Corporate & Commercial

best corporate law firm in India

King Stubb and Kasiva is proud to be recognized as the best corporate law firms in India. Our team of experienced lawyers has a deep understanding of the complex legal and regulatory framework governing businesses in India. We work closely with our clients to provide them with the best possible legal advice and solutions, helping them navigate the legal landscape and achieve their business objectives.

Whether it’s incorporating a new company, raising capital, or restructuring an existing business, our expert lawyers being the best corporate lawyers in India are equipped to handle all aspects of corporate law. We also provide advice and assistance on corporate governance, shareholders’ rights, insolvency, and bankruptcy, among other areas.

In addition to our expertise in corporate law, we also have a strong commercial law practice. Our lawyers are well-versed in consumer law, contract law, intellectual property law, international transactions and trade, employment, and labour law, and can provide our clients with comprehensive legal advice and solutions for their day-to-day business operations establishing us as the best corporate law firm in India.

Our Services

We regularly advise our clients on policies, laws, and regulations in relation to:

  • Structuring of investment vehicles 
  • Inbound and outbound investments
  • Exchange control regime 
  • Strategic alliances and collaborations 
  • Technology transfers and licensing 
  • Technical assistance and services arrangements 
  • Governmental and regulatory compliance and approvals 
  • Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning and their partnerships with different sectors 
  • Payment systems and FinTech products/service offerings

Key Highlights

  • Advised Ambridge Partners in its proposed insurance cover to Schneider Electric acquisition of 74% stake in Luminous Power. Transaction involved review of all transaction documentation. 
  • Drafted an opinion on the possibility of imposition of taxes by Indian tax authorities. Advised GL Hotel Group SPA in its acquisition of an Indian Hotel Chain The transaction was valued at USD 650 million and involved negotiating the shareholders’ agreement, the share purchase agreement, conducting the due diligence and advising on the acquirer on the Indian takeover code. 
  • Advised Russian Helicopters, one of the largest Helicopter manufacturing companies undertake due diligence on Vectra HeliCopters, a large helicopter manufacturing company in India. The deal was formalized into a Joint Venture Agreement and involved drafting and vetting of transaction documentation. 

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What is the difference between a Company and a Corporation?

Company, as defined under Section 2(20) of the Companies Act, 2013, is a voluntary association of two or more people with a common goal. It is considered as a separate legal entity with perpetual succession. It has a common seal and a registered office. It can sue or be sued in its own name.

A Corporation, as defined under Section 2(11) of the Companies Act, 2013 is a body corporate incorporated in or outside India. It is a separate legal entity and can sue or be sued in its own name with limited liability. The authorized capital of a corporation must be at least 5 crores. 

What are International Trade and Business Agreements?

International Trade and Business Agreement refers to a trade agreement between two or more states or an international organisation. The World Trade Organization (“WTO”) supervises the behaviour of international law subjects regarding international trade and business.

These Agreements address goods, services, intellectual property, standards, investment, and other matters that affect the flow of international trade.

What is Commercial Dispute Resolution?

Commercial Dispute Resolution (CDR) refers to resolving a dispute that has emerged between the parties during a commercial transaction or negotiation through court proceedings or consensus between the parties, popularly known as Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) such as mediation, negotiation, arbitration, etc. 

Why choose King Stubb & Kasiva as your preferred law firm

The firm has developed a unique service delivery model, that enables us to serve client requirements across 900+ locations in the country. This ability, combined with the competency of the lawyers in the firm, has enabled us, to garner several marquee clients, over the years.

King Stubb & Kasiva’s lawyers have an extensive understanding of the issues, that involve corporate affairs, information technology, mergers and acquisitions, private equity, cyber security, data privacy, encryption, dispute resolution, arbitration and other related matters.

We have grown exponentially to be one of the best corporate law firm in India, which advises several clients, from domestic as well as international markets.