Mohit Sharma

Mohit’s key focus area is disputes and commercial litigation. He has assisted various pharmaceutical, construction and FMCG companies with regulatory compliances in areas such as indirect taxation, Legal Metrology, Drugs & Cosmetics, Food Safety, Information Technology Laws, Insolvency, Environmental Laws, and more.

He advises and represents clients before various forums, including the Supreme Court, High Courts, National Company Law Tribunals, National Company Law Appellate Tribunal, CESTAT, and District Courts.

Mohit as a disputes lawyer has experience in commercial litigation, arbitrations, matters pertaining to land acquisition, insolvency and in general disputes. He has represented key clients before various fora across the country.

He has been practicing law since 2020. Before joining JSA, he was senior associate in indirect tax team at Lakshmikumaran & Sridharan



Rajasthan High Court Bar Association



Published an article titled “13 Reasons Why Anti-profiteering provisions under GST laws are unconstitutional” Read more

Published an article titled “the Conundrum surrounding the limitation period for issuance of Reassessment Notices under the Income Tax Act, 1961” Read more



  • B.A. LL.B. (Hons.) in Business Law, Nirma University, Ahmedabad, (2015-20)
  • AISSCE, CBSE, Maheshwari Public School, Jaipur (2013-14)



  • English
  • Hindi

Some of the key assignments in these areas handled and being handled by Mohit amongst others, cover the following: –

  • Successfully handled 20+ arbitrations involving a wide range of legal and factual issues.
  • Played a key role in several tax proceedings, including challenging the vires of Section 171 of the CGST Act, contesting amendments made to state VAT laws post GST implementation, addressing issues related to the refusal of transitional credit, and challenging reassessment notices issued under Section 148 of the IT Act.
  • Presented a detailed report to the Ministry of AYUSH, proposing the omission/deletion of Rule 170 from the Drugs Rules, 1945.
  • Represented and advised creditors and statutory authorities in matters pertaining to insolvency before various benches of the National Company Tribunal and National Company Law Appellate Tribunal.
  • Presented a comprehensive report to the Punjab Government highlighting the adverse effects of the illegal cattle tax imposed on the sale and purchase of cattle within the State.

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