A solution oriented law firm for
growth oriented businesses.

Businesses today interact with a multitude of laws and sometimes, regulators! A partnering law firm should therefore be a one-stop shop to meet the client’s varied business needs. With this objective in mind, we have set up a multi-speciality law firm, which focuses not only on traditional avenues of advice like FDI and setting up business but also emerging spaces like data protection, ESG, and human rights.

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Partner with lawyers who understand business.

Our firm has been recognised at the national and international level for its level of services. Besides India, we have advised clients in cross-border transactions in jurisdictions such as Singapore, China, United States, Japan, Hong Kong, United Kingdom, UAE, Netherlands, Nepal, Bhutan, Myanmar, Maldives, Senegal, and São Tomé.

Our diverse team of bright and passionate lawyers loves bringing clarity to complex legal problems

We practice empathy as a way of showing our clients, colleagues and staff that we really care.

We follow the highest professional standard of services, bringing trust and accountability to our practice.

We always try and find a way to do what our clients require, even if it seems difficult.

We are down to earth and try to ensure that all team members, including partners, are available for clients.

We value long-term relationships even if it means being flexible in terms of cost and fee structures.

We are guided by an uncompromising commitment to our clients.

At Sarthak, we are proud to nurture long lasting relationships with our clients. We offer advice that’s good for our clients and in sync with their long term goals, even if it means telling the harsh truth. Our values lie at the core of what we do and how we do it. They also act as a guiding light for our team, allowing us to bring our best to the table.


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IBC Brief – June 2022

Hi! Welcome back to our updates on the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code featuring developments during June 2022. The IBBI has amended the CIRP Regulations to expedite the corporate insolvency resolution process by requiring operational creditors to submit extracts of Form GSTR-1, Form GSTR-3B, e-way invoices along with their application under Section 9 of the Code. The amendment […]

IBC Brief – May 2022

Welcome back to our updates on the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, featuring developments in the month of May 2022. The Supreme Court (SC) has issued notice in a plea challenging the constitutional validity of provisions relating to insolvency of individuals recently.  The pandemic has negatively affected the recoveries by lenders, according to a report. It was also reported […]

Corporate Law Brief-July-September 2021

As we close the second quarter of financial year 2021-22, let’s have a look at the developments that took place in the last three months. The Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) vide a notification dated July 22, 2021, has appointed September 1, 2021, as the date to bring into effect the amendment to Section 4 of the Companies Act, 2013. The said Amendment is a part of the Companies (Amendment) Act, 2020 and provides that if a company fails to…


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