Akshay SapraManaging Partner
Ardent Legal (Advocates and Solicitors)
New Delhi, India
Akshay Sapra is an advocate of the Delhi High Court / Supreme Court and appears before various District and High Indian Courts and domestic arbitral tribunals. He has advised major corporate blue-chips, public sector entities, and nongovernmental organizations and has spoken at, participated in numerous International and National conferences. He has also been involved in some high-profile corporate litigation. Mr. Sapra has a good track-record of successful court arguments in contentious disputes, writes on various legal issues in India on his active blogs. Widely traveled, he is actively associated with a number of academic, legal, professional and literary International and National organizations. He is a member of the Global Legal and Economic Council (GLEDCON), Legal and Economic Development Forum (LEDFOR), Member of the International Bar Association and Member of Business Network International for more than 2 years.
Ardent Legal (Advocates & Solicitors) is a conglomeration offering a full-service practice to its clients in all spheres of law. Lawyers of the Firm present a proper blend of legal proficiency and commercial insight required in providing legal and transactional support services.
The Firm has its principal office at New Delhi. The Firm’s practice is aimed at rendering well-conceived advice and strategies founded on legal, commercial and human realities that are receptive to the clients’ needs. Professionals in the Firm are well experienced and competent in providing legal advice as well as in dealing with litigation at all levels and fora in all major fields of law. The Firm’s clientele includes renowned corporate blue chips, notable public sector undertakings, and prominent NGOs.
The Firm also assists private individuals who need avant-garde legal advice. The Firm assists clients in litigation, arbitration and dispute resolution, corporate legal advice, mergers and acquisitions, private equity and capital markets, Property Development and Real Estate Laws, Intellectual Property Laws, Infrastructure Laws (including EPC contracts and building contracts), Mining Laws, Information Technology and Telecommunications Law, Competition Laws, Consumer Protection Laws, Tax and Revenue Management, Banking, Debt Recovery and Insolvency Laws, Labour Laws and Criminal Law.