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Post-Raghavan taking the black, IndusLaw promotes P Chinnappa as Bangalore lit partner

Indus continues betting on Bangalore litigation with Chinnappa after senior partner leaves
Indus continues betting on Bangalore litigation with Chinnappa after senior partner leaves

IndusLaw has promoted Palecanda M Chinnappa to partner in its litigation & dispute resolution department in Bangalore, following Tuesday’s reported departure of V Srinivasa Raghavan to senior counsel-dom.

The promotion of the 2007 graduate of Bangalore University’s MS Ramaiah College of Law, re-grows IndusLaw’s number of litigation partners in Bangalore to 3 (out of a total of 5 lit partners nationally).

Chinnappa specialises in private and corporate clients, particularly in the banking space.

He practises before the Supreme Court, the Karnataka high court, the civil and criminal trial courts at Bengaluru, the Debt Recovery Appellate Tribunal, the Debt Recovery Tribunal, the National Company Law Tribunal, the Consumer Disputes Redressal Agencies, and others.

Before joining Indus, he had previously worked at Crawford Bayley & Co.

Senior partner Suneeth Katarki commented in a press release: “It is always a pleasure to see an associate progress to a partner in the firm. More so, when that person is generally regarded by all as one of the nicest persons around.

“His promotion is only a recognition of his progression as a lawyer. We wish him continued success in the profession.”

Chinnappa added: “I am grateful for this opportunity, and honoured by the trust placed in me. I look forward to this new role.”

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