Ashmita is a qualified lawyer and enrolled as an advocate with Bar Council of Delhi. She completed her Masters in law (LL.M) under Corporate & Commercial Law and has gained knowledge in the areas of Corporate Laws, Employment & Labour Law and Transactional Advisory. She is currently associated with General Corporate and Commercial practice of Ahlawat & Associates.
She has prior experience in drafting and negotiating the terms of a Term sheet while reviewing the corporate documentation including but not limited to Employment Agreements, Share Purchase Agreements, Non-Disclosure Agreements and other Commercial Contracts. She has worked as an In-House counsel with Investment Firms and assisted in legal compliances and risk management.
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A contract is an agreement between two parties that is enforceable by law. It is crucial to the success of any business arrangement as a contract legally binds the parties involved to their representations, warranties, and obligations as enumerated under the contract. Moreover, they can also be used as a point of reference in the …
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