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Whether advising Indian companies doing business in the US or American companies faced with commercial and legal challenges in India, Talat’s goal is to help his clients remain competitive on both a regional and global scale.
As a member of the Litigation practice group, Talat advises on corporate and commercial transactions (M&A, finance, trade regulations), infrastructure projects, and international litigation (American & Indian law) and arbitration. He also advises U.S. corporations on matters pertaining to Indian business law, banking, direct & indirect taxes, foreign exchange regulations, and foreign direct investment issues. Talat’s clients are both India-based clients doing business in the US, including large Indian conglomerates, and US industrial and financial clients doing business in India. Talat is admitted to practice in both the United States and India. He was born in India, is bilingual in Hindi and English, and currently is based in New York. Talat has proven, time and again, that he is able to synthesize and reconcile American and Indian law, culture, and business.