Aditya Raina, Counsel



Aditya Raina

Counsel

Contact

+91 9891234067
adityaraina@chamber20a.com

Education

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), (Economics & Tax Practices), University of Delhi(Class of 2007)

Master of Business Administration, M.B.A. (Finance & Marketing), Maharishi Dayanand University (Class of 2009)

Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.), Campus Law Centre, University of Delhi (Class of 2013)

Aditya Raina is an alumnus of Faculty of Law, University of Delhi. He had previously worked with an IPR boutique firm for three years (2013- 2016). After joining Chamber 20A, he has represented clients across different sectors and has been regularly appearing on behalf of statutory agencies, government officials, pharmaceutical majors and real estate developers across several dispute resolution forums in Delhi.



Appointments and Professional Memberships

Member, Supreme Court Bar Association (Since 2016)

Member, Delhi High Court Bar Association (Since 2016)

Member, Bar Council of Delhi (Since 2013)

Experience
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS

1. Represented an Indian pharmaceutical company in a patent litigation against a British pharmaceutical company before the Supreme Court.

2. Appointed as a Court Commissioner by the Saket District Court for a Copyright suit. (Sushant Saha & Anr. vs Concept Conferences Pvt. Ltd. & Ors., Copyright Suit No.1 of 2019).

3. Successfully issued Cease & Desist notices on behalf of a fitness company to rival companies indulging in copyright infringement of our client’s website content.

4. Represented multiple private clients in prosecution hearings before the Trademarks Registry.

COMMERCIAL LITIGATION

1. Successfully represented various pharmaceutical companies before the Delhi High Court and Supreme Court.

2. Appeared for an Insurance Company before a Constitution Bench consisting of 5 judges where the Supreme Court decided the mandatory timeline of pleadings in consumer disputes (Hilli Multipurpose, 2020 SCC Online SC 287)

3. Advising a large infrastructure company in their civil suits against Delhi Development Authority before the Delhi High Court.

4. Successfully appeared for two pharmaceutical companies before the Delhi High Court and secured a quashing of a Government order that had banned 350 Fixed Dosage Combination drugs. (Pfizer Limited & Anr. vs. Union of India & Anr., 2016 SCC OnLine Del 6150)

5. Secured interim relief from the National Consumer Disputes Redressal Forum for a leading insurance company in a case pertaining to Marine Insurance Policy.

6. Represented a public sector enterprise before the Delhi High Court in a challenge of an interim award delivered by a retired Supreme Court Judge

INSOLVENCY AND RESTRUCTURING

1. Represented several homebuyers in insolvency proceedings and further presented claims on their behalf before the Insolvency Resolution Professional.

2. Represented several homebuyers against real estate builders before the Supreme Court and National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission.

PUBLIC AND ADMINISTRATIVE LAW

1. Represented a public sector regulator (National Council for Teacher Education) before Supreme Court and Delhi High Court in multiple disputes relating to recognition, affiliation, accreditation and disciplinary issues [For instance: Nagina Devi Teachers Training College v National Council for Teacher Education & Anr. WP (C ) No.9004 of 2018]

2. Represented a federation of privately owned medical and dental colleges from Rajasthan before the Supreme Court in disputes relating to norms governing counselling of students.

CRIMINAL LITIGATION

1. Represented a State Government in a criminal appeal preferred by the convicts in a murder case before the Supreme Court of India (Kameshwar Singh vs State of Bihar, Criminal Appeal No.903 of 2012)

2. Successfully secured quashing of summoning orders from Delhi High Court for a person accused of offences such as trespass and criminal conspiracy (S.R. Vaish vs. The State Government of Delhi & Ors., CRL.M.C. 2957 of 2018)

3. Representing pharmaceutical, media entertainment and other private clients in financial fraud and cheque bouncing cases before High Court and trial courts.

INSURANCE LAW

1. Appeared for an insurance company before a Constitution Bench consisting of 5 judges where the Supreme Court decided the mandatory timeline of pleading in consumer disputes [Hilli Multipurpose, 2020 SCC Online SC 287]

2. Secured interim relief from the National Consumer Disputes Redressal Forum for a leading insurance company in a case pertaining to Marine Insurance Policy