Editorial analysis
    • Partners: 3
    • Lawyers: 35
    • Offices: Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Mumbai, New Delhi, Pune
    • Practice Areas: Banking and Finance; Capital Markets; Commercial; Corporate; Disputes; Education; Energy; Infrastructure Projects; Insurance; IP; Labour and Employment; Licensing, Franchising and Trading; Life Sciences and Health Care; Media and Enter tainment; Mining; Outsourcing; Real Estate; Tax; Telecommunications, Satellite and IT

    LexCounsel’s partnership, though small, is able to offer legal services to a broad range of domestic and foreign clients, ranging from start-ups to multinationals. The partners distinguish themselves in particular in the fields of IT, telecoms and media, private equity and labour and employment, and the firm is also hailed as a “go-to shop” for foreign clients setting up operations in India. The firm’s Delhi headquarters are complimented by a close network of associate offices in Mumbai, Bangalore, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Chennai, Pune and Goa.


    Partner Seema Jhingan’s practice encompasses corporate transactional work, venture capital, and franchising, with a focus on areas as diverse as telecoms, infrastructure and education. Her recent clients include OJSC Power Machines, Mabuhay Satellite Communications, Gaja Capital and Bedrock Ventures. Alishan Naqvee meanwhile has advised various international brands on their operations in India, including McDonalds, Omaxe, Burberry, Jimmy Choo, Jean Paul Gaultier, Timex, Ireo Group, Weekender, Satya Paul, as well as distributors of Toyota, Ford and Hyundai vehicles.