Kelley Drye has been selected once more by The India Business Law Journal as one of the top international law firms for India related work. Kelley Drye’s India Practice represents Indian businesses in their U.S. dealings and U.S. companies in their Indian business activities. The practice has been recognized as a “significant player” in the journal’s ranking which showcases India-related achievements and activities of law firms around the world. The journal notes that Kelley Drye has been particularly active this past year supporting clients to resolve numerous disputes, while taking on assignments for clients on a variety of corporate matters. Partner Talat Ansari is the chair of Kelley Drye’s India practice group, and partner Deepak Nambiar is an active member in the group. The IBLJ survey compared more than 600 law firms from every continent that recorded transactions or cases with an Indian connection over the past 12 months.