Nitesh Jain is a partner in the dispute resolution practice at Trilegal. His practice focuses on court litigation, international and domestic commercial arbitrations, white-collar crimes practice and insolvency matters. He has extensive experience of litigating before Indian courts, including the Supreme Court, high courts, trial courts, tribunals, and regulatory and quasi-judicial commissions. He regularly represents clients before ad hoc and major arbitration institutions. He has represented and advised large conglomerates, banking and financial institutions, private equity funds, foreign investors, Indian and multinational corporations including listed companies and other clients on corporate criminal matters including defending in prosecutions and enforcement actions, anti-money laundering investigation, banking frauds, cyber fraud, criminal trials and investigations being conducted by the Indian law enforcement agencies and regulators. He has acted for consortium of banks in the largest banking fraud in India and successfully argued the first case under the Fugitive Economic Offenders Act, 2018 for confiscation of properties. Recently, he successfully represented an accused in a bail proceeding in a politically sensitive matter under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002 and is defending an anti-money laundering criminal prosecution concerning a US$6 billion collective investment scheme.