November 27, 2020
Shashivansh’s key practice areas are commercial contracts, third party liability, real estate, and corporate and banking transactions. He advises corporates on operational matters including contract and tortious damages, defence procurement, human resources, employment and labour, inheritance and family matters for the past 30 years.
Shashi is also experienced in the hotel industry, particularly in matters relating to franchise and operating agreements. He has a long working relationship with the Oil & Gas industry drafting pipeline and refinery-related agreements and advising on vital contractual aspects.
Prior to the Competition Act 2002, Shashi regularly advised clients on issues arising out of the Monopolies and Restrictive Trade Practices Act, 1969 and now heads the practice group dealing with issues arising out of the Competition Act, 2002. This practice group closely monitors developments before the Competition Commission and its appellate body with a view to keeping clients abreast of the legal position under this new law. He also heads specially created cells to address clients’ concerns under the Competition Act, 2002 and the Civil Liability for Nuclear Damage Act, 2010. These cells render advice to clients on operative issues that have potential exposure under these laws.
Shashi holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from St. Stephen’s College, New Delhi and an LLB from the Faculty of Law, University of Delhi and is enrolled with the Bar Council of Delhi.
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