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  • TMT-Law
    TMT Law

    location_iconIndia, Mumbai, New Delhi
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    The Firm, in its second innings, is efficient, focussed and energetic. With a diverse service offerings and representative experience to deliver the same, we are perhaps the only Law Firm in India that has subject matter expertise across all three sectors of Technology, Media and Telecommunications. What further differentiates us from our peers, is our ability to deliver the complete suite of high quality corporate advisory, dispute resolution, regulatory and policy services in the TMT sectors.

    The firm delivers an opinion on the applicability of OSP regulations to a financial service business, with as much ease as it advises on the incidence of liability with regard to use of certain spectrum frequencies in smart cars. We have represented clients in the first and only determination of rates of music royalty in the country, our lawyers have been engaged in the first case where John Doe orders were issued, we have helped set up at least 3 professional sports leagues in the country, and assisted franchises/teams/ players in two other leagues in respect of their disputes / legal issues.

    We are sought out and hence involved in high stakes and newsworthy arbitration; and also in leading disputes before the Competition Commission of India, the Telecom Dispute Settlement & Appellate Tribunal, the National Company Law Tribunal, the High Courts and the Supreme Court of India.

    Our Vision

    To create a legacy of trust and innovation in providing legal solutions.

    Our Mission

    To provide value addition through Quality, Innovative and Practical legal solutions to clients’ problems - expeditiously and at a mutually acceptable and reasonable fee that complements our effort.

    Abhishek-Malhotra Mr. Abhishek Malhotra
    Managing Partner

    E-mail:
    abhishek.malhotra@tmtlaw.co.in


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