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Managing Partner at Rautray & Co. | India
Mrs. Ginny Jetley Rautray is the Managing Partner of Rautray & Co. Law Firm Situated in New
Delhi, India. Mrs. Rautray has extensive experience of 27 years in litigation with commendable
expertise in Constitutional, Administrative, Arbitration and Alternate Dispute Resolution,
Corporate, Civil, Service and Labour laws.
Mrs. Rautray is handling various litigations before the Supreme Court of India and High Courts
of the Indian states for a Hong Kong based Company with respect to disputes pertaining to
contracts re: Common Wealth Games
Mrs. Rautray appeared for the Petitioner in a matter before the Bombay High Court pertaining
to evidence of witness in India for valuation of shares of a US Company. The Bombay High
Court was faced with the question whether to execute a Letter of Rogatory issued by the New
York City Court under Indian CPC or exercise its powers under the Hague Convention for
Taking Evidence Abroad which had not been implemented by India even though India was a
signatory to the convention.
Mrs. Rautray appeared in an International Commercial Arbitration under LCIA Rules
pertaining to shipping of iron ore to a Hong Kong based company.
Mrs. Rautray has handled matter pertaining to disputes arising out of construction of Terminal
Building and allied works for the Bhubaneshwar Airport. She has also handled matter
pertaining to disputes between parties under a Concession Agreement for the operation and
maintenance of the Four Laning of Jetpur-Somnath section of NH-8D for 127 kilometres in the
State of Gujarat (“Project”) under NHDP Phase-III to be executed as BOT (Toll) Project on
DBFOT (Design, Build, Finance, Operate and Transfer) basis.
Mrs. Rautray has advised and represented a major government undertaking in the bridge
collapse matter in the Union Territory of Daman and in relation to dispute arising out of subcontracts in construction projects in Iraq and Libya.