She is a foreign registered lawyer in Singapore. She has worked with CAM for a span of 7 years and re-joined Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas in Singapore after working for 5 years with Vedanta Limited, a leading Oil and Gas conglomerate.
Worked on disputes for an oil and gas conglomerate under the regime of a Bilateral Investment Treaty.
Worked on International arbitrations, pertaining to interpretation of oil and gas contracts. The arbitrations entailed involvement since the inception of the arbitration including analysing strategic and legal considerations of the issues; assessment of the nature, strengths and weaknesses of the case; and carrying out cost/risk/benefit analysis, till filing for enforcement of arbitration awards.
Part of core team member for the merger of Cairn India Limited and Vedanta Limited, entailing analysing the nature of approvals required for the transaction, further, filing for approvals from various Indian Regulators, in light of the key business contracts pertinent to the business of the company and involved in consequent post-merger transition of the company.
Assisting in emerging acquisitions by way of bidding of debt ridden companies under the framework of Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code entailing overseeing diligence of sick units, understanding legal risks entailing possible acquisition of such companies.
Advised on Employment matters including disciplinary issues and termination issues.
Advised various International Banks in relation to external commercial borrowings made available to eight companies in the telecom sector in India.
Advised large private sector banks in India in connection with rupee financing equivalent in USD for a listed pharmaceutical company.
Advised a government body in Delhi, in connection with conducting a bid for auction of license rights of a five star hotel in Delhi.
Advised banks on various structures involving overseas direct investments made by Indian companies and securing loans to subsidiaries.