Ms Neeha Nagpal, is a graduate from the University of Warwick, England, where she studied BA [Hons] Law and Business Studies. From there she went on to do her LL.M in International Economic Law at the University of Warwick itself. Being enrolled as a Lawyer in India for over a decade now, Neeha has vast commercial law and litigation experience at the Supreme Court of India, various High Courts, National Company Law Tribunal, National Company Law Appellate Tribunal, Competition Commission of India. Neeha has also advised Clients in transactions relating to re-structuring of Companies and Media/TV show productions.
She has worked on several International Commercial Arbitrations representing the Essar Group as well as Telecom Companies.
Neeha also represented various Telecom players as well as Coal companies, in the 2G cancellation and Coal block de-allocation case before the Supreme Court of India. She represented the Essar Group and others in the 2G Trial and in the Coal block de-allocation Trial.
Neeha was a part of the team of Lawyers who worked on the challenge to homosexuality laws in India before the Supreme Court, which led to the decriminalisation of homosexuality in India.
Neeha continues to actively focus on commercial law practice with a focus on white-collar crimes and represents various HNI[s] and erstwhile promoters of large companies such as Fortis Hospitals, Yes Bank, Educomp Solutions, Unitech in matters pertaining to PMLA, SFIO, CBI.
Neeha has represented various promoter[s]/companies in matters pertaining to the Insolvency & Bankruptcy Code: such as, Dighi Port Ltd, Ansal Properties & Infrastructure Ltd.
Neeha was awarded the Forbes 'Tycoons of Tomorrow' Award in 2018.