Manendra Singh is an Associate Partner in the Corporate & Commercial and Private Equity practices of ELP. He is a qualified Solicitor in India, has LL.M. in Business Laws and is a law graduate from Government Law College, Mumbai (2011).

Manendra is a transactional lawyer and practices in General Corporate, M&A, Structuring, PE, Corporate Litigation, Securities Laws, Funds and Company Law. He has advised several clients on corporate and commercial transactions, including private and public mergers, acquisitions, strategic alliances, private equity investments, domestic and cross-border foreign collaborations, joint ventures and routine advisory on all aspects of Indian corporate, securities, foreign investment and company laws.

Manendra has contributed to LexisNexis India Mergers & Acquisitions Practical Guide (Takeover Code). His co-authored publication on “Bankruptcy Code: Exclusion of Civil Courts in Monetary Matters?” was recently published in the book ‘The Reform Decade – Corporate & Commercial Law in India’. He frequently writes on contentious legal issues for various publications houses.

Prior to ELP, Manendra was associated with Khaitan & Co, Mumbai, where he was part of General Corporate, M&A, tax, capital markets, project finance, litigation team.

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