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JurisCorp very recent corporate hire Aninda Pal, to join HSA (under new management)

Pal, moving swiftly on
Pal, moving swiftly on

Aninda Pal, who had joined Juris Corp in November 2015, has left and will join HSA Advocates.

Pal, who had been a counsel at Trilegal before moving to Juris Corp, will be joining HSA as a partner focusing on mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, corporate restructuring, private equity, venture capital and general corporate, according to a source with knowledge of the move.

We have reached out for comment to HSA, which has recently seen Khaitan & Co's Amitabh Sharma take over the managing partner role from founder Hemant Sahai.

Juris Corp, which sent out a press release about Pal leaving, included a quote from the firm's co-founder H Jayesh: "We wish Aninda Pal well in his new role."

Pal commented in the release: "It has been a short, though enriching, stint at Juris Corp and have decided to move on for other opportunities. Juris Corp consists of strong and talented professionals and I wish the firm all the best in its strategic growth initiatives."

Juris Corp stated in its release that:

Juris Corp has seen steady growth in the recent past due to the strategic growth initiatives we have undertaken at our firm. As part of our strategy, we are expanding our practices which will be led by our Partners. The Corporate Commercial team in specific, of which Aninda Pal was a part of, continues to grow under the leadership of two young Partners along with recently on boarded Debanjan Banerjee in Bengaluru and me overall, Jayesh added.

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