India's IndiGo Airlines owners seek to prevent dispute.
Two co-founders of India's largest carrier IndiGo Airlines (6E, Delhi Int'l) have hired legal consultants to help them to resolve differences before the expiration of their shareholders' agreement later this year, Live Mint has reported. "Both sides are trying to defuse the situation and have roped in Haigreve Khaitan and Jyoti Sagar, founders of law firms Khaitan & Co. and J Sagar Associates, who will personally advise [co-founders] Gangwal and Bhatia to set aside their differences which have existed for a few years now," a source said.
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