Kelley Drye Named a Leading Foreign Law Firm for India Work for the Sixth Year in a Row
July 29, 2019
For the sixth consecutive year, Kelley Drye has been selected by The India Business Law Journal (IBLJ) as one of the top international law firms for India related work.

Talat Ansari, chair of Kelley Drye’s India practice, said, “It is always an honor when the IBLJ recognizes the value our practice provides to clients year after year.  Understanding the legal challenges that Indian businesses face as well as those of corporations in the United States and Europe is no small task, and we continue to take immense pride in this work.”

For over 40 years, Kelley Drye’s India practice has delivered quality legal services to Indian companies in the U.S. and Europe and to U.S. and international clients in their Indian business relationships, and to Indian businesses operating in the United States. The India 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 the firm’s “India practice focuses on commercial litigation and arbitration, cross-border joint ventures and M&A, intellectual property, private equity, international tax planning, regulatory compliance, IT contracts and technology.”  Partners Talat Ansari and Deepak Nambiar are noted as the firm’s principal India contacts.

The IBLJ survey findings are based on extensive consultation with India-focused corporate counsel around the world, submissions received from hundreds of different law firms and interviews and research carried out by their editorial team.

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