Areas of Practice

KJS PARTNERS LEGAL LLP is a full-service Indian law firm that is truly international in vision, scope, experience and capability. The core values of the firm include a high degree of legal expertise, commitment to excellence, efficiency, integrity, focus and client care, all of which guide each member of the firm, be it the partners, associates or staff of KJS PARTNERS in their business dealings on a daily basis. W

BANKING AND PROJECT FINANCE

KJS PARTNERS acts for a wide range of clients in the banking and project finance sectors, including Indian public and private sector banks, international banks, government organizations, multilateral agencies and consortium members. The firm has assisted the clients on various regulatory and legal issues besides advising on financial restructuring, corporate debt restructuring (CDR), loan securitisation, asset and project finance.

Our strength lies in deep domain knowledge acquired through rich experience of working on some of the top-of-the-line transactions with the some of the best financial institutions in India

CORPORATE AND COMMERCIAL

The corporate and commercial practice is the firm’s core practice area and is divided into the following disciplines:

  •  Acquisitions
  • Private equity
  • Joint ventures
  • Restructuring
  • Corporate advisory and governance
  • Regulatory compliance
  • Commercial contracts
  • Taxation
Our team of lawyers provide hands-on and bespoke assistance to our clients, ranging from Fortune 500 blue chip companies to small and medium-size enterprises and individual entrepreneurs

COMPILANCE AND AUDITS

KJS PARTNERS assists clients in ensuring legal compliances whilst avoiding the risks associated with non-compliances within complex Indian laws and regulations. The compliance and audit team conducts legal compliance audits covering all areas of law, including but not limited to company law, statutory registrations, foreign exchange laws, stamp law, labor law as well as security and capital market law. 

Entities doing business in India, amongst others, are primarily regulated by the Companies Act, the Foreign Exchange Management Act.

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