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[CORRECTION] L&T adds HP’s Sanjukta Kulkarni as GC in L&T Infotech

Sanjukta Kulkarni now GC, at L&TSanjukta Kulkarni now GC, at L&T

Former Hewlett Packard (HP) director and India country counsel Sanjukta Kulkarni joined L&T Infotech as general counsel,

CORRECTION : An earlier version of this story incorrectly stated that L&T group GC Hemant Kumar had moved on to Reliance Communications. A different Hemant Kumar is in fact president legal at Reliance Communications, and the Hemant Kumar who is group GC for the L&T group is continuing in the same role. We regret the error.

A double LLM holder, from the University of Aberdeen in 2001 and Stockholm University in 2002, Kulkarni began her career practising in the Andhra Pradesh high court between 1997 and 2000 and since then has had stints in house in Tech Mahindra, TCS eServe, Tata Consultancy Services, Capegemini India and HP but with L&T she has stepped into a GC role for the first time.

She specialises in contract law and information technology law, according to her Linkedin profile.

She was not reachable for comment.

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