Atul GuptaPartner at Trilegal

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Atul Gupta is a Partner with Trilegal, and one of the foremost employment law practitioners in India. Atul regularly advises clients on contract and policy formulation, misconduct/white-collar investigations, sexual harassment matters, staff and establishment restructurings and separations, sensitive senior management hiring and exits, social security (PF) regulatory proceedings and a host of other labour and employment law matters in India – both on the contentious and non-contentious side. Atul is the “go-to” lawyer for large corporate transactions with a significant human capital element, as he successfully merges his significant employment law expertise with a corporate law background to provide clients with practical and commercial advise on the most effective strategies to deal with employee and benefits transfers.

Atul has multi-sectoral experience in his practice, with his clients including automobile majors, mid and large IT/ITES companies, logistics companies, health and imaging equipment manufacturers, renewable power providers, retailers, health care providers, major telecom companies and PE/VC funds, amongst others. Atul regularly conducts training sessions for clients and also contributes to legal publications by organizations such as the IBLJ, World Bank, etc. on a regular basis.

Atul has been recently ranked as ‘Band 3’ lawyer in the latest Chambers Asia Pacific rankings and has been constantly recognized as a leading lawyer by Chambers Asia Pacific 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017 guides. The recent Chambers research cites Atul as "an excellent lawyer who is conscious about the different cultural facets encountered by international corporations, and does a great job explaining the Indian requirements and legal customs,” adding: "He is easily approachable while maintaining an outstanding integrity”.

“The "brilliant" Atul Gupta is applauded by sources for his commercial awareness and practical approach. He has advised a diverse group of companies on Indian employment law matters.”

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