedom of Contract’ and the Choking of Party Autonomy – National Law School India Review Online

Do Data Protection Laws Enhance the Role of ‘Venue’ in Remote Arbitration Hearings? – Law School Policy Review

‘Suit For Price’ Under the Sale of Goods Act, 1930: Specific Performance in Disguise? – National Law School of India Business Law Review

Promoting Arbitration and Killing it: The Curious creation of ‘Statutory Arbitration’ – National Law School of India Business Law Review

Stamping Arbitral Awards: An Illogical Fallacy – National Law School of India Business Law Review

BGS V. NHPC – Implications Beyond the ‘Seat’ & ‘Venue’ Debate – RGNUL Student Research Review

Two Indian Parties Can Choose a Foreign Seat: But What About Substantive Law? – Commercial and Financial Reporter

No Arbitration in Consumer and Real Estate Disputes – IndiaCorpLaw

Consumers Cannot be Compelled to Arbitrate Disputes – IndiaCorpLaw

2019 Amendment to Arbitration Law: Foreign Arbitrators in Indian Seated Arbitrations – IndiaCorpLaw

Does the Assignment of a Contract Assign the Arbitration Agreement: The Indian Perspective

Business Efficacy and Regulation of Artificial Intelligence: Does India Need a Stand-alone Legislation?


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