Joint Ventures & Public Private Partnerships

From advising at all stages of the joint venture transaction, from planning to the incorporation of the joint venture company and addressing related legal compliance to devising viable methods of investment best suited to the needs of the venture, we also conduct negotiations, due diligence, draft agreements and also advise on ancillary issues such as exits, dissolutions, takeovers, amendments, licensing, taxation, etc.

When it comes to opportunities for our clients working with the Public Sector through strategic partnerships such as Public Private Partnerships, we commence our guidance from structuring/ restructuring and negotiations and amendments in a bid or a tender document to ensure viable and economically feasible performance and thereafter we support our clientele in complying with requirements laid down under the requirement and also guide through till the process of completion of the project and also support in resolution of disputes, if any. We also support in drafting of agreements where multiple parties are involved ensuring the rights and obligations of each party are comprehensively covered.

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DATA PRIVACY IN THE ERA OF DIGITAL HEALTHCARE

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Air India Data Breach: A Legal Analysis

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Research and Insights

Cross Border Insolvency under the I & B Code, 2016: The road ahead

Law relating to cross border insolvency concerns itself with Indian financial creditors having claims upon defaulting companies which are global, or global financial persons having claims

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SALE AS A GOING CONCERN UNDER LIQUIDATION: A SAFTEY TOOL

The enactment of the Insolvency & Bankruptcy Code, 2016 (‘Code’) introduced a revamped regime for the liquidation of companies for which insolvency resolution has failed.

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Arcelormittal India Private Limited Vs. Satish Kumar Gupta & Ors.: Filling of Judicial Granite in 29A(c) of Insolvency & Bankruptcy Code, 2016

‘Quando aliquid prohibetur ex directo, prohibetur et per obliquum’, meaning what cannot be done directly, cannot be done indirectly,

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