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Butterfly

India Practice Group

The fast growing Indian economy is an important one for multinational companies looking to expand their businesses. Similarly, large Indian companies can look to Europe for relatively cheap acquisition targets and equity and debt finance.

If you are a business looking for opportunities in India or an Indian business looking to expand into Europe, we can help you make the most of the opportunities open to you.

With lawyers in the India Practice Group from both India and the UK who are highly experienced in working on India-related matters, and a network of Indian professional advisors with whom we have worked for many years, we are able to advise clients across a wide range of legal issues including:

  • AIM and officical list IPOs and other equity finance arrangements
  • Anti-trust
  • Commercial advice including contracts, entry/exit strategies
  • Corporate including takeovers, M&A, joint ventures, private equity, venture capital, management buy-outs, management buy-ins
  • Dispute resolution
  • Employment
  • Finance
  • Franchising and licensing
  • Investment regulations
  • Real estate
  • Regulatory, competition and EU law
  • Tax
  • Technology law, including outsourcing, data protection, software licensing, e-commerce and new media
  • Trade marks, copyright, design rights, patents, confidential information and anti-counterfeiting

We pride ourselves on providing not just legal advice but also commercial advice about entering into the Indian market and investments from India into Europe. We have dual-qualified lawyers with an understanding of clients’ expectations and concerns, enabling us to understand and meet specific business and legal requirements. 

If you are interested in doing business in India or are an Indian corporate or entrepreneur interested in doing business in Europe and would like further information on our India Desk, please contact the Head of our India Practice Group Nick Rose or Deputy Head James Martin.