Practicing Partner
BCom, LL.B., LL.M., Solicitor (India)
Advocate Bombay High Court
Solicitor, Bombay Incorporated Law Society
Advocate, Supreme Court of India
Advocate on Record, Supreme Court of India
EMAIL : binita@bruschambers.com
TELEPHONE : +91-22-22659969
MOBILE : +91 976 9946864
EXPERTISE + Commercial Litigation & Arbitration
+ International Commercial Arbitration
+ Shipping
+ Infrastructure & Projects 
+ P&I and Marine Insurance 
+ Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Award
Brus Chambers, is praised for its ‘prompt responses, knowledge, efficiency, understanding of the industry, application of law, and innovative ideas used at the right time and place’.  Binita Hathi is the key name
                    - Legal500

'Stands-out for litigation and arbitration'
                    - Legal500

'First class for International arbitration'
                    - Worldlawyers.NET

'track record to negotiate and settle cases out of court'
                    -Economic Times

'best for projects and infrastructure work'
                    -NDTV Profit

'processed enforcement of foreign arbitral award in India promptly'
                    -KEV Shipping

Binita Hathi heads dispute resolution practice, has extensive experience in resolving international and domestic client disputes through litigation and arbitration and is also known for negotiating amicable settlement between the parties, enforcing foreign arbitral awards, enforcement of foreign court judgment and decree. She is also known for her contractual skills for projects on ports, dredging, shipping, oil, gas, infrastructure, construction and energy. She also excels in admiralty ship arrest and other shipping work.

International Arbitration and Disputes has always been her forte, analysing the dispute, understanding the strong and weak points in the dispute, strategising the dispute. She masters all procedural techniques used in international arbitration in combination with her legal analytical mind on law and the procedure. She is street smart does her best to achieve results for client.

International arbitration, ad-hoc or institutional with seat in India or overseas are represented by Brus Chambers on behalf of their client.

She has acted in several institutional international arbitrations under the rules of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), UNCITRAL, London Court of International Arbitration, Stockholm Chamber of Commerce, American Arbitration Association (AAA), ICSID, UNCITRAL, SCC, DIAC, SIAC, CICA, PCA, CIArb, AFA, OHADA (CCJA), ICJ and ad hoc cases. Brus Chambers specialisation in arbitration has led to close relationships with arbitration specialists in other countries when the law or procedure of some other jurisdiction becomes pertinent. For all these reasons, Brus Chambers has been frequently engaged to handle all aspects of complex international disputes or to serve as lead or co-counsel in international arbitration proceedings, where seat of arbitration is in India or outside India. Brus Chambers attorneys are well versed in the many different ADR areas. Thus, the firm can respond quickly and effectively to client needs in complex and foreign business disputes. Very often, just knowing the array of choices may shorten the time and energy required to bring the matter to an early resolution.

She is co-author of the book ‘International Arbitration’, 'Maritime Practice in India' and 'Ship Arrest in India and Admiralty Laws of India'. Binita Hathi has sound knowledge and offers practical solutions to clients and has notable expertise in commercial related litigation and arbitration matters. She is praised for her multi-jurisdictional reach.

Career & Education
LL.B from Government Law College, Mumbai;
LL.M from Government Law College, Mumbai;
Admitted as Advocate with the Bar Council of Maharashtra & Goa;
Admitted as Solicitor with the Bombay Incorporated Law Society;
Admitted as Advocate on Record (AOR) with the Supreme Court of India;
Advocate Bombay High Court and Supreme Court of India;

Legal assistant Desai & Dewanji,
Advocate Assistant at Hariani & Co,
Advocate Assistant at Bhatt & Saldanha,
Solicitor Assistant at Mulla & Mulla, Craigie, Blunt & Caroe (1994-98).
Partner with Brus Chambers, Solicitors;

Co-author of the book ‘International Arbitration';
Co-author of the book ‘Ship Arrest in India and Admiralty Laws of India’;
Co-author of the book ‘Maritime Practice in India’;

Successfully completed 'Justice', a course of study offered by Harvard University under the guidance of Prof. Michael J. Sandel, Professor of Government at Harvard University, where he teaches political philosophy.

English, Hindi, Marathi and Bengali.

Admitted as Advocate with the Bar Council of Maharashtra & Goa;
Admitted as Solicitor with the Bombay Incorporated Law Society,;
Admitted as Advocate on Record (AOR) with the Supreme Court of India;





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