India Business Law Journal Names Latham & Watkins a Top Foreign Law Firm for India-related Work

Firm recognized for being “at the heart of complex capital markets deals with an Indian element”

August 03, 2018

India Business Law Journal (IBLJ) has once again named Latham & Watkins to the top band of foreign law firms advising on India-related matters.

Latham’s globally recognized India Practice comprises more than 50 lawyers across its offices around the world. Recognized by India Business Law Journal as being “at the heart of complex capital market deals,” the firm’s capabilities in India extend to bank and project finance, fund formation, M&A and private equity, restructuring, shareholder activism, and technology and commercial outsourcing.

Among Latham’s achievements in 2017, IBLJ highlighted the firm’s involvement as an international legal adviser on six landmark transactions including Aster DM Healthcare’s IPO, Vedanta Resources’ bond offering, and a private placement by MakeMyTrip Limited.

The research drew on feedback from more than 600 law firms globally that recorded transactions or cases with an India connection over the past 12 months, as well as input from corporate counsel and Indian law firms.

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