is the founder of ANA Law Group and has been in practice for more than 25 years. He has vast advisory and transactional experience in all areas of Indian law as well as being a distinguished employment, technology and Intellectual Property law expert. As regards employment law practice, Mr. Narayanan focuses on a range of issues related to employment in information technology, manufacturing, retail, pharmaceuticals, etc. His clients include multinational corporations, law firms from various parts of the world and Indian companies and individuals. Mr. Narayanan has regularly advised on the setting up of Indian employment platforms for overseas companies, compensation-structure-related documentation, legal assistance on complex senior-management terminations, strategies to handle sexual harassment complaints in India, structuring industry specific and substantially enforceable non-compete and non-solicitation obligations, ownership of employee developed intellectual property and data privacy. He has worked with some of the nation’s highest profile companies as well as global corporates in the manufacturing industry, banking and finance sectors, and telecommunications and technology companies. Mr. Narayanan is a member of the International Bar Association (IBA), as well as the American Bar Association (ABA), and has spoken on Indian employment law issues at various annual – and other international – conferences organised by the IBA. Mr. Narayanan consistently speaks at a number of Indian and international forums on his areas of practice and has also published many articles in leading national dailies touching upon several areas of Indian law.
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