Advocate Punjab & Haryana High Court
Karan Bhardwaj is the founder member and equity partner in Bhardwaj Law Chambers a budding Litigating Law Firm in Chandigarh. Karan is a lawyer with 12 years of experience in the field of litigation. He is practicing in Punjab and Harayna High Court and frequently appears in Supreme Court of India. His experience lies in Civil matters including land disputes, monetary disputes, arbitration law, compliances, Criminal Law including negotiable instruments cases, narcotics, domestic violence, matrimonial matters, tender maters, service law etc.
Karan has remained on the panel of Official Liquidator attached to Punjab and Haryana High Court at Chandigarh and has dealt with company matters including issues like mergers, amalgamation, and acquisitions. He is also on the panel of UNION OF INDIA w.e.f April/2015, and has represented Ministry of Defence, Human Resource etc. Karan is also a trained mediator and is performing as Mediator in Punjab and Haryana High Court Mediation Centre. He is “Guest faculty” at the Prestigious Army Institute of Law, and is performing the said role since June/2011 and has taught subjects like Competition Law, Arbitration Law, CPC, IPC, Law of Evidence, Jurisprudence, Police and Prison Administration etc.
Carrying the legacy of “Bhardwaj Law Associates” further Karan also did pro-bano cases as well. He remained on the panel of High Court Legal Services Authority which works under the aegis of Legal Services Authorities Act for providing legal help to the vulnerable sections of society and downtrodden people. He has been given an opportunity to work as Amicus Curaie by High Court in cases dealing with custodial deaths and rights of prisoners as well.
Various clients consult Karan for his perfect legal strategies and the right course of action at the time of disputes. Karan has attended Advocacy skill Training Program conducted by Indo- British project helped him know the practical way of working on any cases. This program enhances his legal skills and refined him in legal matters. Karan even attended seminars regarding Domestic Violence in 2006, Information on Technology Act 2000, and Right to Information Act in the year 2006 which has helped him enhance its research over such cases. Karan is considered to be a paragon for quality legal advice and domain expertise. He has a vision of seeing the invisible that help him sort cases easily. His hard-work, experience, and consistent dedication have made him rank on the top list of best lawyers in India.