Labour & Employment

The Firm has an employment and labour law team, which has developed significant expertise in this area of practice and well poised to address and provide practical and solution oriented advice to all kind of employment and labour related issues faced by corporates, be it contentious or drafting of employment policies and procedures, or drafting of stock option related documents.

We have advised some of the leading corporates in addressing various employee related issues. The range of offerings involves providing opinion on various contentious issues, advising on applicability of a particular legislation to a client, strategizing with the client to address potential contentious issues such as matters requiring disciplinary proceeding or settlement procedures, responding to show cause notice or general sensitization workshop on POSH. The Firm has also advised government departments in relation to service law aspects, such as regularization of temporary employees or application of ‘equal work equal pay’ doctrine.

We also regularly undertake diligence activities on corporates to identify the issues with the processes employed by the corporates and suggest mitigation solutions.

The Firm also advises on structuring and setting up of welfare trust for the benefit of its employees.

Key Partners

Arka Majumdar

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Namitha Mathews

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Rachika Agrawal Sahay

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Papers & Publications

12th Jan, 2021

Labour Law Case Summary (Half-yearly Update): Part 3

Case Laws under The Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act,…

21st Dec, 2020

Labour Law Case Summary (Half-yearly Update) - Part 2

In the first part of this three-part series (available here), we had provided a brief…

03rd Dec, 2020

Labour Law Case Summary (Half-Yearly Update) - Part 1

This compilation is the first part of the three-part series through which we seek to…

12th Apr, 2020

Payment of EPF Contribution by Central Government - An Overview…

Introduction  To boost the ailing economy and ameliorate the conditions of poor and migrant workers,…

RECENT Updates

24th May, 2022

Wrongful dissemination of trade secrets post-termination of law firm employment, Cal HC invokes the rule of attorney-client privilege

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03rd Jun, 2021

Supreme Court decides upon the scope of applicability of the Building and Other Construction Workers' Welfare Cess Act, 1996

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12th Jan, 2021

Labour Law Case Summary (Half-yearly Update): Part 3

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