UKCA and Partners is a full-service law firm with historical roots going back 34 years. It has three partners, one of counsel and 15 associates. The firm is noted for its strengths in banking and finance, corporate and M&A, restructuring and insolvency, and real estate. This year it moves up one ring in the R&I rankings, a testament to its specialty in this area. Managing partner Manisha Chaudhary has experience in all practice areas, notably corporate and M&A and dispute resolution.
“UKCA & Partners are extremely client-centric, and provided excellent service and well-researched legal documentation in support of the legal action taken.” – Corporate and M&A
“They have very strong professional skills in corporate restructuring backed by unparalleled litigation management expertise.” – Corporate and M&A
“Very focused, committed and hard working.”
“Very thorough understanding of the subject, with a positive attitude ready to take everything for a matter.”
Representing MGF Developments in a litigation against Emaar Group relating to a demerger.
Acting for Reebok on its dispute with Reebok minority shareholder, Focus Energy, in relation to the issuance of compulsory convertible debentures.
Representing Indira IVF Hospital and its promoter group in a dispute with the minority shareholders of the company.
Defending SMS Investment Corporation against oppression and mismanagement claims instituted by the relatives of Maharaja Sawai Man Sing II.
Advising Indraprastha Gas and Wave Megacity Centre on their respective CIRP proceedings.
Acting for the investors of HBD Dairies and Allied on their recovery of investment under the IBC.
Representing Larsen & Toubro as the operational creditor on filing an application initiating the CIRP of Three C Universal Developers.
Advising DLF Group and its various entities on three restructuring schemes.
Acting for Adeline Builders & Developers on its scheme of arrangement with respect to the internal restructuring of its group companies.
Representing a shareholder of a company in agreement with a private equity investor, on his exit strategies while ensuring the shareholders and trademark agreements with the PE fund are not violated.
Exicom Tele-Systems, Juniper Green Energy, MGF Developments, Wave Group