Vision & Mission

Mission & VisionOur mission is to be trusted advisors to our clients and help achieve their vision and strategic objectives, assist them in complex and high value transaction or litigation and rescue them from crisis. In performing our mission we seek to experience the joy of changing the world around us, for the better. We do this by our thought leadership, academics, research, advocacy, creativity, organisational behaviour and by better understanding the industries in which we and our clients operate.

We incessantly aspire to be distinct and, at the same time, a ‘joyous and growth oriented working place’ for both fresh as well as experienced aspirants. We also intend to stay small, think big and do big and essential for the clients where clients take pride in engaging us, team receives best rewards and we uphold the nobility of the legal profession and command respect from our competitors.


Having got one of the global automobiles giants imposed with a fine of Rs. 87 crores amongst other instances, our grip on this sector is complete. KK Sharma Law Offices ('Firm') has dealt with the procurement of services of Car Carrier Trucks by market leader in automobile sector in India and brought the anti-competitive practices to the fore.

Banking And Finance

The very first investigation in the country into competition law violations was made which resulted in a cascading effect of company after company giving up the claims of loan foreclosure charges in home and car loans across the country, amongst others, were under taken.

Bulk Transportation

When the allegations of cartel were brought before the enforcement machinery against the flexible conveyor belt manufacturers they were clear in their mind that only KKSLO can deal it successfully and, accordingly, they availed our services.


The very first successful instance of cartelisation dealt by the competition agency in the case of Ficci Multiplex Association was very successfully dealt with by the competition agency under the overall supervision of Mr. Sharma.

Future Trading of Agriculture Commodities

The very first penalty on the leading stock exchange of the country exceeding Rs.50 Crores was based on the investigation done by the Mr. Sharma. Subsequently, when there were allegations of future trading and guar gum and other similar commodities, for saving the enterprises from huge fines, the Firm was the natural choice for representing these companies.

It may not be that well known no manufactured vehicle can leave the premises of the manufacturer except without being loaded on to the car carrier trucks. When the instances of anti competitive practices came to the fore, the Firm was the first choice to taken services from.