Dipti Lavya Swain, a former general counsel at Indian solar power company Azure Power, has set up a boutique law firm, DLS Law Offices. 

Headquartered in Delhi NCR, the eight-lawyer firm also has offices in Mumbai and the eastern city of Bhubaneshwar. It additionally has associate offices in the cities of Ahmedabad and Bhopal.

DLS’ areas of focus include private equity, M&A, joint ventures, business transfers, deal structuring, corporate restructuring, securities, insolvency and bankruptcy, general corporate, employment and real estate.


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