Abhinav Agnihotri is an Associate Partner with Link Legal having 13 years of experience in handling disputes and arbitration matters.

He completed his law in 2007 with Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University and joined the Firm in 2011. He is a member of the Bar Council of Delhi.

He is a part of the Disputes team and has been handling various high-stake dispute matters before various courts and tribunals. He has been representing clients in disputes before the Supreme Court, High Courts, Subordinate Courts and Tribunals including arbitrations. He has handled disputes involving civil, criminal, commercial, constitutional & regulatory laws including representing clients in several matters arising under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act. He also has wide experience in handling matters and proceedings arising under various labour laws.

  • Dispute Resolution
B.A. LLB, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Delhi 2007
Apr 01 2021
by Live Law - dated 01st April 2021

Read the article "Powers of Attachment of the Directorate of Enforcement Under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002" authored by Abhinav Agnihotri, Associate Partner and Dipan Sethi, Associate published on LiveLaw.

"Since, there is no judicial pronouncement by the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India till now and there are divergent views of two different High Courts, it would be interesting to see, going forward, as to how the Courts adjudicate on the powers of the ED to attach “untainted” or “clean” properties while scrutinizing and interpreting the definition of “proceeds of crime”."

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Mar 19 2021
by Latest Laws - dated 19th March 2021

Read the article ‘Realm of Public Policy and Enforcement of Domestic Arbitral Award’ authored by Abhinav Agnihotri, Associate Partner and Kumar Karan, Associate published on Latest Laws.

"The ground of public policy for setting aside of an award seems well settled in terms of the 2015 Amendment to the 1996 Act and the judgement of the Supreme Court in Venture Global Engineering and Ssangyong Engineering. The very nature of adopting an alternate means of dispute resolution is to minimise the interference of the Courts and provide more autonomy to the parties. The jurisprudence in the Indian scenario has come far and now it appears to be in consonance with the spirit to promote the alternate means of dispute settlement."

Read the full article here.

Mar 05 2021
by Link Legal - dated 05th March 2021

Our February 2021 Arbitration Newsletter is now live!

In the current issue, read the article on Realm of Public Policy and Enforcement of Domestic Arbitral Award, important case notes and some of the recent significant #developments at the Firm.

Read the full newsletter here.

Aug 23 2020
by Link Legal - dated 23rd August 2020


Arbitration as an alternate dispute resolution mechanism has seen a substantial rise in the last decade or so, not only in India but throughout the globe owing to the fact that arbitration allows greater party autonomy and is more cost effective and speedier as compared to litigation. The Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 (“the Arbitration Act”) deals with the law relating to arbitrations in India and the Arbitration Act was amended recently in 2019 with the ...

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Aug 14 2020
by Lokmat - dated 14th August 2020

“The petition filed through Atul Sharma, Milanka Chaudhary and Abhinav Agnihotri also challenged the constitutional validity of Section 73 of the Cantonments Act, 2006 while also seeking directions of the court for declaring that the land forming part of the IGI Airport is not a 'cantonment' within the meaning of Section 3 of the Cantonments Act…”

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Apr 06 2020
by Bar & Bench - dated 06th April 2020

Check out the latest article on "Law of Limitation in the time of COVID-19: Interpreting the Supreme Court's March 23 order" authored by Mr. Milanka Chaudhury (Partner), Mr. Abhinav Agnihotri (Associate Partner) and Ms. Chait...


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