Legacy Law Offices

Editorial analysis
    • Established: 2005
    • Partners: 5
    • Lawyers: 28
    • Split of work: Domestic 80% International 20%
    • Offices: Chandigarh, New Delhi
    • Practice Areas: Arbitration; Construction; Dispute Resolution; Family Law; Foreign Investments & Collaborations; Infrastructure; M&A; Public Private Par tnerships

    Legacy Law Offices is well regarded for its work in public private partnerships and has been mandated in numerous matters by governmental organisations in the past year. Further to this, the firm is recognised as a player in the country’s busy construction and real estate markets, and is also regularly required to argue before the Supreme Court of India, the High Courts of Delhi, Punjab and Haryana, and Himachal Pradesh, as well as the smaller courts and various tribunals.

    PEOPLE & PRACTICES

    Raman Anand, the firm’s founding partner, leads the banking and general commercial disputes practices and is recognised as “a legal giant” having spent 20 years as head of the law department of the State Bank of India prior to entering private practice. Gagan Anand is the head of the corporate practice and coordinates the firm’s highly successful PPP work.

    CLIENTS

    In the past year, Legacy has been mandated to render legal services for the selection of insurance and outsourcing providers in the Rajiv Aarogyasri Health Care Scheme on behalf of the government of Andhra Pradesh, which aims to provide health coverage to more than half a million Indians living below the poverty line. The firm has also been providing legal advisory services for the establishment of a dedicated sports and physical education university in Rajasthan, funded by the India Infrastructure Project Development Fund, the government of India and the Asian Development Bank. The firm is currently working as part of a consortium with Ernst & Young and Indus Consultrans for the development and redevelopment of four railway stations in Delhi, Chandigarh, Pune and Bhopal.