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Partner in the Dispute Resolution Practice at the Mumbai office of Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas. Adarsh has experience in civil/ commercial litigation before the Bombay High Court. He has advised clients in court litigations as well as arbitration. His practice covers disputes relating to joint ventures, shareholder agreements, media rights contracts, franchise agreements, construction projects and sports law related issues, etc.

Adarsh joined the firm soon after his graduation from National Law School of India University, Bangalore in 2010. He can be reached at  adarsh.saxena@cyrilshroff.com

Putting the Brakes on Highway Tolls: Extending the Model Code of Conduct to Existing Contracts?

It is election season and the Model Code of Conduct for the Guidance of Political Parties and Candidates (MCC)[1] has been in operation since elections were announced on March 16, 2024. The MCC provides that from the time elections are announced by the Election Commission (EC), ministers and other authorities shall not announce or promise any financial grants in any form.[2] The stated purpose of this prohibition is to ensure that the party in power is not accused of using its official position for the purposes of the election campaign.[3]Continue Reading Putting the Brakes on Highway Tolls: Extending the Model Code of Conduct to Existing Contracts?