Our multidisciplinary team offers comprehensive advice on legal aspects of direct and indirect taxation to navigate a complex regulatory regime.
We have a strong tax practice that draws on the expertise of our multidisciplinary team of lawyers. We understand the complex legal aspects of direct and indirect taxation, and specific issues that emanate from an evolving tax environment. Given the interplay of tax law with other regulatory regimes, especially those impacting the commercial aspects of businesses, we advise clients in line with their specific business needs. We regularly advise clients on several direct and indirect taxation areas, such as tax advisory, tax controversy, due diligence, advance pricing agreements, M&As, international tax and transfer pricing structuring and controversies, advance rulings, appeals, and prosecution and litigation.
We work with the tax, finance and legal teams of major domestic and multinational companies on an array of issues, such as structuring foreign investments and joint ventures, tax implications on EPC and tariff-based projects, business transfers, import and export of raw material, capital goods, finished goods and services, and supply chains.
Our team has expertise on taxation benefits available for infrastructure projects, and schemes such as special economic zones, export-oriented units, and software and technology parks. Our Partners regularly advise on benefits under export-based or promotional schemes. We also advise on tax implications of investment by foreign direct and institutional investors in equity and non-equity securities, such as foreign currency convertible bonds. We work closely with the Government on strategies relating to Central and State taxes.
Our lawyers are highly rated by reputed institutions such as Chambers & Partners, Legal 500, ALB and the International Tax Review. Our team members bring diverse experience having previously worked with well-known law firms and the Big Four accounting firms.