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Jyothi obtained her law degree from the Bangalore University in the year 2007 and enrolled with the Karnataka Bar Council in August 2007.

Professional Career:

Jyothi started her career as a lawyer in the AZB Partners, Bangalore in 2007. She later worked as a Principal Consultant in J. Sagar Associates before she joined her family law practice.

She has an extensive experience of over 15 years as a corporate lawyer and comes from a family of lawyers. She is currently working with her family-run firm which is engaged in legal practice since 1976 and which has varied experience in conducting litigation before various fora, negotiating and drafting agreements for business operations and mergers & acquisitions.

She is assisted in litigation practice by a team of qualified and experienced lawyers, each with a minimum of 10 years of experience.

Key Experience:

  1. Conducted civil litigation in respect of property disputes, recovery of dues and other matters;

  2. Advised in succession planning and have drafted wills and set up trusts to manage assets;

  3. Drafting agreements related to business such as franchise agreements, distributorship agreements, shareholders agreements;

  4. Appearing before the Hon’ble High Court in writ matters against various government authorities.

  5. Appeared in matters before the Hon’ble High Court of Karnataka, Company, Law Board, National Company Law Tribunal relating to (i) mergers and acquisitions (ii) reduction of capital, (iii) oppression and mismanagement cases, (iv) setting aside strike-off of companies, (v) rectification of register of members, etc.;

  6. Appeared in matters before the National Company Law Tribunal in matters under the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code 2016 both for and against corporate debtors;

  7. Advised in respect of labour and employment law, drafting of employment related agreements and policies;

  8. Conducted legal proceedings before labour courts and before the High Court on matters related to employment issues;

  9. Conducted arbitration proceedings involving commercial and contractual issues.

  • Rajanna - 58 Years, I have transferred my property to my child and now he is not taking care of me properly. He also wants to sell the house. Can I take back my property? Do I have the right to live in that house till my death?
  • Natarajan - 63 Years, My son and daughter-in-law have applied for a divorce which has been granted. Now my DIL is not vacating the house saying that she has also contributed for the construction of the first floor spending around 12 Lakhs. She is demanding money with interest to vacate the house. What should I do?
  • Sanjay Babu - 62 Years, We have a house purchased by my father which has become an ancestral property. Now my son wants to sell the house and take the money but I don’t want to sell till my lifetime, what is the solution?
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