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King, Stubb & Kasiva Offices
Unit 14, Ground Floor, DLF Tower A, Jasola, New Delhi – 110025
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King, Stubb & Kasiva > Firm Profile
King Stubb & Kasiva is few of the top corporate law firms in India with offices in Bengaluru, Chennai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Kochi, Kolkata, Mumbai, and Pune. It has established teams in every practice area to ensure our services meet the most exact standards. The key practices include corporate M&A, private equity and venture capital, banking and finance, real estate, dispute resolution (arbitration and litigation), insolvency, regulatory, and labour and employment matters. The firm also has dedicated practices surrounding capital markets, competition, antitrust, environmental, food, information technology, infrastructure and project finance, IPR, investment, legal metrology, litigation, media law, and tax.
Its industry focus encompasses blockchain and cryptos, e-commerce, defense, fintech, healthcare and pharmaceuticals, power and energy, telecom, media and telecommunications, transport and logistics, trusts, charities and not-for-profit, and white-collar crime. Over the last several years, King Stubb & Kasiva (KSK) has developed a niche in mid-market M&A, litigation and disputes resolution, employment and labor, banking and finance, IT, e-commerce, and emerging technology practices. The firm’s clients include large and medium Indian and foreign businesses, multinational corporations, and Fortune 500 companies. The firm advises ministries, government authorities, and public sector undertakings.
With the meteoric growth experienced by start-ups we see today, it is imperative for them to be cognizant of the various regulatory compliances to be undertaken to ensure they are ship-shape for their future funding rounds. KSK’s comprehensive and focused solutions help start-ups in achieving it. KSK provides legal structural, regulatory, and compliance-related services guiding startups through all stages of their growth, assistance in incorporation, structuring, funding, and registration of Intellectual Property amongst many others.
KSK also assists and advises start-ups in different industry sectors including e-commerce, fin-tech, genomics, defense, drugs and cosmetics, ed-tech, med tech, news and media aggregation, logistics, blockchain, airports, mining, green energy, power and energy, real estate, engineering and manufacturing, pharmacy wholesale and retail distribution, F&B, fashion and clothing, fitness.
Staff FiguresAttorneys : 120+
LanguagesAll preferred Languages
MembershipsAmerican Chamber of Commerce Indo-German Chamber of Commerce IBA (International Bar Association) UKIBC Inter-Pacific Bar Association (IPBA) Swiss-Indo Chamber of Commerce Indo-Italian Chamber of Commerce & Industry Indo-China Chamber of Commerce
Legal Developments11th January 2023 Virtual currencies have always been tightly restricted, if not outright prohibited, in India. The Reserve Bank of India (“RBI”) has consistently opposed the use of “private virtual currencies” due to their uncontrollability. Illicit black-market transactions and shadow economies are feasible because the RBI has no control over who or how much cryptocurrency is transported where. However, the benefits of cryptocurrency outnumber the traditional currency, the RBI also intends to maximize these benefits, particularly in the current economic situation, where digital payments are growing more common.
11th January 2023 A commercial lease agreement (“Agreement”) is an instrument and a contract executed between the owner (“Lessor”) of an immovable property (“Property”) for lease and the entity/individual (“Lessee”) desirous to lease (acquire possession) the Property for commercial purposes. This Agreement records the terms and conditions which bind the parties to the transaction and are mutually agreed upon between them. Usually, such an Agreement is formulated by the Lessor and therefore, may stand one-sided and against the interests and protection of the Lessee. A Lessee is recommended to always peruse the terms and conditions of the Agreement prior to its execution, and must be aware of every clause and provision, and its interpretation. It is advisable that the Lessee may consult with lawyers and advocates from the real estate domain, to have a thorough interpretation and knowledge of the terms and conditions outlined in the Agreement to safeguard their interests and enjoy the possession of the Property without any demur and/or issues for the period of the term of the Agreement.
30th November 2022 Large corporations around the globe such as Twitter, Meta, Amazon etc., are reported to have laid off employees for various reasons and workforce everywhere is going through a phase of uncertainty, and India is no different. In common parlance, ‘lay-off’ is generally referred to reduction in workforce or downsizing.