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Vedanta

10 September 2019

Vedanta Delhi-based general counsel (GC) of its iron ore, steel and power verticals Jasmeet Wadehra has joined Visa in Mumbai as vice president legal for India and South Asia in July of this year.

26 August 2019

Vedanta Limited group general counsel (GC) Nitin Banerjee has resigned from the company last week, we understand from authoritative sources.

07 January 2019

Cairn Oil & Gas general counsel (GC) Nitin Banerjee was elevated to group general counsel at Vedanta Limited on 20 December, finally filling in the gap created by his predecessor Mukesh Bhavnani’s exit more than three years ago.

11 January 2018

Vedanta Resources head legal for power Jasmeet Wadehra is now also heading the Vedanta group's Sesa Goa unit, which includes four different verticals within the group.

28 August 2014

The Vedanta Group’s former general counsel Ajit Yadav has started up the law firm Lexaya Partners four months ago, reported Bar & Bench.

Lexaya Partners is a corporate and business law advisory firm according to his Linked-in profile, focusing on corporate law, power, infrastructure, ports, natural resources, indirect tax, IP and litigation.

Yadav was Vedanta GC between 2011 and March 2014, a Fox Mandal Little partner from 2010, preceded by 28 years in-house, as company secretary or executive director at Patni Computer Systems, PepsiCo India, Ranbaxy Laboratories and Hindustan Unilever, also having set up legal process outsourcing (LPO) business Lexaya Solutions in the last four years.

He told Bar & Bench that there was an acute shortage of business lawyers and he was looking to fill that gap, having started work with some corporates already and having five of counsel to handle litigation.

27 February 2012

mining Amarchand Mangaldas Delhi office has scooped the mandate to merge Vedanta’s Sterlite Industries unit with Sesa Goa to decrease the mining conglomerate’s debt.

14 May 2010
Dewey & LeBoeuf and Linklaters have respectively advised India's largest mining company Vedanta Resources in its agreement to acquire zinc assets from mining giant Anglo American for $1.34bn in order to make it the world's largest zinc producer and to create a sizeable presence in Europe and Africa.  
12 June 2009

dempo_thumbJ Sagar and Associates (JSA) and Luthra & Luthra have completed the Rs 1,750 crore ($368m) takeover of mining company Dempo Group by London-listed Vedanta Resources subsidiary Sesa Goa.

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