With the advent of the start-up and e-commerce boom in the country as also the ease with which new companies and corporations are receiving huge amounts of funding to run small businesses with big ideas, the Firm has specialized and customized its Company law practice to suit not only the giant corporations with their regular Company law requirements and queries but also assist young entrepreneurs with building their business from a nascent stage by advising various Compliances under the Companies Act and other ancillary laws.

The team at the Goswami & Nigam LLP is well versed with the provisions of the Companies Act, FDI and FEMA regulations and the like, in order to provide detailed guidance to clients at every step of running their business from the incorporation of a Company to advising on acquisitions, if any. Further, the Firm has also represented Clients before the Company Law Board and other statutory authorities and has also advised on mergers and acquisitions and joint ventures whenever such a need has arisen. The Firm possesses expertise in various domains pertaining to Corporate Law and Commercial Transactional Law, including, inter alia, the following:

  1. Corporate restructuring
  2. Mergers and Acquisitions including transaction advisory services pertaining to due diligence, drafting and negotiation of Share Purchase Agreements and Share Holder Agreements, and related proceedings before the National Company Law
  3. Foreign Direct Investment in India including structuring of FDI transactions, compliances and advisory related to FEMA and applicable RBI Guidelines and FDI Master Circulars
  4. Setting up entities in India and overseas subsidiaries/branch offices/liaison offices of Indian companies
  5. Structuring, negotiating and advising on cross border commercial transactions (both inbound and outbound), including on issues relating to royalties, transfer pricing, Intellectual Property, data privacy and employment
  6. The Firm specializes in cross border investments, transactions and advisory both from Corporate law and FEMA perspective