Harshita Agarwal

Harshita specialises in Mergers & Acquisitions and Private Equity. She has experience in General Corporate related transactions.

Harshita also advises on various general corporate issues. In addition, she has experience in Corporate Commercial and Private Equity related matters.

She has been practicing law since 2020. Before joining JSA, she was for over two years with Quillon Partners, Mumbai, one of India’s premier law firms and she was an Associate there for over two years.



Bar Council of Maharashtra and Goa



  • An article titled “National Company Law Tribunal, Mumbai Bench order in the case of Cyrus Investments Private Limited and Another vs. Tata Sons Limited and Others”, published by Consultease, (June 2020)
  • An article titled “Lifting of corporate veil of a company”, published by Consultease, (June 2020).



B.L.S. LL.B. Government Law College, Mumbai (2020)



  • English
  • Hindi

Some of the key assignments in these areas handled and being handled by Harshita amongst others, cover advising the following clients:

  • Capital Square Partners in relation to acquiring 100% of the share capital of Partners Group Sapphire (Mauritius) Limited and its majority-owned subsidiary, CSS Corp Technologies (Mauritius) Limited which are both incorporated in Mauritius;
  • CDC Group plc in relation to its investment in TVS Industrial & Logistics Park Private Limited;
  • ChrysCapital in relation to investing in Body Cupid Private Limited by way of a primary subscription to compulsory convertible debentures and secondary acquisition of certain equity shares from the promoters of the Body Cupid Private Limited;
  • CDC Group plc in relation to further investment in Big Basket; and
  • Manipal Healthmap in relation to its acquisition of Medcis Pathlabs.

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