Namita has advised several domestic and international clients from start-ups to mature private and public companies and investors in various technology-driven and technology-consuming industries on issues ranging from setting up an e-commerce business, to data usage and data security requirements and outsourcing. She focuses her practice on software, cloud-based services, information technology, intellectual property commercialization and structuring intellectual property transfers, electronic and mobile commerce, intermediary labilities, entertainment and digital business, and all forms of legal and regulatory compliance in the TMT space. She has also advised several clients on structuring their operations including advice on setting up appropriate holding and subsidiary companies and group companies to house fin-tech activities, and on product offering and regulatory advisory services in the fin-tech space.
Namita has worked on a wide range of corporate transactions, corporate restructuring and has advised on compliance under corporate and foreign exchange laws, with a special emphasis within the financial, technology and e-commerce sectors.
Namita has experience in the following areas:
Copyright, Data protection and cybersecurity, Financial services, Financial services (general), Fintech, Intellectual property (general), Intellectual property and technology, Investment funds, Licensing and royalty arrangements, Payment systems, Technology
Namita has previously helped clients in the following industries:
IT Services, Software, Storage & Peripherals, Technology Hardware
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