Kaveesh is part of the Litigation and Disputes Resolution Team. He has done his Bachelors in Political Science (Honours) and Bachelor of Laws from the prestigious University of Delhi. He handles clients across various verticals, ranging from Public Sector Undertakings and Multinational Corporate Entities to individual clients and pro bono cases.
At the firm, Kaveesh has been actively involved in arbitration matters and is vocal analyst on jurisdictional issues before the Indian courts, appearing in matters before before the Supreme Court and the High Court wherein the question of seat and venue of the arbitration has been an issue. In service law, he represented over 250 teachers before the Supreme Court of India in a case which received wide coverage across the leading dailies of the country, successfully ensuring that a batch of over 1300 teachers retained their jobs in government schools of Haryana. Further, he appeared before the Delhi High Court in a landmark judgment on bail under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, wherein the interpretation of Section 15(1)(a)(iiia) was decided in our favour.
Kaveesh has experience in litigation management and advisory for domestic and multinational clients, handling dispute resolution, corporate compliances, and contract negotiations. He regularly appears before the Supreme Court, High Courts and tribunals across India for Government departments and private players in commercial, criminal, civil, service law matters. He has been published by leading legal publications of India, having written on the jurisdiction of courts for enforcement of arbitral awards and the law on bail jurisprudence in India.
Kaveesh has also garnered extensive experience in matters under the SARFAESI Act and the Recovery of Debts and Bankruptcy Act, which govern the banking and debt recovery laws in India.