is founder of the firm and has more than 25 years’ experience as an attorney, focusing on a broad range of IP, IT, outsourcing, employment, technology, data protection, telecommunications and entertainment law matters. He has worked with some of the nation’s highest-profile companies, including global corporates in the manufacturing industry, and banking and finance sectors, in addition to TMT companies. Anoop’s expertise in the TMT and data privacy sector developed during liberalisation in India in the mid to late-1990s, when he, as an external counsel in the country, advised on the India entry-related legal aspects, assisted in setting up the Indian operations of large global technology companies, and handled several India-bound outsourcing transactions with major Indian IT companies. His team regularly advises on all technology advancements and the related legal developments, including cloud computing, internet-enabled mobile devices, VOIP, online gaming, cookie technology and the widespread social networking, that carry significant legal challenges.
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