Harpreet Giani Registered as DIFC Counsel

Harpreet Giani has been registered in Dubai  as a part – II practitioner (barrister) in the Dubai International Financial Centre Courts’ Register of Legal Practitioners.

He is now authorized to issue and conduct proceedings and to appear before the Dubai Courts. Mr. Giani advises and acts for several Dubai based corporate clients and investment banks.

If you would like to instruct Mr Giani please contact the Practice Directors on 0207 440 9950 or clerks@33cllaw.com

Harpreet Giani Advises Chairman of Sahara India on Civil and Criminal Indian Supreme Court Litigation

Harpreet is currently advising the Chairman of the Sahara India Parivar in its ongoing commercial, civil and criminal litigation in the Supreme Court of India.

He is also advising on it’s commercial disinvestment transactions in excess of £1.5 Billion. Sahara, with a net worth of £ 6,672 million, is the second largest employer in India, employing 1,1000,000 people across 4799 offices.

Updates on the case can be found here:

Harpreet Singh Giani Joins Chambers

Chambers is delighted to announce that Harpreet Giani has accepted an invitation to join Chambers after the successful completion of his pupillage, as a transferring lawyer.

Harpreet is one of very few practicing Barristers at both the English and Indian Bar. His expertise in cross border issues, appeal work, procedure and high value commercial wrongdoing litigation is unique and will assist Chambers in strengthening its international work and reputation.

With 13 years of litigation experience in the Punjab & Haryana High Court (the Indian equivalent of the EAW Court of Appeal) Harpreeet's Indian practice spans commercial, corporate, constitutional, regulatory, property laws and arbitration. He is standing counsel for the government of Chandigarh and represents several statutory authorities in the state of Punjab.

Harpreet’s EAW work takes in asset recovery, litigation, judicial review and cross-border advisory work. As a tenant with Chambers, his practice will be based in this jurisdiction whilst maintaing a significant presence in India.