Devanshi Masand

Interview with Aaron Kamath, Leader, Commercial and Technology Laws Practice at Nishith Desai Associates

Aaron Kamath is a corporate lawyer currently employed by the famous firm Nishith Desai and Associates where he started after his graduation from Law College. His work primarily involves advising multi-national corporations doing or looking to do business in India on various legal and regulatory aspects including privacy-related compliances and documentation; IP structuring, strategy and prosecution. In this interview, he walks us through his journey from a teenage boy to a corporate lawyer and shares certain interesting experiences which offer us insight into his various career choices throughout his years in the field.

Simple Lack of Care, However Bad, the Consequences Will Not Constitute Criminal Negligence: Madras High Court

Excerpt The Madras High Court, on 23/03/2021, allowed an Original Criminal Petition. It challenged to call entire records relating to proceedings S.C.No.25 of 2017, under Section 482 CrPC.   It challenged the proceedings pending before the court. Facts of the Case On...

Interview with Sameer Pandit, Partner at Wadia Ghandy & Co.

Sameer Pandit is a partner at Wadia Ghandy & Co. He has been in the legal profession for about 12 years. He graduated from the National Law School of India University in 2008 after which he went to complete his masters from the Harvard Law School. He specializes in dispute resolution and arbitration.

Interview with Manav Gecil Thomas, Partner at Thomas George and Associates, Hyderabad

Mr. Manav Gecil Thomas is a name partner at Thomas George and Associates, Hyderabad. He has been a part of the legal profession for over 4-5 years. He deals with a diverse area of litigation matters spread over different kinds of laws practising and appearing before various judicial/quasi-judicial fora starting from the lowest court of jurisdiction to the Supreme Court. He is also known for his experience in non-litigation matters.

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