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Abhinav Chandan

Abhinav Chandan

, New Delhi

Partner | Technology, Media and Telecom

education

  • B.A. LL.B. (Hons.), National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata (2009)

Abhinav Chandan is a Partner in the Telecom, Media, and Technology practice group in the NCR office.

Abhinav specialises in telecom regulatory and data protection matters, as well as commercial transactions in the telecom, technology, IT and media sector. 

Professional Affiliations

  • Bar Council of India Karnataka Bar Association

Representative Matters

Abhinav Chandan has represented and advised the following clients

Reliance Jio

Advised on the complex pan-India infrastructure leasing arrangements of the client with infrastructure providers and other TSPs, including fiber IRUs, tower leasing, ‘in-building solutions, and bandwidth.

Maxis Group

Advised on the telecom regulatory and compliance aspects regarding the proposed merger between RCOM and Aircel Limited, the largest proposed acquisition between TSPs in India at the time. 

Rajah & Tann (a Singapore based law firm)

Advised on the legal and regulatory compliance aspects for launching various mobile applications and services such as gambling, data streaming and cloud, focusing on data protection and privacy frameworks.

Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank

Advised on a deal for procuring services of an Indian ‘Other Service Provider’ (OSP) routed through the OSP’s affiliate in Dubai. 

Daisy Worldwide

Advised on international toll-free services deal with an Indian telecom service provider.

British Telecom

Software and hardware licensing and reselling deal in India with a banking subsidiary.

Publications

iconErgo Newsflash

23 Sep '22
Telecommunications Bill 2022: An overhaul of the regulatory framework

iconErgo Update

24 Jun '22
DoT commences 5G Spectrum Auction Process

iconErgo Update

11 May '22
DoT Launches Centralized RoW Portal

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