Sheena is amongst the senior members of the firm’s corporate commercial team. She practices in the areas of Mergers & Acquisitions, Private Equity, Corporate / Business structuring and restructuring (including joint ventures) and Contracting (commercial and corporate contracts)
Over a period of time she has developed the ability to lead teams in many sizeable transactions and advise clients on structuring, drafting, negotiating private equity transactions including drafting of agreements such as the shareholders’ agreements, share subscription, share purchase and joint venture agreements. Apart from the above, Sheena has also advised clients on day to day legal affairs of the company including but not limited to issues relating to corporate law, employment law, etc.
She has extensive experience in FDI investments, joint ventures, setting up of business operations in India across various industry sectors such as FMCG, infrastructure, energy, media, real estate and construction, services, hospitality, technology, medical devices, IT/ITES, manufacturing and retail amongst others.
She along with other team members have recently contributed to the India Chapter on setting up in India for joint book project of Euraaudit and Interlegal’s joint book project due to be published in early 2019.
Key Conditions to employ women employees during night shifts: Haryana Government
In light of the powers conferred under the Punjab Shops and Commercial Establishments Act, 1958 (“Punjab S&E”) and superseding all the earlier notifications in this regard, the Government of Haryana vide notification (No. 4490) (“Notification”) dated February 21st, 2023, has laid down certain conditions for employment of women employees during night shifts from 08:00 PM …
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Code on The Occupational Safety, Health and Working Conditions, 2020: Where wellbeing is paramount
The Occupational Safety, Health, and Working Conditions Code, 2020 (“Code”) a legislation framed to regulate the safety, health and working conditions of the workers employed in various establishments. The Code simplifies, subsumes, and transforms the provisions of the provisions of 13 existing central labour legislations, including, inter alia, the (i) Factories Act, 1948 (“Factories Act”), …
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The Code on Industrial Relations: Addressing the Key Changes and Their Impact
The Industrial Relations Code, 2020 (“Code”) has been formulated to amend and consolidate the laws relating to settlement of disputes between workers and the employers by way of minimising the scope for illegal strikes and lock-outs by workers, providing efficient dispute settlement and grievance redressal mechanism. The Code further focuses on providing better working conditions …
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The Code on Wages: Addressing the Key Changes and Their Impact
The Code on Wages, 2019 (“Code”) codifies and amends the extant laws related to wages, bonus and remuneration encashed to labour workforce in organised and unorganised sector of employment. It aims to simplify the implementation, enforcement and harmonise the labour law regime in India. The Code subsumes the following enactments upon its enforcement viz. (i) …
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The Code on Social Security 2020: Addressing the Key Changes and Their Impact
To reform the archaic labour and employment law legislations pertaining to social security, the Central Government has enacted the Code on Social Security, 2020 (“Code”) with an aim to extend the social security benefits to maximum workforce working in either the organized or the unorganized sectors. The Code has repealed the following 9 (nine) major …
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How to Start a Liquor Business?
Have you been wanting to start a liquor business? Liquor business is one of the most thriving businesses in India however, it is a heavily regulated sector as liquor as an intoxicant comes under the domain of State List mentioned under Schedule VII of the Constitution of India, therefore, there is no uniformity in the …
ESOP: An Incentive Tool For Startup Founders
Since the last few years, India has witnessed an immense wave of entrepreneurship by virtue of which numerous startup founders have gained recognition and fame which led them to be the front runners of their own ventures. However, most of these startups are bootstrapped and therefore, attracting and retaining good talent is a huge challenge. …
The Legality of Moonlighting
Recently, ‘moonlighting’ became a focal point of discussion amongst IT companies and emerging start-ups. Last month, Wipro, a leading tech giant, terminated 300 (three hundred) employees found ‘moonlighting’ by terming it as ‘an act of integrity violation’. Seeing Wipro’s stance, other IT companies such as IBM and Infosys have also issued strict warnings to all …
An Overview of Digital Lending Guidelines
Recently, the Reserve Bank of India (“RBI”) issued Guidelines on Digital Lending (“Guidelines”). The Guidelines have come amidst concerns of data privacy breaches, unethical business practices, and mis-selling to vulnerable customers by digital lenders. The Guidelines apply from the date of the circular to existing customers who wish to take fresh loans and to new …
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