新闻与文章

Oct 20 2021
by Mondaq - dated 20th October 2021

Link Legal advised Air India Limited, the national carrier of India in its disinvestment transaction, pursuant to which the Government of India transferred its stake in Air India Limited, Air India Express Limited and Air India SATS Airport Services Private Limited to Tata Sons through a competitive tendering process.

The team from Link Legal was led by Nusrat Hassan (Co-Managing Partner), Anand Srivastava, Anuj Trivedi, Milind Jha, Sanjay Gupta and Bhalchandra Palav (Partners) who were supported by Rajan Dubey, Aditya Bhardwaj and Neha Singh (Associate Partners), Shailender Sharma, Akshay Bhagchandani and Kashish Arora (Principal Associates), Aditi Sharma and Yasmeen Sabir (Senior Associates) and Anjali Sharma, Nikhil Jain and Aniket Dighe (Associates).

Oct 18 2021
by The Federation of Telangana Chambers of Commerce and Industry Review - dated 18th October 2021

Read the article “Hits and/or misses - Discussion Paper on CIRP” authored by our Insolvency Partner, Y. Sriniwas Arun, published in The Federation of Telangana Chambers of Commerce and Industry Review – October Issue.

“The framework of the code of conduct for the CoC has been drawn from the need for CoC as a key stakeholder to be fair and transparent in its decisions by making the participating members accountable for their actions or omissions and strengthening collective action. A member of the committee of creditors is required to abide by the code of conduct, both individually and jointly.”

Read the full article here.

Oct 14 2021
by India Infrastructure Forum - dated 14th October 2021

Check out the glimpses of the recently held ‘Virtual Roundtable on Key Regulatory Developments’, organised by India Infrastructure Forum where our Associate Partner, Aditya K Singh shared his expert insights on Judicial & Legal Updates in Solar & Wind Sector.

The panel discussed the recent regulatory updates from the infrastructure sector.

For more information/queries, please write to us at events@linklegal.in

Oct 14 2021
by Link Legal - dated 14th October 2021

Our October 2021 Regulatory Compliance Newsletter is now live!

The current edition brings to you key developments in Labour laws, Environment & Safety laws, Finance laws, and Industry related laws. Also, find out some of the recent developments in the Firm, and more.

Read the full newsletter here.

Oct 11 2021
by VCCEdge - dated 11th October 2021

Delighted to share that Link Legal, features as one of the Top 5 Law Firms in India in the VCCEdge League Table.

The Firm has been ranked #5 by Deal Volume in the League Table for M&A Top Legal Advisors (Q3 2021).

Check out the rankings here.

Oct 11 2021
by BW Legal World - dated 11th October 2021

Link Legal, led by its Corporate Partner Ketan Mukhija, Associate Partner Gaurav Priyadarshi, Associate Partner Aditya K Singh, and Senior Associate Apurv Ranjan assisted Slintel in the effective closing of the transaction, focusing on the Indian jurisdictional leg of the Merger.

The deal has been featured on BW Legal World.

Oct 08 2021
by Mondaq - dated 08th October 2021

Read the article “20 Years of Cape Town Convention - Indian Perspective on Aviation's Lynchpin Framework” authored by our Associate Partner, Neha Singh published on Mondaq.

The creation of IR and the concept of international interest have gradually been recognized, accepted and honored by multiple jurisdictions, which is a key achievement for CTC as this provides a uniform mechanism for both registration and enforcement of rights.

Read the full article here.

Oct 07 2021
by Debtwire (Acuris) - dated 07th October 2021

Extremely pleased to share that Link Legal has been ranked in the India Loans League Table Report 9M 2021 published by Debtwire (Acuris).

The Firm has been ranked #12 both by deal volume and number of deals as 9M 2021 India Lead Banks' Legal Counsel.

Oct 07 2021
by The Hindu Business Line - dated 07th October 2021

Read the case analysis “Emergency Arbitration: India and International Perspective” authored by our Partner, Sidhartha Srivastava, and Senior Associate, Yasmeen Sabir.


While Emergency arbitration serves as a turning point for the worldwide scenario, India still awaits full statutory recognition of EA. Prima facie, taking into consideration various advantages and disadvantages, it can be safely concluded that emergency arbitration is the need of the hour which works in the interest of both the parties and thus creates a win-win strategy, which is one of the objectives behind alternative dispute resolution.”

Read the full analysis here

Oct 06 2021
by Mondaq - dated 06th October 2021

Read the case analysis on Apex Court's view on Withdrawal or Modifications after the approval of Resolution Plan under the IBC, authored by our Partner, P Ravi Charan published on Mondaq.

We urge the NCLT and NCLAT to be sensitive to the effect of such delays on the insolvency resolution process and be cognizant that adjournments hamper the efficacy of the judicial process. The NCLT and the NCLAT should endeavor, on a best effort basis, to strictly adhere to the timelines stipulated under the IBC and clear pending resolution plans forthwith.

Read the full analysis here.