Latham Named Among Top Foreign Firms in India in 2023

September 29, 2023
The India Business Law Journal
IBLJ recognized Latham for standout work in capital markets, financing, healthcare, and technology matters.

The India Business Law Journal (IBLJ) named Latham & Watkins among the top foreign law firms active in India. The list highlights firms that have “taken charge of sophisticated matters, complex projects and contentious cases, guaranteeing the loyalty and trust of clients and peers.”

IBLJ credited Latham as “a trusted expert adviser on capital markets” with “proven capabilities on M&A deals, private equity, banking and project finance, restructuring, shareholder activism, technology and commercial outsourcing transactions.” Spotlight cases include Latham’s work advising Adani in its US$4.5 billion acquisition of Ambuja Cements and ACC, Baring Private Equity in its sale of a partial stake in CitiusTech Healthcare, and Delhivery in its US$676 million IPO on the National Stock Exchange of India and the Bombay Stock Exchange.

Latham’s multilingual and multidisciplinary India team advises local and international clients on the largest and most influential transactions and financings, as well as complex, high-value disputes. With more than 50 lawyers based in Latham offices around the globe, our India Practice advises clients on a broad range of India-related matters and transactions governed by Singapore, English, and US law. Our team draws on a longstanding history working with leading Indian law firms, complementary knowledge of Indian regulations and key market players, and cultural insight to provide effective, commercial, and solutions-oriented advice on high-stakes matters and landmark transactions across the subcontinent.