HSA Advocates^ partner Megha Arora has moved back to J Sagar Associates (JSA), as partner, as first reported by Bar & Bench.

She will join JSA as a retained partner in Bangalore effective 8 September, according to B&B which added that she will be part of JSA's projects team.

A 2005 NUJS Kolkata alumnus, Arora had first left JSA as an associate in 2011 to join Khaitan & Co and had left Khaitan as a counsel, in April 2016, to join HSA.

HSA managing partner Amitabh Sharma commented: Megha is a very talented lawyer and I wish her the very best for her onward journey. HSA acknowledges her contribution to kick-start our Bangalore office alongside our other Bangalore based partner, Sharath Chandrasekhar, and respects her decision to move on."

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Like +3 Object -2 Guest 07 Sep 17, 18:16
Does this mean that its better to be a salaried partner in larger firms than equity partner in HSA.
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Like +0 Object -4 Besahara 07 Sep 17, 19:14
Yes! Do you have a doubt? BTW what is the size of her bill book?
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Like +3 Object -0 Slap 07 Sep 17, 22:31
Slap slap!
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Like +3 Object -0 Clearing the Air 07 Sep 17, 23:16
LI has its facts wrong - she was a salaried partner at HSA. The designation for both equity and salaried partners in HSA is 'partner', which may have given rise to this confusion.
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Like +6 Object -2 Whats going on in HSA? 08 Sep 17, 10:49
Lots of exits from HSA - does not seem like the firm is being able to reinvent itself in the manner that it intended. Megha is a good resource and had played a significant role in setting up the HSA Bangalore office. If HSA hopes to grow and reinvent itself it will need to be transparent in all matters and upfront about its expectations from partners and associates alike.
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Like +2 Object -0 Ostrich 08 Sep 17, 15:39
Nothing is going on at HSA. Transparency has always been and will always remain an issue with them. Sometimes, people don't learn no matter how broken they may get. I believe they have a word for it, yes, arrogance.
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Like +2 Object -0 Besahara 08 Sep 17, 16:40
I am also very arrogant at my home when other family members are out!
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Like +3 Object -0 Sell & Take Control 11 Sep 17, 17:54
Sell sports car(s) and sports bike(s) and give better salaries and bonus and you will see things change, Mr. Bond ;)
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