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DLF senior VP legal Himanshu Goswami starts up Treya Legal

DLF in-houser Goswami starts law firm
DLF in-houser Goswami starts law firm

Himanshu Goswami, the former senior vice president legal at India’s largest commercial real estate developer DLF Commercial Developers, has started up litigation and transaction law firm Treya Legal in Gurgaon, Chandigarh and Bangalore.

A Delhi University 1996 LLB alumnus, Goswami had headed the legal function of DLF’s Rs 35,000 crore-generating development arm from March 2016 until March 2018.

Since he has left, his new firm Treya Legal has been on retainer for the company until his successor has taken over as its senior VP Legal, Goswami told us.

Before DLF, Goswami was also VP Legal at Aricent and at WNS Global Services, and had a stint in-house at Microsoft. He had a six-year stint with private practice in Delhi toward the beginning of his legal career.

At Treya, with a team of seven lawyers across three cities he focuses on civil and commercial litigation, M&A and inbound and outbound investment, splitting between clients in the real estate and the information technology sectors. He said his real estate clients are based primarily in Haryana while IT clients are primarily from Bangalore.

Treya has offices in Gurgaon and Chandigarh and is in the process of moving from a co-working space in Bangalore to an office space in the city.

“Why I chose Chandigarh [to open an office in] is because for anything that is located in Gurgaon and requires high court intervention it by default ends up in the high court at Chandigarh. And also there is dearth of lawyers both in Gurgaon as well as Chandigarh,” he commented.

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