Overview

Alok Jain is an Associate Partner in the Arbitration and Dispute Resolution Practice of ELP.

He has represented and advised domestic and international clientele in negotiations, mediations, and international commercial & domestic arbitrations and court litigation. He has worked across sectors including oil and gas, infrastructure and construction, ports, energy, metals and mining, chemicals, electronic and consumer goods, information technology, heavy machinery and finance. Clients have often remarked that Alok demonstrates a keenness to understand the minutest of technical aspects of their businesses before offering any solutions.

Alok has extensive experience in ad-hoc and institutional arbitration, including arbitrations under the Rules of ICC, LCIA, SIAC, GAFTA, BSE and NSE. He is also adept at advising clients on pre-dispute management and has often succeeded in obtaining settlements that offer business continuity.

He has authored several articles which have been published in internationally acclaimed journals and have been cited in authoritative compendiums in the field of arbitration.

Alok is a law graduate from ILS Law College, Pune (2009) and a qualified attorney enrolled with the Bar Council of Maharashtra and Goa.

Recognitions

Benchmark Litigation's Asia Pacific 2021 Edition

Litigation Star

Legal 500

Recommended for Arbitration

Alok Jain and Naresh Thacker are a pleasure to work with – they are clever, and excellent advocates, both in their written and oral submissions. They leverage their expertise, skills and understanding of Indian legal procedures, as well as their professional relationships, to achieve the best outcome for clients.’

GAR 100, 2020

“Their (Naresh Thacker & Alok Jain’s ) knowledge of the working of various businesses makes communication of business-related disputes and issues easier for a client. We were immediately impressed with their proficiency and accomplishments”.

Infrastructure and Energy Digest (May 2021)

4 Jun 2021 | Read More

BOCWW cess is payable only in respect of cost of construction and not on supply or erection scope of works

24 May 2021 | Read More

Union Budget 2021: An Analysis

2 Feb 2021 | Read More

Chambers and Partners Litigation Guide 2019

2 Feb 2021 | Read More