About DMD Associates
DMD Advocates has been successfully representing both domestic and international clients for the last 35 years in its core areas of practice: Litigation and Arbitration, Corporate, Taxation, Competition, Intellectual Property Rights and Regulatory.
DMD is a merger of two established law firms: Dutt & Menon in New Delhi and Dunmorr Sett in Mumbai. It has successfully represented clients on corporate transactions, tax, intellectual property and litigation matters for 35 years.
The Firm services its clients through its offices in New Delhi & Mumbai. Additionally, the Firm has presence through its associated offices in Bangalore, Chennai, Cochin and Bhubaneshwar.
The Firm has a team of over 75 experienced lawyers and counsels with expertise in domestic and cross border transactions, litigations and arbitrations.
DMD has expertise in a diverse spectrum of transactional, tax and litigation work globally – corporate, commercial, joint ventures, mergers & acquisitions, corporate reorganizations, competition/anti-trust, investment management, private equity, banking and finance, and intellectual property and represents clients in a variety of sectors including infrastructure, energy, maritime/admiralty, real estate and construction, mining, aircraft leasing, telecom and information technology, environment and aviation.
DMD’s client base includes prominent multinational companies, industrial houses, leading banks, financial institutions, government bodies and accomplished individuals.
The Firm has a strong cross border practice which involves working across various jurisdictions worldwide and frequently collaborating with overseas law firms.
LL.B. from a recognized university
5 to 8 years
– Experience in handling M&A and private equity transactions. The candidate should have extensive experience in drafting as also negotiating M&A and private equity transaction documents.
– The candidate should be well versed with the legal nuances of such transactions including foreign exchange management and company law issues.
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