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Juris Corp partners Hoshedar Wadia, Anil Jarial take a break

Juris Corp corporate partner Hoshedar Wadia and dispute resolution partner Anil Jarial have left the firm indefinitely and for a sabbatical respectively. Wadia had been a partner with the firm since 2008, while Jarial had joined as partner in 2010.

Juris Corp partner Detty Davis told Legally India on 25 March that while Wadia had stopped coming into the office a week previously, since he had flown to London to be with his wife, Jarial was not present in the office for around a month due to “personal reasons” but was still handling the firm’s matters.

Davis said at the time that neither Wadia nor Jarial had resigned from the firm but their plans for returning to office were indefinite. The names of both were listed in the firm’s profile at the time.

Wadia is now looking for an assignment in London and would join Juris Corp if he returns to India, while Jarial has taken a break and would rejoin Juris Corp in a few months, according to statements from the former partners given to legal website Bar & Bench. Jarial and Wadia’s names are not listed on Juris Corp’s website anymore. Legally India could not reach either partner for comment.

Wadia, a 2004 graduate of GLC Mumbai, started his career with Juris Corp and became a partner at the firm in 2008. He handled corporate commercial, private equity, structured products and OTC derivatives work at the firm.

Jarial had started his career with Mulla & Mulla in 2000, leaving the firm in 2007 to set up as a sole practitioner. In 2010, he joined Juris Corp as a dispute resolution and real estate partner in Mumbai.

In January this year Wadia’s sister Hufriz Wadia joined the firm as partner, while banking of counsel Fraser M Alexander left in February to join Majmudar & Partners.

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