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.
Yajas also handles PE/VC investments and M&A transactions focused in the technology sector. He has advised various financial and strategic investors in their minority investments in digital payments companies, social media platforms, SAAS companies, real-money gaming platforms, and ed-tech companies.
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