Vishrov specializes in litigation with a focus on disputes in the power and infrastructure sectors.
He handles matters relating to tariff fixation, fuel supply issues, contractual and regulatory issues including extension of time and cost claims, change in law, recovery of tariff and fuel cost pass through.
He represents leading developers in arbitration proceedings in the power and highway sector involving claims of breach, force majeure, recovery of costs and EPC disputes. He also advises clients on commercial disputes including relating to supply contracts and disputes in the IT/ITES sector.
Vishrov is also representing leading renewable energy companies in litigation pertaining to reduction and non-payment of tariff, renewal of existing PPAs and change in law claims.
He has also advised clients on challenges to environment clearances, regulatory proceedings before National Green Tribunal and project implementation issues such as tree felling, setting up of bird diverters and other environmental matters.
He regularly appears and argues matters before the Hon’ble Supreme Court, Tribunals and Commissions and arbitral tribunals
Before joining the Disputes Practice, Vishrov was in independent practice dealing with Civil, Criminal and Arbitration matters. He has also worked with the Firm’s Corporate Commercial Team.
Bar Council of Delhi
- “Can IBC override existing contracts? Why giving primacy to insolvency law may set a wrong precedent” published in ET Rise, January 18, 2021
- “Economic Deprivation and the Right to Property”, published in EPC World, December 24, 2020
“Energy Storage in India – a perspective”, published in ET EnergyWorld, May 27, 2020
- “Systemic changes required to resuscitate India’s energy sector”, published in Corporate Dispute Resolution, June, 2018
- “What was ‘mine’ is now yours for a fair price” published in Moneycontrol.com, April, 12, 2017
B.A. LLB, National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata (2007)