Incisive Law featured on the September issue of Asian Legal Business
We are pleased to have been featured in the September issue of the Asian Legal Business Magazine.
Our Head of Aviation and Competition, Piyush Gupta was interviewed for his thoughts on the current aviation market where new opportunities are emerging, partly as a result of regulatory flexibility particularly on competition laws and the significant rise in the use of drone technology in this pandemic era.
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