Yajas’s key focus areas are General Corporate Commercial, Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A) and Private Equity (PE) & Venture Capital. He covers the full spectrum of assisting business through their life cycle from incorporation, day to day legal advice on business operations, seed and early stage growth capital financings as well as in strategic alliances.
Yajas is a member of JSA’s technology, media and telecommunications (TMT) practice. In this capacity, he advises clients extensively on various aspects of Indian information technology, data privacy and e-commerce laws.
Yajas has assisted multinational clients in the domestic launch of global product initiatives and technology-based service offerings. He has counselled clients on Indian payment system regulations and foreign exchange laws, including regulations pertaining to pre-paid payment instruments, peer-to-peer fund transfer solutions and crypto-currencies.
Yajas has abundant experience in handling complex and high-value commercial transactions in the technology space. He has advised major communications and technology companies on outsourcing agreements, such as IT and transformational outsourcing contracts, co-sourcing agreements and other services arrangements.
Karnataka State Bar Council
Computer Law Review International (CRi)
- The Cost of Content – Social Media Platforms Put Under the Scanner
- Landmark Ruling on Fundamental Right to Privacy with Far Reaching Consequences
- Plenty at Stake: The status of Rummy in India
- Cryptocurrencies in India: Fortunes in the face of uncertainty
B.A., LL.B. from University Law College, Bangalore University