ESTABLISHED IN 2001
Total number of professionals: 200+ (54 partners)
Principal office: Mumbai
Other offices: Ahmedabad, Pune, Bengaluru, Chennai, GIFT City,
New Delhi and Pune
Key practice areas
Banking & finance; competition law & policy; corporate & commercial; data privacy & protection; defence & aerospace; export controls & customs; forensics & fraud investigations; hospitality; infrastructure; international trade & customs; M&A and private equity; litigation & ADR; oil & gas; policy & regulation; real estate; securities laws & capital markets; taxation; technology, media & telecommunications.
Economic Laws Practice (ELP) is a leading full-service Indian law firm, headquartered in Mumbai. With seven offices pan-India, ELP has a team of more than 200 qualified professionals. Working closely with leading national and international law firms in the UK, US, Middle East and the Asia-Pacific region gives ELP the ability to provide an extensive pan-India and global service offering to clients, adding to the seamless service that the firm prides itself on. ELP has a unique positioning among law firms in India from the perspective of offering comprehensive services across the entire spectrum of transactional, advisory, litigation, regulatory and tax matters. ELP’s vision is people-centric and this is primarily reflected in the firm’s focus on developing and nurturing long-term relationships with clients.
Independent intelligence on this law firm
The following information is sourced directly from India Business Law Journal and/or Law.asia and is not part of the directory listing provided by the law firm.
“The ELP team had assisted in creating a winning legal strategy,” says Ravi Gaitonde, chief operating officer at APM Terminals Mumbai, who adds the firm is very good at selecting senior counsel who are perfect for the job, and briefing them. He commends partner Ravisekhar Nair, whom he says is very reliable and capable in terms of strategies for handling the matter, and the dynamics at the CCI; and Deeksha Manchanda, who “ensures implementation and execution of the strategy”.
A Singapore-based client who used the dispute resolution services of ELP says: “They have a large team [that] provides good support in circumstances when such resources are needed, especially by foreign clients like us [who] lack resources in India”.
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