Litigation & Disputes

Areas of Practice

Litigation & Alternative Dispute Resolution

Litigation


G&A’s litigation practice is consistently at the cutting edge of the leading commercial and corporate litigation battles dominating national headlines. We are determined to accurately evaluate potential litigation at the first instance but in circumstances where litigation is inevitable, we utilize all of our resources in the best possible manner so that matters can be resolved quickly and economically. This is why our clients turn to us to handle their “must-win” trials, business disputes, and government enforcement matters.


With a tight-knit group of litigators with a combined legal expertise of over 150 years, G&A can rapidly assemble a focused, integrated, and efficient team to approach each matter with intensity, thoroughness, and creativity and achieve the most efficient and favorable results.


Mr. Keshab Prasad Mainali, a retired Chief Judge of Courts of Appeal of Nepal, heads our nationally-acclaimed litigation team. Prior to entering the judiciary, Mr. Mainali was a renowned and successful litigator in his own right.


We represent our clients in all of the administrative offices, judicial tribunals, the District Courts, the Appellate Courts, and in the Supreme Court of Nepal. Gandhi & Associates specializes in collaborating with law firms from different jurisdictions to bring lawsuits in foreign jurisdictions or in Nepal.


We undertake following types of contentious matters:

  1. Banking and finance litigation;
  2. Commercial litigation;
  3. Corporate litigation;
  4. Environmental litigation;
  5. Information technology disputes;
  6. Intellectual property litigation;
  7. Labor and employment litigation;
  8. Administrative/public law and regulatory disputes; and
  9. Securities enforcement and litigation.

Alternative Dispute Resolution


Gandhi & Associates primarily advises clients in their business decisions and plans that pose arbitration and litigation risks on the basis of the agreements entered into by the clients. We also represent clients in arbitration, mediation, and other alternative dispute resolution proceedings as well as assisting them in enforcing their international arbitral awards in Nepal as per the Arbitration Act of 1995.


Including disputes heard under the auspices of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL), our lawyers are involved with numerous large-dollar-amount commercial arbitrations. Accordingly, we have participated in alternative dispute resolution proceedings in a wide-range of industries, including construction, electronics, manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, mining, power generation, project engineering, and utilities.


Mr. Gandhi Pandit, G&A’s Founding Partner, has been a member of the International Court of Arbitration within the ICC since 2005. Mr. Pandit has been continuously attending ICA Court Sessions in Paris since 2006. In addition, Mr. Pandit himself has served as an arbitrator in several arbitration matters.

Contact Gandhi & Associates for more information.

The following personnel are our primary experts in this area:

Gandhi Pandit
Founding Partner

Gandhi is a graduate of Masters of Laws from Columbia University, USA. His expertise and experience is central to the success of G&A.


Keshav Prasad Mainali
Senior Partner

Keshav is a Former Chief Judge at the Appellate Court, and a graduate of Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Arts from Nepal Law Campus.


Raju Man Singh Malla
Senior Partner

Raju is a Former Secretary of the Government of Nepal, and holds a Post Graduate Diploma in International Law from London, UK.


Madan Prasad Rimal
Development Sector Director

Madan is a Former Director of the Social Welfare Council, and is a graduate of Bachelor of Arts from Tribuvan University in Kathmandu.


Contact Details

  •   15 Nagarjun Galli, Sahayog Marg
         Anamnagar-32, KTM, Nepal
  •   +977-1-4102880 / 9851035844
  •   +977-1-4102792
  •   kathmandu@lawgandhi.com

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