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K Law

K Law, formerly known as Krishnamurthy and Co, is an Indian law firm.
24 May 2016

Ratnam returns to private practiceInfrastructure Leasing and Financial Services (ILFS) group general counsel Pradeep Ratnam will be joining K Law as senior partner in Delhi.

24 May 2016

Ajay Sawhney, outgoing project finance partner at K Law, having joined from Link Legal a year earlier, will join Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas in Delhi by 1 June.

23 May 2016

K Law partner Ajay Sawhney, who had joined only a year ago from Link Legal, is leaving the firm

15 April 2015

SawhneyLink Legal partners Ajay Sawhney and Gautham Srinivas and their team of associates will be joining Krishnamurthy and Co with their team, according to three authoritative sources.

23 March 2015

New promos at K LawKrishnamurthy & Co (K Law) has promoted five associate partners to partners, effective from 1 April, doubling the number of partners at the firm to 10.

07 March 2015

wcug12jeJ Sagar Associates (JSA) advised Reliance Infra on its Rs 819 crore ($130m) acquisition of 18 per cent stake in Pipavav Defence and Offshore Engineering which was advised by K Law and Crawford Bayley.

02 June 2014

Gaurav SKrishnamurthy & Co (K Law) has promoted Gaurav Shrawat in Mumbai to associate partner in its corporate practice.

03 March 2014

eBayJ Sagar Associates (JSA) Bangalore has bagged the mandate for global e-auction giant eBay, which took a $133.7m stake in Indian online marketplace Snapdeal, advised by IndusLaw.

08 May 2013

London callingKrishnamurthy & Co hopes to attract more UK and European clients from London.

12 February 2013

K Law has hired Anisha Patnaik, who was formerly a director at seed stage investment fund First Light Accelerator as a partner in Mumbai in its funds practice, according to legal website Bar & Bench.

She was previously legal counsel at Acumen Fund, before which she was the first female lawyer to have been promoted at Thakker & Thakker to salaried partnership, as reported by Legally India in 2009.

Thakker & Thakker closed in 2010, with its founder Bijesh Thakker wanting to focus on philanthropic projects.

Khaitan & Co had picked up a number of lawyers from firm after it closed.

12 September 2012

imageWhen miners, car importers, cricket team owning media houses and tobacco producers marched to the referees, the advisors won. Here’s presenting firsts in CCI orders, the post-Bhatia International field, errant Deccan Chargers’ owners and more…

03 September 2012

imageJSA, HSA, Khaitan, Dua and Amarchand eat, pray, love Sushi, drugs, classifieds and the markets...

11 April 2012

imageFourteen law firms kept busy in a sideways economy with 14 deals in corporate, private equity and banking and finance. Find out what the industry has been up to.

13 March 2012

K Law and Linklaters have advised Reliance Industries on its Rs 22bn ($450m) joint venture with Russian petro company Sibur, which was advised by Khaitan & Co and Herbert Smith, as Legally India had earlier reported.

28 April 2011

K Law and Vaish Associates have advised on the Rs 100 crore ($22.5m) pre-IPO private equity investment by Avigo into Super Religare Laboratories.

26 August 2010

Delhi-ambassadorKrishnamurthy and Co, which is branded as K Law, has opened up a new Delhi office and moved into a larger Mumbai office, as well as setting up an expansion path in Chennai and commencing construction on a larger Bangalore office.

01 July 2010

Diversity-Sikkim-classThe law ministry, law firms Krishnamurthy and Co, Trilegal and Wadia Ghandy, CLAT coaching institute IMS and law schools NLSIU Bangalore and NUALS Cochin have pledged financial or other support for NUJS Kolkata professor Shamnad Basheer's project to increase diversity in the legal profession, which visits poorer rural secondary school students to train and encourage them to apply to top law schools.

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