Jaideep is a technology lawyer whose practice focuses on disruptive technologies and their interaction with the law. In particular, he advises on Fintech regulations, privacy and cybersecurity, e-commerce, telecom, and other technology-related regulatory, public policy and contentious issues.
Jaideep led the firm’s representation of the Internet and Mobile Association of India in a landmark Supreme Court case where a central bank restriction on virtual currencies was set aside by the Court. He also led the drafting of an independent submission made by the firm to the Government of India on virtual currencies, as well as the drafting of a self-regulatory code of conduct for the industry.
He has been quoted and published in various Indian and international publications of repute, including Business Standard, The Economic Times, GQ, The Hindu, Livemint, Thomson Reuters’ Practical Law, Digital Business Lawyer, the Berkeley Technology Law Journal, the Indian Journal of Law and Technology, and the NUJS Law Review. He has spoken at various events on technology law, and block chain regulation in particular. He has also taught a certificate course on block chain regulation and policy at the National Law School of India University.
He was recognized as a Notable Practitioner by Chambers and Partners for its India Fintech Guide. He is qualified to practice in India and California, U.S.A.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Jaideep Reddy