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Shalini MunjalEmail: shalini@legacylawoffices.com; Mobile : +91-9988198360

Shalini Munjal possesses more than 24 years of rich professional work experience as a legal practitioner. Her practice areas include Contracts & Commercial Laws and Dispute Resolution concerning developmental projects. However, her forte is Transactional Support for Infrastructure & Real Estate Projects across diverse sectors. She possesses extensive experience of legal matters pertaining to EPC as well as PPP Contracts in a variety of Infrastructure Sectors including Roads & Bridges, Transport, Urban, Sports Industrial, Integrated Townships, Tourism, Health, Education etc.. She has rendered legal services for facilitating Bid Process Management and successful Financial Closure of a number of Infrastructure Projects. Earlier, Shalini also served as an in-house counsel of the Punjab Infrastructure Development Board for a period of 4 years wherein she gained extensive experience pertaining to infrastructure related legislation, development of PPP projects & financing thereof, including administering of Toll Road Concession Agreements, EPC Contracts for construction of roads and O&M Contracts for maintenance of roads. The clients of the Law Firm have been highly appreciative of her professional work pertaining to variety of Infrastructure Projects which include Highways, Bridges, Bus Terminals, Railway Stations, Multi Level Car Parking-cum-Commercial Complexes, Skill Development Institutes, Hospitals, Sugar Mills, Bio-Technology Park, Integrated Townships, Hotels, etc. She has been credited with accomplishing contractual documentation for a large number of real estate projects and rendering advice in relation thereto.

Shalini also handles dispute resolution matters involving high value claims concerning developmental projects including proceedings before the Dispute Resolution Boards and Arbitral Tribunals.