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Number of partners worldwide: 43
Number of other lawyers worldwide: 150+
Languages: English, Hindi and major regional Indian languages

Firm Overview:
INDUSLAW is a multi-speciality Indian law firm advising a wide range of international and domestic clients across a variety of sectors on legal issues relating to their business, strategies, litigation and transaction goals. Cross disciplinary teams work across offices to provide seamless and focussed advice, and assisting clients to take informed decisions and reach effective outcomes.

Main Areas of Practice:
■ Anti-Bribery & Anti-Corruption
■ Banking & Finance
■ Capital Markets & International Offerings
■ Competition/Antitrust
■ Corporate/M&A
■ Data Protection
■ Dispute Resolution
■ Employment
■ Insolvency & Restructuring
■ Intellectual Property
■ International Trade
■ Private Equity & Venture Capital
■ Projects, Infrastructure & Energy
■ Real Estate
■ Technology, Media & Telecom

Anti-Bribery & Anti-Corruption:
4 partners
The firm advises on investigations and compliance in the context of Indian and global anti-corruption law.

Banking & Finance:
3 partners
The firm advises lenders, borrowers, issuers and guarantors on a range of financial transactions, including syndicated lending, bond issues, security packages, debt restructuring, project finance, structured products, securitisation and general regulatory matters.

Capital Markets & International Offerings:
6 partners
The firm advises companies looking at raising equity capital and debt funding, both domestically and overseas including PIPEs, IPOs, QIPs, ADRs and GDRs. Competition/Antitrust: 3 partners The firm advises on non-contentious and contentious competition law matters relating to mergers and acquisitions and anti-competitive agreements.

18 partners
The firm advises on private and public acquisitions, business and asset transfers, carve-outs, creeping acquisitions, demergers, management buyouts, regulatory matters relating to the Takeover Code, slump sales, stock purchases and statutory mergers and amalgamations.

Data Protection:
5 partners
The firm advises on the regulatory environment relating to the collection and storage of data, data privacy, security requirements, safeguards and compliance, and risk mitigation.

Dispute Resolution:
8 partners
The firm advises clients across sectors, and all practices, right from early stage counselling and strategy to conducting conciliation, arbitration, mediation and litigation across a variety of courts, tribunals and fora.

3 partners
The firm advises on employment contracts, policies, internal disciplinary procedures, compensation and benefits, investigations, comprehensive employment law audits, reduction-in-force exercises and general employment related matters.

Private Equity & Venture Capital:
17 partners
The firm advises clients on investments across the entire cycle from strategy and structuring, to term sheet, due diligence, documentation, negotiation and closing, and exits. Recently it has been particularly active across the e-commerce and technology sectors.

Insolvency & Restructuring:
7 partners
The firm advises creditors, debtors, guarantors, directors, insolvency professionals, resolution applicants and trustees in relation to the restructuring, liquidation and winding up of businesses under the Insolvency & Bankruptcy Code.

Intellectual Property:
4 partners
The firm advises on the protection and prosecution of intellectual property rights in India, issues in corporate and commercial transactions, licencing arrangements, due diligence, and structuring transfers.

International Trade:
2 partners
The firm advises stake holders on various international trade law issues including but not limited to cases relating to anti-dumping and countervailing duties, queries pertaining to export control.

Projects, Infrastructure & Energy:
5 partners
The firm advises developers, contractors, borrowers, lenders, acquirers and investors across the entire project life cycle from bidding to project development, concession agreements, EPC contracts, Off-take agreements, operating contracts, financing, security, dispute resolution, refinancing and exits.

Real Estate:
7 partners
The firm advises on land due diligence, title documentation, transaction structuring, documentation, post-closing activities and disputes.

Technology, Media, Telecoms:
8 partners
The firm advises on regulations, transactions and commercial issues involving the telecom, technology and media sectors, including e-commerce, fintech, data privacy, general contractual arrangements and related disputes.

Key Clients:
The firm regularly advises a number of sector leading clients, including:
ABB Technology Ventures, AB InBev, Accel Partners, Airbnb, Autodesk India, Autostrada, Amazon, Avery Dennison, Axis Bank, Baxter Pharmaceuticals, Becton Dickinson, Bigbasket, British Petroleum, CDH Investments, CIBT, Inc., Cadila Healthcare, Canadian Solar, Canon India, ChrysCapital, Citibank, Cleartrip, Dunzo, Ebix Group, Enel, Engie, Equicap, Essar Steel, Everstone, Exfinity Venture Partners LLP, FRV, Facebook, FlaktGroup Holdings GmbH, Flipkart, Ford India, Gates Corporation, Genesys International, GE Power, GE Renewables, Goldman Sachs, Google India, HDFC Bank, Honeywell, IBM India, ICICI Bank, India Equity Partners, InfraCo Asia, I-Squared Capital, Kontoor Brands, Kraft Heinz, Larsen & Toubro, Livspace, MadAssets Inc., Mahindra Group, Merck Group, Micromax, Microsoft, Ministry of Commerce, Government of India, Mitsubishi Electric, Mizuho Bank, NTPC, Naspers Group, National Bank of Fujairah, Netmeds, Nielsen, Nike, Orbimed, Oyorooms, Partners Group, Quantiphi Inc., Quikr, Raymond Limited, Rhone Capital, Ribbit Capital Mauritius, SAIF Partners, Sarine Technologies, SB Energy, Schott Glass AG, Schneider India, Shell India, Shunwei Capital, Siemens, Sistema, Snapdeal, Sojitz Dubai, Sprng Energy, Sterlite Power, Suez Group, TCM Korea, Tangible Play Inc., The Mauritius Commercial Bank, Toshiba Medical, Toyota Financial, Times Internet, Uber India, Vedanta Limited, Volvo Financial, Wipro, Xiaomi, Yahoo! India, Yes Bank, Zomato India


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