Singh partner joins Juris Corp

Published by India Business Law Journal
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Neeraj Dubey, formerly a partner at Singh & Associates, has joined Juris Corp as a partner at its Bengaluru office. With more than 17 years of experience, Dubey specialises in contract drafting, reviewing and negotiations, IT law, intellectual property rights, ethics and compliance, employment and labour, environment, health and safety, and litigation management.

Neeraj Dubey

His industry focus is food and pharmaceuticals, automotive, manufacturing, technology, e-commerce, banking, advertising, aviation defence and travel.

“I really liked the culture and partners I interacted with [at Juris Corp],” said Dubey on his decision to change firms, adding that the transparency in approach, work culture, a youthful and energetic team, and respect for work-life balance were other factors that drew him to the law firm.

Dubey’s previous role as partner at ​​Singh & Associates, and at Lakshmikumaran & Sridharan, better prepared him to handle a team and manage clients independently. “The way my contacts approached me for legal assistance and my ability to engage them helped me prepare more for a leadership role where it could be seamless to not only lead a team but also to manage the office,” said Dubey.

“Although the new role is challenging yet interesting, I look forward to not only supporting the existing practices but expanding the client base in new areas of law and industries as well.”

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