is an associate in the projects, energy and infrastructure practice group. She focuses on power, oil and gas, mining and PPP projects such as railways and urban infrastructure, and has extensively advised major global and Indian companies engaged in this sector. Ashita is a member of the Bar Council of Delhi. Her expertise lies in drafting, reviewing and finalising project-related documents (such as concession agreements, power purchase agreements, operation and maintenance agreements, engineering, procurement and construction contracts, and service agreements), carrying out project-related due diligence and rendering advice on various aspects of legal issues in the projects, energy and infrastructure sector. Her recent publications include "Changes in the Legal Regime for the Mining Sector", Economic Times, May 2020.
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