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Wadia Ghandy partner, homegrown solicitor advocate Kingshuk Banerjee to join Khaitan to beef up disputes in Mumbai

Wadia’s Kingshuk Banerjee to provide Mumbai disputes clout for KCo
Wadia’s Kingshuk Banerjee to provide Mumbai disputes clout for KCo

Wadia Ghandy Mumbai partner and litigator Kingshuk Banerjee is set to join Khaitan & Co as partner, as part of a larger plan at the firm to scale up its disputes practice.

Banerjee is a 2009 GLC Mumbai graduate with a 2011 Bombay solicitors’ qualification.

He had been at Wadia Ghandy since 2007, and has a team of four associates working with him full-time.

Khaitan executive director Amar Sinhji confirmed his joining “shortly”, and said: “His induction is part of a larger plan to scale up the practice in Mumbai. He brings with him a wealth of experience that fits in perfectly with our expansion plans.”

Banerjee has declined to comment.

Sinhji added: “The firm has always followed a model of steady organic growth. This has ensured that the growth does not in any way dilute our core values centred around fairness, integrity & diligence, as also the camaraderie and mutual respect amongst us, that we value & nurture.”

We have reached out to Wadia Ghandy for comment.

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