Mr. Gaurav Sahay
Partner, Link Legal India Law Services, Bangalore
Sir has over 14 years of experience in advising various domestic and multinational clients on diverse areas of corporate and commercial laws across industry sectors that include GIS, downstream supply chain management, collaborative sales, marketing, distribution, and supply chain solutions.
He has a strong focus on technology-related transactions and is highly skilled in drafting technical agreements, as well as SLAs, intermediary logistics, technology and IP licensing, annual maintenance, and similar commercial arrangement-related agreements. He also advises on contract management, risk management, cloud transactions, and data privacy.
Sir has represented clients in major agreements and advised on legal issues incorporating contract management, corporate and commercial laws, compliance, risk management, intellectual property, cloud transactions, data privacy, advertising law, and real estate.
He has substantial experience in Mergers & Acquisitions, Private Equity, Antitrust/ Competition, Intellectual Property, Securities, Insurance and Environmental laws, Aviation Law, Cross-Border Aircraft Leasing Transactions, Asset Based Finance, Aircraft Repossession, and general corporate laws.
His forte also encompasses consulting clients on a host of employment law issues and he has also seamlessly provided support to the in-house HR departments of clients. Sir presently serves as a Partner in the Bangalore office of Link Legal India Law Services.
Mr. Swarnendu Chatterjee
Managing Associate at L&L Partners Law Offices.
Sir is a Managing Associate at L&L Partners Law Offices (Litigation), a premier full-service law firm having been enrolled as an advocate with the Bar Council of West Bengal in the year 2013. He is a qualified Advocate-On-Record designated by the Supreme Court of India.
Sir had successfully handled and continues to handle all legal issues arising out of the business of India’s premier news agencies, namely the Press Trust of India. Successfully argued the matter wherein 2500 employees and workmen have received their gratuity and provident fund in Moserbaer Karamchari Union.