A Corporate Lawyer & Company Secretary, Sumit has over 17 years of experience in dealing with the Corporate Legal and Compliance issues of small, medium and large corporates and is the founder partner of the law firm “eMinds Legal”, a Corporate Law Firm based in Gurgaon specialising in Corporate Secretarial, Corporate Legal and Compliances.
Sumit is an expert in Corporate Laws, Governance, Risk & Compliance and has independently led investigations related to Sexual Harassment, Fraud, Cybercrime and whistle blower cases.
Sumit is also the Lead Author of “Corporate Law Referencer” - a leading book on Companies Act, 2013 and LLP Regulations and published by Lexis Nexis.
Sumit is a regular speaker at the Institute of Company Secretaries of India, various management colleges and several small and large corporates on Corporate Laws, Sexual Harassment Laws and Compliances.
Sumit leads the Corporate Legal vertical at eMinds Legal and is supported by a strong team of Corporate Lawyers at eMinds Legal who advise corporates for their routine corporate legal requirements.
Qualification : B Com, FCS, LLb, DBF, MBA
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M: 98733 02025
A:544, Spaze iTech PArk Gurgaon, Haryana, India
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