Anshul Prakash
First Name
Law firm
Khaitan & Co
Email address
+91 22 6636 5000

Anshul is a Partner at Khaitan & Co and leads the Employment Labour and Benefits (ELB) practice of the Firm from its Mumbai office.

Anshul and the ELB practice under his leadership have won several awards and recognitions over the years being ranked Tier-1 across league tables. Individually, Anshul has been recognized as Leading Individual Lawyer (Labour & Employment) by Legal 500 Asia Pacific, Top Individual Lawyer (Labour & Employment) in Forbes India Legal Powerlist 2020-21 besides being recognized by BW Legal World among Top 40 Under 40, “Finest Lawyers” & “Legal Eagles” of the Indian Legal Ecosystem, ranked amongst Asian Legal Business Super 50 lawyers in India and honorably ranked and highly recommended by Chambers & Partners Asia Pacific while also awarded by Asia Law Profiles for Client Service Excellence. More recently, Anshul was recognised as a Leading Lawyer in the area of Labour and Employment in Legal Era Leading Lawyers Rankings 2022.

Anshul exclusively advises several prominent domestic and international clients on full suite of contentious and non-contentious employment law and related matters concerning workforce management, social security, industrial relations and trade union strategy, transition due to business transfers, workplace harassment & discrimination, structuring benefits & incentives, health & safety, internal inquiries, workforce restructuring, internal investigations and representation before labour authorities.

Anshul also leads the Firm’s thought leadership initiative on advocacy & knowledge sharing in employment and labour law space, and actively shares insights on evolving jurisprudence in the employment & labour law space in several industry publications, print media and public speaking events organized by industry bodies.

Anshul and the ELB team have been working towards updating clients and creating awareness within the industry at large regarding the recently introduced Labour Codes 2020, and the expected changes to the labour law regime in the country.