Ketan Mukhija is a Partner in the Firm’s Corporate Commercial practice in Delhi. Ketan is a 2007 batch graduate from NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad and has worked with P&A Law Offices, Kanoria Foundation and Herbert Smith LLP (UK) prior to joining Link Legal.

Ketan has extensive experience in handling matters pertaining to corporate restructurings, investment transactions, private equity, banking and finance, energy and infrastructure, real estate and construction, telecommunications, and capital markets. He has also acted as transaction lead and advised several multinational corporations on their entry strategies into India and has diverse experience in providing corporate advice and representation. Ketan has provided advice and assistance in relation to bidding for government contracts, including advice in relation to compliance with anti-corruption and ethical standards prescribed by the specific government authorities.

Ketan is an executive member of ASSOCHAM National Council on Law and Policy, ASSOCHAM National Council on Competition Law; life-time member of Association of Independent Directors of India. He is an Expert Panel Member of Mediation and Conciliation Network and a Registered Insolvency Professional with Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India.

  • Banking and Finance
  • General Corporate & Commercial
  • M&A, Joint Ventures and Private Equity
  • Securities Market
  • Projects, Infrastructure and Energy
  • Real Estate
B.A., LL.B. (Hons.) NALSAR UNIVERSITY OF LAW; Other Certifications - Special Refresher Course in International Law, Private International Law, Advanced M&A programme
May 19 2021
by Link Legal - dated 19th May 2021

Link Legal team led by Ketan Mukhija (Partner), Gaurav Priyadarshi (Associate Partner) and Karishma Singh (Associate) advised and assisted RIB International from the preliminary stage and until the closing of the transfer.

The deal has been published on Live Law. Check out the deal coverage here.

May 18 2021
by Live Law - dated 18th May 2021

Read the article authored by Ketan Mukhija, Partner and Karishma Singh, Associate published on Live Law.

"While the global precedents and the decision in the Captioned Case clearly suggest invalidation of ipso facto clauses only in an insolvency scenario and not when the termination is on account of deficiency of service, until the Legislature brings in any amendment to tie in the loose ends, the question of validity of ipso facto clauses must be decided by the judiciary based on the facts of each case..."

To access the article, click here.



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