is a partner at Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas and heads the Labour and Employment law practice. Her area of expertise encompasses a range of matters in the field of employment and labour laws. She has advised on numerous areas, including the structuring of workforces; social security; pensions; benefits and compensation; transition of employees and implications in corporate restructuring; employee stock options and other performance incentive schemes; contract labour analysis; closure of factories and establishments; breach of secrecy; non-compete and non-solicitation obligations; HR policies; hiring, transfer and termination of employees; and general compliances under employment and labour law.
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