is a co-founder of the firm and has extensive experience in advising leading multinationals, banks and financial institutions on a range of legal issues relating to doing business in India, and is able to practise both in England and India. Graduating from the University of Cambridge with a First, he worked with Freshﬁelds Bruckhaus Deringer in London for four years, followed by a stint with an established Indian law ﬁrm, before setting up his independent ﬁrm in 2002. He heads the ﬁrm's regulatory practice.
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