Rajbeer S Sachdeva

Rajbeer S Sachdeva was previously Senior Executive Director and Group General Counsel at DLF Ltd and prior to that worked as a Global - Head Legal with Ranbaxy Laboratories Ltd. He has extensively worked in the domain of Merger and Acquisitions, Competition & Antitrust laws, Real Estate Transactions, Intellectual Property and Trademark matters and Arbitrations in India and abroad. Mr Sachdeva hasalso been dealing with various matters relating to Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code 2016, after successful acquiring a Company under CIRP from NCLT.

He is an alumnus of Delhi University with an LLB and LLM and has about 32 years of experience as a Corporate Lawyer. His personal philosophy for work includes that the task would be completed with diligence and timelines should be strictly adhered to with all compliances in place. While work life balance is important it is also equally required that work should be given a priority over other aspects.

He views the role of a Corporate Lawyer as an advisor to business teams on various intricate matters and legal tasks should be completed meticulously and with precision. The emphasis should be to effectively handle the transactions and litigations after taking into account the business perspective which is utmost important for taking a final view and to provide solutions to the business team. The role of the Corporate Counsel is a strategic and the advice given to the business team must be practical and business-oriented.

A Corporate Legal Counsel needs to be innovative and provide solutions to real-life business problems and should always take into consideration the ideas and suggestions provided by the business team which helps in the decision-making process.

As a General Counsel it is very much required that legal issues should be managed, looking at the complexity and the risk involved and it is important to provide correct advice to the business team with proper analysis.

The best way to achieve success is to begin and work for it to achieve the Goal. Always practice that if plan does not work, change the plan – but never the Goal.

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