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HSA expands in Bangalore with Atman Law Partners managing partner Chinmay Mirji

Chinmay Mirji joins HSA
Chinmay Mirji joins HSA

HSA Advocates has expanded further in Bangalore by absorbing local firm Atman Law Partners, adding four new lawyers including partner Chinmay Mirji.

Atman managing partner Mirji had co-founded the firm in 2009 as a Bangalore-Chennai firm with partner and NLSIU Bangalore 2000 alumnus Vivek Durai based in Chennai.

A Bangalore University 2005 alumnus, Mirji has had stints in-house at Infosys and as an independent litigating counsel before founding Atman. His focus areas include civil litigation and real estate corporate work, according to HSA’s press release.

Mirji commented in the press release: “I am excited about merging my practice and team with HSA as this provides me a robust platform and support from the team of extremely talented and passionate partners in HSA, that will undoubtedly enable me to grow my practice in multiple new dimensions.”

HSA founder Hemant Sahai commented: “Chinmay and his colleagues add an important dimension to our practice, not just in Bengaluru, but nationally and especially in Southern India.

“HSA cultivates an environment that encourages and rewards leadership, and we look forward to supporting and helping Chinmay to leverage on and synergistically grow his demonstrated entrepreneurial successes, within the HSA structure.”

HSA first opened in Bangalore in 2016, as we had reported.

Durai had left Atman in December 2012 and has founded two start ups since then. He first founded start-up dealmaking platform TermSheet, and in November 2017 started business intelligence start-up Paper.vc.

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