is a dual-qualiﬁed lawyer in England and India. After graduating in 1995 from the University of Cambridge, Karam worked with Freshﬁelds Bruckhaus Deringer in London for four years. On returning to India, Karam worked with an established Indian law ﬁrm, before setting up this ﬁrm in 2002. Karam has extensive experience in advising banks and leading multinationals on the legal aspects involved in establishing and doing business in India. Karam also heads the ﬁrm's regulatory practice. Karam has advised numerous organisations, including a leading GCC sovereign wealth fund, BP, Tencent, Wellington and WPP.
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