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Areas of expertise
Mediation. Dispute Resolution . One Time Settlements with banks, Commercial Settlements, Family Disputes, Contracts Claims. Service matters Clients Public Limited Companies Multi National Companies Partnerships, Societies, Arbitration with PSUs
Multi-lingual, Fluent in English, Hindi, Urdu, Punjabi and Gujarati
MA, LLB, Diploma in Mechanical Engineering, Diploma in Marketing Management, Accredited Mediator (London School of Mediation), Trade Mark Patent Attorney. Accredited Mediator, from London School of Mediation (2014) mediating for over four years.
A practising Advocate in New Delhi, India in Company Law, Sick Industries, Banking Law Service, Family Matters, Arbitration, Trade Mark and Patent Attorney. I have banking experience of 25 years. I am also a Practising Advocate in Delhi District Courts , Consumer Courts and the Tribunals Delhi High Court. I am on the Company Law Board, the board for Industrial and Financial Restructuring Training with Barclays Bank. I became an Accredited Mediator through the London School of Mediation. I have several articles in leading newspapers - Best Sales man of the year (services) 1981 • Best Orator of the town 1977 • Best Jaycee Orator of the town 1978. I am proud to say that I introduced innovative schemes in a bank while being Guest lectures in Management Institutes and Training Colleges. I have been mediating family disputes for the poor on a charity basis for many years.
I am persuasive in nature, a positive thinker. I believe in motivational techniques and have excellent negotiating skills.
I strongly believe that Mediation is conciliatory. Disputes after sometime become ego centric. The Mediator has to be a patient listener. He has to be frank in private meetings. The Mediator by his approach should generate confidence amongst both parties to enable them to share their strengths and weaknesses with him. He has to be in the role of conscious keeper so that both parties to the dispute share their fears and expectations with surety that these will not be revealed without their permission or used as tool to arrive at a settlement. The Mediator has to be an honest and neutral guide to both parties.