Naveen holds a LL.B. (Hons.) degree from GGSIP University and a Master’s degree in Corporate and Business Laws from the prestigious National Law School, Bangalore.
Naveen has vast experience in advising the clients in the areas of Corporate Commercial Laws, Real Estate, Corporate Advisory, Insolvency & Bankruptcy Laws and Litigation. His forte lies in the area of corporate restructuring and strategizing investments inbound and outbound. He has been engaged in number of mergers, restructuring and acquisitions of various MNCs and large corporations in India.
His expertise also lie in assisting the clients in relation to real estate projects and advising multinational and domestic clients on various legal and commercial issues relating to real estate projects, conducting Due Diligence and assisting in drafting, reviewing, negotiating Share Purchase Agreements, Shareholders Agreement, Subscription Agreements, Joint Venture Agreements, Business Transfer Agreements, Guarantees, Non-compete Agreements, Non-Disclosure Agreements, and other transaction documents.
Naveen has authored an article on “Liability of Internet Service Providers for Online Copyright Infringement” which has also featured in the report jointly published by the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India and Department of Legal Affairs Ministry of Law and Justice, Government of India along with Indian Corporate Counsel Association (ICCA) on “Digital India- Legal and Regulatory Reforms in the Indian Legal Eco-System for the Future.
Naveen is also on the National Advisory Board of the Journal International Relations. He has been a regular speaker at various conferences, and is a Visiting Faculty of the Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI), Noida Chapter.
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