Pulkit specialises in civil litigation with a particular interest in contentious insolvency, fraud and asset tracing, avoidance, corporate restructuring, minority oppression, mergers and amalgamations, commercial and property disputes, banking, and public law. He regularly represents litigants before courts, quasi-judicial, and arbitral tribunals in India.
Pulkit is also a qualified Chartered Accountant (ACA, ICAEW), and before receiving his call to the bar, practiced with the dispute resolution, forensic investigation and contentious insolvency teams at Grant Thornton. During this time he was involved in some of the most complicated commercial litigations – investigating and prosecuting, on behalf of the Government, in matters involving charges of political corruption against a former head of state; assisting expert witness to Court in a US$8 billion claim involving exotic forex derivatives; investigating, on behalf of an Insolvency Practitioner, missing trader fraud involving carbon credit trades.
Pulkit is the chairman of the INSOL India Young Practitioners’ Committee, and a member of the ICAEW Forensic and Expert Witness Group.