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Our technology, media and telecommunications (TMT) practice group advises clients on structuring and executing their transactions in the TMT sphere in India, and also provides specialist regulatory and strategic advice. In addition, we provide advice on commercial contracting, and represent clients before the regulatory authorities and government departments that are relevant to the constituent industries.
We have a large and diverse clientele across TMT industries and their sub-sectors, including:
• IT (including software development and licensing)
• Online gaming
• Online gambling
• Mobile and fixed line telecom operators
• Internet service providers
• Print and digital media
• Film and music production and distribution
Our lawyers have extensive experience advising clients on the regulatory framework affecting the TMT industries in India. They constantly keep abreast of changes and innovation in the underlying technologies of these industries, thereby ensuring that clients receive comprehensive and commercially-minded advice.
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