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Neha Bhatia
Principal Associate
  +91 80 4350 3693
English, Hindi

Neha’s practice covers diverse verticals including Corporate Commercial with key skills in the Mergers & Acquisitions space. She also advises clients in transactions focused on Foreign Direct Investment, Joint Ventures, Private Equity and matters involving asset purchase / business transfer.

She has advised onshore and offshore corporates in structuring acquisitions. Specifically, she has provided end to end solutions including customized drafting of key documents, negotiating and general legal hand holding through to closing of the deal.

Neha has authored an article on Indian Insolvency law in Debtor Creditor law (Theodore Eisenberg Ed.) a Mathew Binder publication, forthcoming 2009.

Prior to joining the Firm, Neha has worked as an associate with the Corporate Commercial team of Economic Laws Practice, Mumbai.


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