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Ex-ELP’s Stratage, Khaitan act on Mitsui’s buy of Bharat Insecticides

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Japanese companies Mitsui and Nippon Soda have acquired 56 per cent stake in agro-chemical firm Bharat Insecticides Ltd (BIL).

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Stratage Law Partners, which had been started in August 2020 by former Economic Laws Practice (ELP) partners, advised Bharat Insecticides Limited led by a team of managing partner Darshan Upadhyay, partner Bhavin Gada, associate partner Soumya Shanker, and associate Mehak Gupta.

Khaitan & Co advised Mitsui & Co. Ltd led by a team of partner Prasenjit Chakravarti, and partner Prasenjit Chakravarti, principal associate Nitish Goel, principal associate Nimisha Trehan, senior associate Megha Sharma,associate Saurav Bhaumik and associate Ranjini Gogoi, with assistance from litigation advisory partner Susmit Pushkar, principal associate Anchit Oswal and senior associate S Mohammed Raiz; intellectual property advisory partner Shailendra Bhandare and senior associate Sourav Dan; competition law issues by partner Manas K Chaudhuri, principal associate Pranjal Prateek and senior associate Aman Singh Baroka, and direct tax advisory with partner Indruj Singh Rai; corporate structuring with partner Bhavik Narsana; regulatory issues by partner Atul Pandey; and indirect tax advisory by partner Ayush A Mehrotra and senior associate Tushaar Talwar.

2020-09-01

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