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Inox Group tax lawyer Shilpa Sharma becomes Inox Leisure legal head

Shilpa Sharma moves to Inox Leisure
Shilpa Sharma moves to Inox Leisure

Inox Group legal adviser indirect tax Shilpa Sharma has moved to group company Inox Leisure as vice president legal, where she will oversee the legal operations of the cinema and entertainment giant.

She explained that she had been handling indirect tax issues for the three Inox Group’s three subsidiaries Inox Leisure Limited, Inox Air Products Pvt Ltd and Inox India Pvt Ltd previously, all of which operate independently.

Around five months after she started looking into legal areas other than indirect tax, she was offered to join as the vice president (VP) legal of Inox Leisure, following the departure of Dhanraj Mulki, the previous VP.

She said: “So now I work exclusively for Inox Lesiure Ltd, handling all kinds of matters like arbitrations, civil, criminal, consumer, labour etc.

“The role involves instructing external counsels, advisory role in all legal matters including property, entertainment, labour, consumer, food, Standard Weights & Measures etc etc, Agreements, LOI’s etc.”

Inox Leisure is the group company that operates multiplex cinemas across India. Inox has previously often instructed Khaitan & Co on its previous acquisitions of other cinema firms, such as Fame India and Satyam Cineplexes.

Sharma had joined Inox in 2017 after seven years at Vaish Associates. She is a 1994 GLC Mumbia graduate, who had previously been an associate partner at Paras Kuhad, a consultant at EY and in-house at Marico.

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