新闻与文章

Oct 05 2020
by Legal Era - dated 05th October 2020

We are extremely delighted to share that our Partner, Abhishek Sharma has been recognised as one of the "40 Under 40 Rising Stars 2020" at the 5th Annual Legal Era 40 Under 40 Rising Star Awards 2020.

Legal Era’s '40 under 40 Rising Star Awards' are one of the most-coveted awards of the country that identify and honor young, up-and-coming talent under the age of 40 years that exemplifies vision, leadership, innovation, and accomplishments in the legal fraternity.

Check out the recording of event here.

 

Oct 05 2020
by Legal Era - dated 05th October 2020

We are extremely delighted to share that our Partner, Milind Jha has been recognised as one of the "40 Under 40 Rising Stars 2020" at the 5th Annual Legal Era 40 Under 40 Rising Star Awards 2020.

Legal Era’s '40 under 40 Rising Star Awards' are one of the most-coveted awards of the country that identify and honor young, up-and-coming talent under the age of 40 years that exemplifies vision, leadership, innovation, and accomplishments in the legal fraternity.

Check out the recording of event here.

Oct 01 2020
by Global Legal Chronicle - dated 01st October 2020

Link Legal acted on ₹64 Cr Series A fundraise for B2B startup, Bijnis led by Matrix and Sequoia. The deal has been featured on Global Legal Chronicle by PBV Monitor.

The transaction was led by Pratyush Khurana (Associate Partner) and Aditi Sharma (Associate).

Read more here.

Sep 30 2020
by Latest Laws - dated 30th September 2020

Read the article "Timelines for making of an Arbitral Award in view of Arbitration and Conciliation (Amendment) Act, 2019: The Continuing Saga of Retrospective Applicability" authored by our Disputes Partner, Milanka Chaudhury & Principal Associate, Naina Dubey published on Latest Laws.

Access the full article here.

Sep 28 2020
by Live Mint - dated 28th September 2020

Read the expert views of our Partner and Head - China Desk, Santosh Pai published in Live Mint in its story "By distancing China in tech, India may be shooting itself in the foot".

Blocking China will leave a void in India’s technological ecosystem, which has become dependent on the northern neighbour for tech as well as capital

Check out the full story here.