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Rajani partner Amit Kolekar joins Godrej & Boyce Manufacturing to head up real estate legal

Amit Kolekar moves to head up real estate legal at Godrej & Boyce Manufacturing
Amit Kolekar moves to head up real estate legal at Godrej & Boyce Manufacturing

Rajani Associates Mumbai-based associate partner Amit Kolekar has joined Godrej & Boyce Manufacturing Company as its head real estate advisor in its legal team earlier this month.

Kolekar, a 2005 KC Law College Mumbai University graduate, had begun his career at Hariani & Co, joining Rajani Associates in 2007. He had been promoted to associate partner in 2017.

At Godrej & Boyce he will be overseeing real estate transaction and property-related litigation and disputes.

Godrej Boyce Manufacturing legal head Gauri Gandhi
Godrej Boyce Manufacturing legal head Gauri Gandhi

He reports to Godrej & Boyce Manufacturing Company head of legal Gauri Gandhi, (pictured) as well as to construction business head, Anup Mathew, and the company’s executive director Nyrika Holkar.

Kolekar specialises in real estate transactions, succession and trusts work, and litigation in real estate and succession laws.

We have reached out to Rajani Associates for comment.

Update 19:22: Rajani Associates commented: “Amit Kolekar did discuss with us his proposal to join Godrej before he joined them, and we wish Amit all the best in his career move.”

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