Anti-Bribery, Anti-Corruption / White Collar Crime

Our lawyers have considerable experience in advising Clients on anti-corruption laws in India and providing assistance with regards to extra-territorial implications of foreign anti-corruption laws on operations in India.

Our lawyers have an excellent correspondent relations with international law firms; therefore, we work with such law firms in advising clients on matters involve foreign anti-corruption laws such as the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act,1977 and the UK Bribery Act, 2010.

We advise on anti-corruption related matters, ethics policies and good governance including drafting company policies and codes of conduct, review existing policies involving anti-bribery and anti-corruption. We also advise and extend legal support to businesses in matters of internal investigations, fraud and non-compliance. We also undertake due-diligence to ascertain risks in commercial transactions.

Our lawyers advise on white-collar crimes including corporate frauds, embezzlement, corporate compliance and money laundering, etc., and assist Clients on preventive and prosecution aspects including in criminal proceedings.

We have a dedicated team of experienced lawyers who deal with specialized spheres of criminal law practice, providing both advisory services and litigation support, and having notable experience in ‘White-Collar Crimes’ practice’.

Our team of lawyers have extensive experience in advising clients from the stage of advisory to filing of criminal complaint,  trial and up to appellate stage (s).

Our lawyers have represented Clients before criminal courts, including special courts that handle departmental matters like the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), the Directorate of Enforcement (ED), Serious Fraud Investigation Office (SFIO), the Economic Offences Wings (EOWs), Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB), etc., encompassing a wide gambit of matters relating to areas such as corruption, money laundering, extradition of fugitives, financial frauds, embezzlement of funds, offenses under foreign exchange management laws, cyber-crimes, extortion, crimes against human body and narcotics, etc.