Bijender Singh Lawyer, Bijender Singh & Associates Years of experience: 22 years
An Alumnus of Delhi University, holding a degree in LL.M and enrolled with the Bar Council of Delhi since the year 1997, Mr. Bijender Singh has been consistently appearing before the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India, High Court of Delhi and the parallel High Courts in other States. He possesses more than two decades of Legal Practice under his sleeve and his scope of work ranges from Criminal to Corporate and Commercial Matters. His practice of 22 years emphasizes on litigation that pertains to matters of Constitution, Civil, Criminal, Taxation Laws and also Commercial Transactions.
The clients Mr Singh has represented includes Government Bodies and Public Sector Undertakings including National Fertilizers Limited, the Ministry of Railway (Railway Board), State Trading Corporation, Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation, Assam Urban Water Supply and Sewerage Board (Statutory Body), Guwahati Municipal Corporation, National Textile Corporation, Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited, Central Bank of India, Yes Bank and Punjab National Bank. He is presently on the panel for Central Government in the Supreme Court of India, Punjab National Bank, State Bank of India, and Dedicated Freight Corridor Corporation of India. Apart from Corporate and Individual clients he has also assisted clients in their inter- corporate issues at the pre-stage of litigation.
Charting The Path Through his firm, Bijender Singh & Associates, Mr. Singh consistently pushes to deliver the best services for the clients. Armed with a team of his associates and 22 years of experience, the firm provides solutions to complex legal problems and tailors the needs of both businesses and individuals. They confidently resolve disputes and provide assistance and effective and efficient solutions at Every step. Mr Singh has successfully led the first ever election for recognition of Trade Unions at Zonal Railways right from the drafting of rules, formation of election committee, and also defending various challenges to the rules and election processes in 2007 by as many as 80 Trade Union associated with the Indian Railways and finally reclaimed the power of Indian Railway Establishment to fix a minimum percentage for recognizing a Trade Union.
He was also a Member of delegation invited by the Hong Kong Ministry of Law in the year 2010, to assist in framing Arbitration Rules. In 2012, he successfully brought about the effective clearance of a public road, in illegal occupation for more than two decades, in Guwahati, Assam. In 2012, he triumphed in persuading the Hon’ble High Court of Delhi to grant the right to a Female Bhumidhar to transfer her agriculture land by way of will. Mr. Singh has also tackled issues pertaining to land and has had the honour of being personally invited by the Collector of Ambala District, Haryana to consult and to defend the fraudulent claims by various high and mighty who took hold of the land of the Ambala Municipal Committee by way of transfer. In addition to having a successful stint at the Supreme Court and the High Court(s), he had a remarkable journey at the Trial Courts and has had the privilege to assist the Public Prosecutor on behalf of the Lal family in the Infamous Jessica Lal murder case.
Life Lessons • Without doubt, Mr. Singh strives to build a relationship with his clients. • The firm's very foundation emanates trust, confidentiality and every such nuance that an attorney-client relationship enjoys. • He is a focused problem-solver who understands the challenges that each case presents and effectively brings solutions to the table. • He has a knack for exposing frauds, be it documentary or otherwise at micro and macro levels. • In the ever-changing corporate scenario, he is capable of protecting and securing huge funds flowing into or out of the coffers sanitizing the very route of the multi-billion investments. • It is his sincerity of purpose, courage and conviction, which brings glory so well deserved by the legal profession.
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