Jivesh Chandrayan

Jivesh Chandrayan

Partner | New Delhi

Corporate & Commercial, Labour & Employment, Technology Media & Telecommunications
Enrolment No. D/1409/2004


Jivesh is a partner in the Corporate & Commercial practice group of the firm. With over 15 years of experience, he is a trusted legal counsel to large business groups and MNCs and regularly advises them on a host of corporate and commercial law matters. His practice area comprises advising diverse industry sectors like Information Technology & enabled services, Telecom, Fintech, Defence, Renewable Energy, Engineering, Consumer Electronics, Tourism, Medical & Healthcare, Mining, Textile, Retail, Oil & Gas, Real Estate and Estate Planning. He pursued his bachelors and LL.B. at University of Delhi. He also obtained his LL.M. in Commercial Laws from Cardiff Law School, UK.

Practice areas

  • Corporate & Commercial
  • Labour & Employment


  • India entry strategy and corporate structuring of foreign MNCs
  • Transaction advisory-shareholders’ & share-purchase agreements
  • Exchange control laws and regulatory compliances
  • Corporate governance & CXOs entry/exit strategizing
  • Employment laws and incentivization schemes

Representative matters

  • World’s leading MNC in radar and aero-space technology on setting up its Indian subsidiary, handholding on various issues of regulatory compliance, employment, real estate, CXOs entry/exit strategies, Government of India procurement related advisory
  • World’s largest bulk messaging MNC on its proposed Indian acquisition, advised on Indian laws on information technology, data privacy, TRAI regulations, employment and commercial disputes
  • One of the largest PE funded, Dubaibased oil & gas asset management MNC on various employment issues and CXOs entry/exit strategies of its Indian subsidiaries
  • World’s largest medical emergency services MNC on Indian laws on drug licensing, data protection and retention
  • One of the world’s largest China based telecom MNC on telecom laws, import/export and anti-dumping laws