Remfry & Sagar Team Member

Shubhankar Das

Senior Associate

Shubhankar’s practice covers diverse areas of general corporate and commercial  law including foreign investment, joint ventures and private equity. He also advises on corporate governance issues; commercial agreements including franchise agreements; leases for retail and commercial real estate; technology licensing, services agreements and outsourcing agreements. He has assisted clients from the inception of an acquisition, contributed during negotiations and helped in completion of the transaction. He is regularly conducting due diligences, advising parties on setting up business in India, rendering day-to-day legal advice, aiding with corporate compliance, business structuring and restructuring across a variety of industries and sectors.

In addition, Shubhankar has extensive experience in advising clients on information technology and data privacy, retailing, e-commerce, foreign exchange, incorporation, bankruptcy laws, labour and employment, matters relating to FCRA, food laws and legal metrology.

Practice Areas

Corporate - Commercial Law; Technology, Media & Telecom


Bachelor's degree in Arts, Qualified Company Secretary, LL.B.


Off-road biking, listening to audio stories, researching facts and current affairs, and watching Satyajit Ray's movies.



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