July 13, 2018

Ketan Mukhija moves from SREI to P&A law offices


Anand Pathak led law firm P&A Law Offices has engaged SREI Infrastructure Finance Senior Vice President Ketan Mukhija as Corporate Partner in Delhi. The firm, hereby, strengthens its corporate practice with Ketan as the 4th corporate partner at the firm and Amit Mishra being its fifth partner.

Ketan, who graduated in 2007 from the National Academy of Legal Studies and Research University, had begun his career with P&A Law Offices and moved on to working with Herbert Smith in 2008. He re-joined P&A Law Offices in 2009 and served there for about four years.

He has also worked for Vaish Associates, Advocates. Nonetheless, it can be said that he is returning back to his home territory.

Reportedly, Mukhija will try to “maintain due continuity” with the Kanoria Group, which promotes SREI, from the P&A Law Offices.

In an interview, Mukhija said that he believed that everything worth achieving in life can be reached only through hard work and diligent effort, and that great things are possible if necessary steps are taken and no stone is left unturned.

He has attended and also contributed as a Speaker at many corporate events held by Legal Era Magazine.

Legal Era Magazine has recently featured a full-page cover story on Anand Pathak and P&A Law Offices in the July Issue of the magazine. To know more about the firm, read here.

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