• B.A., LL.B. (Hons.), West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences, 2014
  • LL.M., New York University School of Law, 2018

bar admission

  • Bar Council of Delhi, 2014
  • Delhi High Court Bar Association, 2014
  • New York State Bar (First Judicial Department), 2019

Vinayak is an independent litigator in Delhi with eight years of experience in civil and commercial litigation across various fora. Previously, he has worked as an associate in the chambers of Mr. Samar Bansal and subsequently with Mr. Rajshekhar Rao.

His practice covers a wide range of civil and commercial litigation and arbitration with a specific focus on disputes pertaining to antitrust, corporate law and contracts. He has represented both private parties and government bodies (including the Competition Commission of India, and Indian Oil Corporation Ltd.) in proceedings before the Supreme Court of India, various High Courts, arbitral tribunals and the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal.

In his free time, Vinayak enjoys cooking and attempting to locate the best kebabs in Delhi.

Notable work:

  • Represented the Great Eastern Energy Corporation Ltd. in Saurabh Tripathy v. Competition Commission and Anr. before the Delhi High Court
  • Represented the Competition Commission of India in SCM Soilfert & Anr. v. CCI before the Competition Appellate Tribunal
  • Represented the Plaintiff before a Full Bench of the Delhi High Court in Subhashini Malik v. S.K. Gandhi
  • Represented the Consortium of National Law Universities in Shreyas Sinha v. West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences before the Supreme Court of India
  • Represented an Indian construction company in international commercial arbitration proceedings initiated by a Mauritius based private equity fund.


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