CCI clears its third merger Amarchand Mangaldas represents Aica Kogya and Aica Laminates

BBTC’s Sunmica division will now be sold to Aica Japan’s Indian subsidiary Aica India. Money Control reported that Aica paid nearly Rs. 100 crore ($25 million) to acquire the Sunmica div


The Transformer

October 3, 2011 - 12:27pm

Mr. Saluja, what is so strange in this considering AM is a full service corporate law firm based out of 5 major cities in India and they have expertise in all aspects of corporate law with lawyers based in all their 5 offices with the required expertise. How does it matter which of the lawyers do the deal irrespective of the offices? Infact your behaviour is strange since you lack adequate knowledge and seem to comment on issues which you have idea off !!!


Rakesh Jhunjhunwala

October 1, 2011 - 3:16pm

Everyone knows M & A's is Bombays forte given cyril's presence. why will he not have his own team in bombay? Delhi does enforcement and litigation. Bombay clients wont use a delhi team.


competitive lawyer

October 1, 2011 - 1:04pm

Smart move by amss to develop competition law capabilities in both their major offices! after all, the brothers (and Pallavi) clearly have the vision.


Saurabh Saluja

October 1, 2011 - 10:10am

Very strange. AM bombay office advises on deal when the competition team is based in delhi. What were pallavishroff and arshad khan doing? Has arshad khan left amarchand? Or is this typical amarcjand behaviour where offices work separately and not like teams?

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