Insights into Legal Implications
Key legal and regulatory frameworks
Key questions will be addressed by the panel
Ask live questions and discuss with other participants
Networking lounge to engage with participants
5 speakers across 2 sessions
MD, India Internet Fund. Anirudh Suri is the Managing Director of India Internet Fund, a US and India based early stage venture capital fund focused on consumer and technology sectors. He has previously worked with McKinsey & Co., Goldman Sachs and the Government of India. He has served as the President, Harvard Club of India, and is currently the Director for Asia for the Harvard Alumni Association. He has an MBA from the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania and an MPA from the Harvard Ke
Group Head – Legal, Quess Corp Ltd. Having worked for a few large companies for about 10 years (Harrisons Malayalam, BPL Engineering, Volvo India) as Company Secretary and Legal Counsel, shifted to HR Services industry first as Head of Compliance for India Life (which is now Hewitt Outsourcing, also set up their Benefits Consulting business) and as Founder employee of Team Lease. In TeamLease while handling multiple roles started specialising in Employment/Labour Laws.
Advocate, Supreme Court of India. Shikhil Suri, an Advocate at the Supreme Court of India, is a U.S. and Indian qualified lawyer. He earned his Law and LL.M degree from University of Mumbai and an LL.M. and Certiﬁcate in Business & Public Policy from the University of Pennsylvania Law School & The Wharton School, US. Shikhil’s practice is focussed on litigation and dispute resolution. Additionally, he regularly appears in pro bono/legal aid criminal matters before the Supreme Court of India
Founder, Burgeon Law. An entrepreneurial lawyer, mentor and startup enthusiast, Roma Priya is the Founder of Burgeon Law, a new-age one-stop legal firm that supports growth, change and innovation in India’s evolving startup ecosystem. Being the brains behind the firm, she advises and mentors early-stage & high-growth startups, incubators, accelerators, angel investors, family offices, and venture capital/private equity funds.