Solomon & Co

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Firm Overview

Solomon & Co. is a full-service law firm headquartered in Mumbai, the financial and commercial capital of India, with offices in Mumbai and Pune. Founded in 1909, the firm is ranked amongst the most reputed law firms in the country.

The firm provides high-value legal services across a broad range of practice areas and since its inception, Solomon & Co. has been advising Indian and international companies, government organizations and individuals on their most challenging transactions. Our clients range from global banks, investment funds and high net-worth individuals to not-for-profit organizations.

Our lawyers are a highly skilled professional who is adept at providing practical and innovative solutions to complex legal issues. Having practiced both in India and internationally, they have the ability to comprehend a wide range of issues across various sectors. Our team is result-oriented and is trained to emphasize client service, clarity, and efficiency. We pride ourselves on delivering excellent client service using a focus and personal approach.

We realize that an excellent legal practice requires both profound legal knowledge as well as understanding of the local jurisdiction. To fully assist clients on assignments in other parts of India, we routinely work with locally based correspondent lawyers with access to the local knowledge and contacts in over 40 Indian cities, including New Delhi, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Chennai, Ahmadabad, Kolkata.

Areas of Expertise


Mergers and Acquisitions



Banking and Finance

Capital Markets

India entry

Private Equity

Dispute Resolution

Real Estate



Intellectual Property

Key Contacts

Senior Partner

Jonathan S. Solomon
[email protected]

Managing Partner

Aaron Solomon
[email protected]

Firm Rankings

Banking & Finance
Band 4


Band 4


Band 4


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