Events

Workshop on Cross Examination in Civil Trials & Arbitration: August 06, 2017

Introduction

Research and Publication Cell, Symbiosis Law School, NOIDA has organised ‘Workshop on Cross-Examination in Civil Trials & Arbitration’ on August 06, 2017 from 11:00am – 02:00pm.

About the Resource Person

Mr. Thriyambak Kannan, Advocate, Chambers of Thriyambak and Poongkhulali

Mr. Thriyambak is Advocate with Chambers of Thriyambak and Poongkhulali. His prior professional associations include: Mr. Arvind P Datar, Senior Advocate (May 2004 – May 2007); AZB & Partners, Mumbai (July 2008 – February 2011); Mr. R Murari, Senior Advocate (March 2011 – May 2015).

Mr. Thriyambak’s areas of interest include Corporate, Commercial and Civil Litigation. He has appeared before the Supreme Court of India; High Courts of Madras, Bombay, Delhi, Calcutta and Karnataka; City Civil Court; Company Law Board (now the National Company Law Tribunal); Debts Recovery Tribunal; District and State Consumer Redressal Authority; Arbitral Tribunals, both ad hoc and institutional.

Mr. Thriyambak has assisted Mr. Arvind P Datar, Senior Advocate in updating ‘Datar on the Constitution of India, Wadhwa Publication, 2007 edition’. He also is Editor to C R Dutta on Companies Act, 2013, LexisNexis Publication, 2017 edition.

Mr. Thriyambak has done LL.M. from University of Pennsylvania Law School, Philadelphia (USA) (2008) and LL.B. from Symbiosis Society’s Law College, Pune (2004).

Mr. Thriyambak’s representative experience includes: Briefed the former Attorney General for the United Kingdom in an ICC Arbitration for an infrastructure company in a dispute with its Spanish joint venture partner; Regularly advised and represented the Indian joint venture partners of an Indo – German joint venture in proceedings before the Company Law Board, arbitration, anti – suit and anti – arbitration proceedings; Appeared on behalf of a public company in a proceeding filed against it by a fund in a dispute concerning the redemption of optionally convertible debentures, which investment agreement stood frustrated; Appeared on behalf of a fund against the promoters of an airline company seeking conversion of preference shares into equity shares issued to the fund by the airline company; Represented a top accounting and consulting firm’s management in a complaint of sexual harassment brought by one of its directors; Appeared for a large Indian conglomerate and its affiliates in a public interest litigation alleging violations of foreign direct investment in multi brand retail in India; Representing a branch of a large business family in a complex dispute regarding the inheritance of shareholding in the family company; Drafted and appeared in winding up proceedings on behalf of foreign currency convertible bondholders against defaulters who had breached the terms of the issuance of the bonds; Appeared for South Korea’s largest consumer goods manufacturer in an action against its Indian sole – selling agent, wherein the agent fraudulently had entered into various licensing agreements; Settled a proceeding in favour of the owners of a property initiated against them by Indian Bank, Chennai which involved allegations of fraud and illegal sub – mortgaging.

Venue

Moot Court Hall,
Third Floor, Academic Block, Symbiosis Law School,
Sector 62, A Block, 47-48
NOIDA 201301

Contact Person

Dr. Meenakshi Kaul,
Assistant Professor &
Head – Academic Initiatives,
Research and Publication Cell

Mr. Saurabh Chandra,
Assistant Professor &
Head – Administration,
Research and Publication Cell

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