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High Court of Bombay
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Hon'ble Justices
B.Com., LL.B.

Born on 24th June 1968.

Was enrolled on 23rd September, 1992 as an Advocate on the Rolls of the Bar Council of Maharashtra & Goa.

Appeared on the Original Side and the Appellate Side of the Bombay High Court in matters involving Constitutional Law, Administrative Law, Company Law, Customs, Excise, Service Law, PILs and litigation under various Central and State Acts.

Since the year 1998 was representing the Government of India before the Bombay High Court and since November,2009 was appointed as a Special Counsel to represent the Government of India. Was appointed as "Standing Counsel" for Union Territory, Administration of Daman, Diu and Dadra Nagar Haveli for the Bombay High Court and was also a Counsel for University of Pune.

In 2005 was appointed by the Government of India as Counsel for U.T. Administration of Daman & Diu to represent the Union Territory Administration in the Commission of Inquiry in the collapse of Daman Ganga Bridge claiming 29 lives.

Represented various Public Sector Undertakings like Airport Authority of India, Air India, Reserve Bank of India, Rashtriya Chemicals and Fertilizers, India Security Press, Bank of Maharashtra, Hotel Corporation of India, Canara Bank, Maharashtra State Electricity Board (now MSEDCL and MSEGCL), BEST, Bank of India, National Highway Authority, Medical Council of India, Bombay Port Trust, Omnibus Industrial Development Corporation, Election Commission of India, Inter University Centre for Astronomy and Astrophysics (IUCCA) Pune.

Also represented several Educational Institutions on issues arising under various educational laws.

In April 2009 was appointed as a panel Counsel by Hon'ble Bombay High Court to represent in the cases against the High Court.

Elevated as an Additional Judge of the Bombay High Court on 6th January, 2014 and confirmed as Permanent Judge on 2nd March, 2016.

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