[PAST EVENT] Economic Crimes and National Security Law in India
Economic offences are, often part of other serious crimes posing danger to the security of the nation. Leaking of sensitive government information through a government-corporation nexus has been one of the major threats to national security. Sargam Hans, LL.M. class of 2017, will talk about her professional experience working on the challenging aspects of laws dealing with economic crimes and corporate espionage in India. She will also give an insight into the difficulties of obtaining bail in these high-profile cases owing to a great ambiguity in the law and absence of strong precedents in favor of the accused.
Sargam is an attorney licensed to practice in Delhi, India. She is currently pursuing her LL.M. and plans to work in the United States or UK after graduation. She lived in Northern Virginia before moving to India, and received law school education there. In India, she has worked closely and extensively on high profile cases of corporate and criminal law, terrorism and matters on matrimonial/family law for Indian clients living in the U.S. Her versatile work portfolio includes cases on trademarks, employment, immigration law and foreign investments at Top Notch Law firms of India, along with a brief term at the Delhi High Court Mediation and Conciliation Center.
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