Devansh Mohta has been in private practice as a Counsel since 2005, appearing in Civil, Commercial, Company, Constitutional Law, Labour Law, Service Law & Criminal law. Regularly advices and appears as Counsel before various High Courts and the Supreme Court of India.
Mohta successfully argued the case of Mobilox v. Kirusa (2018)1 SCC 353 where the Supreme Court delivered its first judgment laying down the scope of the expression "dispute" under section 8 and 9 of the recently enacted Insolvency & Bankruptcy Code, 2016.
Also, successfully argued the case of P. Radhabai v. P. Ashok Kumar (2018)13 SCALE 60 where the Supreme Court delivered its first judgment on the applicability of section 17 of the Limitations Act, 1963 while making an application under section 34(3) of the Arbitration & Conciliation Act, 1963.
Recently appeared in a case under Information Technology Act, 2000 where the Telecom Dispute Settlement Appellate Tribunal (TDSAT) delivered its first judgment on data theft relating to technology and e-mails. Made his first appearance before the Constitution Bench (5 judges) of the Supreme Court of India at the young age of 28 years in a case regarding Land Acquisition for the purpose Town Planning and recently appeared and successfully argued before the Constitution Bench which upheld the validity of Passive Euthanasia in India.
He is Member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, London, the Swiss Arbitration Association, Geneva, and the Swedish Arbitration Association. He was appointed as the sole arbitrator by the High Court for adjudicating disputes under 6 agreement between the parties [Ad-Hoc Arbitration]- Award delivered (within 10months)