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JSA salaried partner Sujoy Bhatia joins Chandhiok & Mahajan to head up corp in ‘very different post Covid world’

Sujoy Bhatia joins Chandhiok to dynamically assist clients
Sujoy Bhatia joins Chandhiok to dynamically assist clients

J Sagar Associates (JSA) retained partner Sujoy Bhatia has moved to Chandhiok & Mahajan as a partner and to head up its corporate practice, as first reported by Bar & Bench.

Bhatia confirmed his joining, and commented: “C&M has, in the past 12 months, hired several experienced attorneys across practice areas and offices.

“I look forward to working with each of them and my exceptional partners to further strengthen C&M’s commitment to quality. In these uncertain times, our clients will demand that we respond to dynamic situations with well-considered and innovative advise.

“The post Covid world will look very different and our clients will expect nothing less.”

Chandhiok & Mahajan’s corporate practice now has three partners, including Bhatia - Pooja Mahajan and Kaushalya Venkataraman - as well as seven associates across offices.

The firm had rebranded in 2018 from Chandhiok & Associates to Chandhiok & Mahajan, while expanding its partnership.

He is the third salaried partner reported this week to have left JSA:

We have reached out to JSA for comment.

Sujoy Bhatia Work history From: Apr 2020 : Partner and Head, Corporate , Chandhiok & Mahajan, Advocates and SolicitorsFull-time ( New Delhi ) May 2011 - Apr 2020 : Partner , J. Sagar Associates Jan 2008 - Apr 2011 : Associate , Ashurst Sep 2005 - Oct 2007 : Associate , P&A Law Offices Education 1987 - 1999 : D.P.S. R.K. Puram , Senior Secondary , Science with Biology 1999 - 2004 : Amity Law School , LLB , Law 2004 - 2005 : University College London , LLM , Law
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