We have advised several leading mining companies and secondary industry players on various aspects of mining laws and regulatory requirements to operate successfully in the sector and to procure incentives and exemptions available under central and state laws.
The mining industry in India is witnessing a paradigm shift, with several key regulatory changes impacting the way business is conducted. The changes in mining law have a spillover effect on several secondary industries such as steel, conventional power and cement. Key changes in the regulatory framework pertain to a broad range of activities in the mining sector, such as exploration, extraction, processing of minerals and ore, utility linkages, obtaining licenses, environmental compliances, and land acquisitions.
Trilegal has advised several leading mining companies and secondary industry players on various aspects of mining laws and regulatory requirements to operate successfully in the sector and to procure incentives and exemptions available under central and state laws. Trilegal has also advised many industry players on their bids for the acquisition of mines across the country.
With extensive knowledge of the geo-political and regional risks, and opportunities relevant to the industry, we have advised companies on a range of sectoral issues pertaining to the acquisition of industry and mining assets, financing, exploration and licensing, investments, and production processes in the sector. Trilegal is particularly well placed to advise on issues in the mining sector, led by its energy, infrastructure and resources practice which frequently collaborates with lawyers who are experts in managing environmental, anti-trust, tax, litigation and compliance issues in the industry.
Some of our clients in this space include –