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Ramesh Vaidyanathan

Ramesh Vaidyanathan

Advaya Legal

Mumbai, , IND


Ramesh K. Vaidyanathan is the Managing Partner of Advaya Legal. He is a general corporate lawyer with extensive experience in setting up foreign collaborations, joint ventures and franchising entities in India. Before founding Advaya, Ramesh had the opportunity to be in private practice as the Partner of a large law firm and the General Counsel of a diversified Indian infrastructure conglomerate.

During his initial private practice stint, Ramesh specialized on all aspects of corporate law. When India's busiest airports in Delhi and Mumbai were privatized in 2006 in an unprecedented PPP initiative of the Government of India, Ramesh moved in-house as the General Counsel of the Mumbai International Airport development and modernization project. Given the complexities involved in developing India’s busiest yet completely land constrained airport in the heart of Mumbai, the project was considered by many experts as one of the most challenging infrastructure projects in the world. In addition to this airport role, Ramesh was also the GVK Group Counsel, advising on power, retail, oil & gas, hotel, mining, port, road and other infrastructure projects. He moved back to private practice in 2010 to set up Advaya Legal.

Ramesh is active in legal fora at the national and international level and speaks regularly at various conferences. He is an officer of the International Bar Association (IBA). Ramesh teaches Indian law course modules at the Michigan State University (MSU) in the US and has also rendered a visiting lecture at the Seikei Law School in Tokyo. He is also the founder director of Advaya Charitable Foundation that works with organizations creating awareness for legal education among underprivileged sections of society and in supporting them to access quality legal education.
Ramesh Vaidyanathan is associated with the following items:
CHB Chapters  CHB Chapters Practical Perspective on Contract Enforcement and Dispute Resolution in India - Doing Business in India 2018, Wednesday, January 17, 2018
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