Rahul P. Jain

Rahul P. Jain

Associate Partner | Mumbai

Dispute Resolution; Real Estate; Taxation
Enrolment No. MAH/3668/2007


Rahul is an Associate Counsel in the Dispute Resolution practice group of the firm. With over 16 years of experience, he specializes in commercial litigation and arbitration, and real estate transactions. He has significant experience in indirect tax advisory and litigation, intellectual property rights practices including media & entertainment law and regularly appears before High Courts, City Civil Courts and tribunals, including appellate authorities. He conducts legal due diligence for financial institutions, realtors, individuals, FMCG companies pertaining to real estate transactions, and also issues title certificates for real estate transactions. He advises media and entertainment clients for films, TV serials, web series, production houses, distributors, writers namely lyrists, screenplay, story, dialogue, directors, actors etc. He is a law graduate from K.C. Law College affiliated to Mumbai University.

Practice areas

  • Dispute Resolution
  • Real Estate
  • Taxation


  • Civil and commercial litigation
  • Indirect & Direct Taxation Laws
  • Arbitration, Conciliation and Mediation
  • Intellectual Property Rights Law
  • Real Estate - Conveyance and Drafting

Representative matters

  • Vodafone India Ltd
    On a writ petition filed before the High Court of Judicature at Bombay challenging the notice to hutch under Section 49 of Bombay Sales Tax Act for imposition of sales tax on voice transmission service for FY 1995 to 1999.
    On arbitral proceedings before the sole arbitrator for, inter alia, recovery of outstanding dues under the factoring facilities granted by SBIGFL v. Team Interventure Ltd (erstwhile Ruchika International).
  • Centre for Digestive and Kidney Diseases (India) Pvt Ltd (CDKD)
    On providing legal services in relation to arbitration proceedings under a business conducting agreement with Metropolis Healthcare Ltd.
  • ACME Solar Holdings Ltd
    On a writ petition filed in the High Court of Judicature at Bombay (Nagpur bench and Bombay bench) and High Court of Jaipur and Jodhpur, challenging the safeguard duty at the rate of 25% on imported solar cells and modules.
  • Kamal Baliga Charitable Trust
    On a first appeal filed in the High Court of Judicature at Bombay, challenging cancellation notice of registration and freezing of bank accounts issued under the FERA, Act.