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Satvik is an Advocate and Corporate Counsel and founder of Independent Law Chambers. His practice focuses primarily on dispute resolution, litigation and arbitration and he practices at the Supreme Court of India and Delhi High Court and frequently also travels outside of Delhi to other Courts all over the Country. Prior to setting up his own law practice, Satvik was a partner at India's premier law firm, Amarchand Mangaldas, where he specialized on cross border Mergers & Acquisitions, private equity placements, foreign direct investments and international joint ventures. During his tenure at Amarchand, he advised on the first Special Purpose Acquisition Company involving an Indian Company, advised on the rehabilitation of Satyam Computers, and was lead counsel for Ashok Leyland's US$1.2 Billion joint ventures with Nissan Motors. Prior to Amarchand, Satvik was Vice-President and Counsel of the corporate law group at Lehman Brothers at their headquarters in New York, where he lived from 2001 till 2007. Satvik holds a Bachelor of Arts (with Honours) in History and a Bachelor in Law (LL.B.) from the University of Delhi. Satvik received a Masters of Law (LL.M.) from Harvard Law School, where he was a part of the South Asian Lawyers Association. Satvik is dual qualified and licensed to practice law in both India (1998) and the State of New York (2003). Satvik is a frequent speaker at various panels, seminars and workshops and is often featured on television debates. He regularly writes on business, law and policy for most of India's leading business newspapers, magazines, and journals. Satvik has been an Asia 21 Young Leader, where he actively engaged with others from the Asia-Pacific to discuss issues of common interest to the region. He is a Fellow of the fourth class of Kamalnayan Bajaj FellowshipFellows and the Aspen Global Leadership Network.