Priyanka Murali

Priyanka specializes in cross-border investments, downstream investments, joint-ventures, strategic acquisitions, private equity, and commercial contracts.

She also advises on corporate governance issues, commercial agreements including franchise agreements, leases for retail and commercial real estate, technology, licensing, services agreements, and outsourcing agreements.

Additionally, she has extensive experience in advising on retailing, e-commerce, real estate and knowledge based industries.

She has been practicing law since 2017.

 

Memberships

Bar Council of Delhi

 

Education

Business and Law, National Law University Odisha (2017)

 

Languages

  • English
  • Hindi

Some of the key assignments in these areas handled and being handled by Priyanka amongst others, cover the following :-

  • Advised UPL Limited, a listed entity and leader in agrochemicals in its overseas direct acquisition of Arysta Lifesciences, a portfolio of biological and chemical solutions
  • Advised HCL America Inc. in its acquisition of C3i Solutions, a provider of life sciences solutions
  • Advised MPS Limited, a listed entity and provider of platform and content solutions in its acquisition of Tata Interactive Systems, a division of Tata Sons engaged in the business of interactive education tools
  • Advised WebMD, a health publisher in relation to its acquisition of Aptus Health, a life sciences platform
  • Advised Mercer, a human resources consulting firm and part of the Marsh and McLennan Group, in its acquisition of Mettl, a provider of vocational training and skilling solution
  • Advised Emaar Properties PJSC, Franklin Fueling, vivo India, Feedback Group, Nokia Corporation, Sony India, Yum Brands and other clients on corporate law, employment, and regulatory requirements in India
  • Advised various listed companies in connection with, among others, investment advisory and research activities, credit rating activities, terms of engagement with senior employees and key managerial personnel and related issues.