Start Up, MSME and Entrepreneurship

As India is staging itself to become a $5 Trillion Economy, the dynamics of the industries are constantly evolving expeditiously. The current startup revolution will define the future of the country. As on 2023, India has one lakh government recognised startups. From Private to Government funding and establishments of several notable incubation centres across the country, India is aiming high to be the next silicon valley. This development further goes back to the most significant pillar of the Indian Industries being the MSME sector who have contributed around 33% of the country’s total GDP as on 2023.

We expertise in advising the startup companies at every stage (from incubation to exit stage) in developing their overall legal ecosystem. We provide assistance in drafting of crucial Founder/Co-Founder Agreement, Shareholders Agreement, Non-Disclosure and Non-Competence Agreements, IP Registration and Agreements, General and Specific Licenses and MOUs, formulating Privacy Policy and Data Protection Measures, Startup’s Bylaws, Employment and Labour Laws, essential Regulatory Compliances and addressing complexities of Dispute Resolution (both Litigation and ADR).

We are in alignment and equipped to provide advisory and support to the MSME in strengthening their legal framework. From drafting of Manufacturers/Suppliers/Vendors/Third Party Agreements including service agreements to pre-litigation advisory and litigation support, our bandwidth covers the entire scope of protecting and advising the MSME in their regulatory needs.

We at Common Law Chambers understand the requirements of Investors and provide comprehensive approach in formulating and drafting essential agreements along with MOU, MOA and AOA, adhering to the compliances pertaining to ROC, Tax, IP, Labour Laws, RBI Compliances for foreign investors, Pre-Funding and Post-Funding Compliances and Due Diligence of the potential company/market.