In the wake of the global financial storm, which law firms have emerged as the nation’s best? India Business Law Journal turned to corporate clients around the world to find out. Vandana Chatlani reports
The year 2009 will be remembered as the time when the global economy ground to a halt. But despite the slowdown in deal-making, there was much to keep India-focused business and legal professionals busy. A new government was elected, partially reviving business sentiment. Satyam dropped a corporate bombshell, forcing governance issues firmly back onto the agenda. Clients continued to pressure their legal advisers over fees, and Indian lawyers who had raced abroad in search of meaty roles with international law firms came crawling home, just as the task of rebuilding corporate India had begun.
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India Business Law Journal would like to thank all of the corporate counsel and private practitioners who participated in the research for the awards.