Prateek Bansal is a Partner in the Taxation practice at the firm. Prateek is a qualified lawyer
Enrolled with the Bar Council of Maharashtra and Goa. With over 8 years of experience. Prateek’s area
Of expertise is indirect taxes including services Tax, Customers and Foreign Trade Policy, VAT, Excise and
GST. Prateek is actively engaged in providing advisory and litigation services to various Indian and
Multinational clients and proficiently represents them in proceedings before various judicial and quasi-
judicial forums. Prateek has assisted several clients in their informed adaption to the GST regime and
continues to diligently work with his clients base on transitional advisory and general tax management
consultations on a day to day basis Additionally, Prateek is actively engaged in undertaking tax review
and structuring exercises for his clients.
Prateek has also been a part of various advocacy related initiatives before various Government
Authorities including Ministry of Finance, DGFT, etc. in relation to taxation related regulatory aspects.
In addition to indirect tax and customs, Prateek has been involved in a wide range of trade allied
advisory services in niche areas of Legal Metrology, Consumer Protection, Drugs and Cosmetics,
FSSAI law, Bureau of India Standards, etc.
Prateek has advised and represented clients across notable sectors such as Real Estate, Entertainment,
Hospitality, Healthcare, Pharmaceuticals and Chemicals , Food Processing and Retail , amongst others.
Prior to joining the Firm, Prateek was a part of the tax at Economic Laws Practice, Mumbai.
Assisted, advised and provided handholding support to various leading companies engaged in sectors
To various leading companies engaged in sectors such as real estate, media and entertainment,
hospitality and food processing amongst others in transitioning to the GST regime.
Infrastructure in preparation / computation of data to be furnished to Remission of Duties and Taxes on Export Products (‘RODTEP’) Committee and representing such aggrieved associations before the RODTEP Committee and Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs (CBIC).
Providing ongoing assistance and tax advisory to leading companies engaged in sectors such as organizing sporting events, pharmaceuticals and chemicals,etc.
the Hon’ble Delhi High Court.
Of two Indian States in a dispute relating to appropriate place of GST registration and on the issue of reversal of input tax credit pertaining to supply of services liable to GST on reverse charge basis.
taxes regime including but not limited to drafting and filing
of statutory correspondences, filing appeals before the
Customs, Excise and Service Tax Appellate Tribunal
(‘CESTAT’) and writ petitions with various High Courts.
leading pharmaceuticals and food processing companies in
various issues under Value Added Tax and Central Sales Tax,
including disallowance of branch transfers in origin States
and refund / set-off from the destination States.
and media & entertainment company regarding levy of Service
Tax on revenue-sharing arrangement before adjudicating
authority and CESTAT.
before adjudicating authority and CESTAT regarding reversal
of CENVAT Credit availed in relation to input services utilized
for trading activity and taxable output services.
classification of products imported and exported by a
leading pharmaceutical company.
pharmaceuticals and chemicals companies before the
Customs authorities in issues pertaining to violation of
‘pre-import’ condition for availing IGST exemption against
Advance Authorization license.