ESTABLISHED IN 2013
Total number of professionals: 26 (4 partners/directors)
Principal office: New Delhi
Other offices: Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Kolkata and Mumbai
Key practice areas
Anti-corruption & anti-bribery; aviation; charities; compliance; crisis and regulatory management; CSR; data protection; defence; e-commerce, fintech, blockchain & cryptos; education; environment; international trade & bilateral investment treaties; legislative drafting; litigation; pharma, food & drugs; power & energy; project finance; public policy & government affairs; white-collar crime.
PLR Chambers is a boutique policy and regulatory law firm with extensive experience in representing Indian and international clients before regulators, administrative and judicial forums, and federal and state governments. Managing partner Suhaan Mukerji has been recognised in the “A-List – India’s Top 100 Lawyers”, as one of eight “gen next” lawyers in India by the Economic Times and featured at the ninth spot on Ken’s list of the country’s top 50 tech policy influencers. The firm has received awards from prominent publications:
- Recognition of Excellence at the Thomson Reuters Awards 2017;
- Policy and Regulation Law Firm of the Year – Legal Era Awards 2016 and 2017;
- Winner, Policy & Regulation – IBLJ Indian Law Firm Awards 2014 – 2018.
Independent intelligence on this law firm
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Dhayvat Udeshi, vice president at Jayant Agro Organics, engaged the firm for advice on regulatory compliance and international trade. “Harsh Hiroo Gursahani has an excellent knowledge of the legal and regulatory frameworks applicable to food, as well as the drugs and cosmetics sectors,” says Udeshi. “Coupled with his expertise in international trade law and regulations, he is a complete package.”