Kapur, Chandy re-elected as JSA joint managing partners


Amit Kapur and Vivek Chandy are re-elected joint managing partners of JSA for another three-year term.

The firm reconstituted its executive committee with Kapur, Dina Wadia, Rupinder Malik, Varghese Thomas and Chandy as the members. Malik and Thomas have replaced Amar Gupta and Upendra Sharma, the outgoing executive committee members.

Amit Kapur
Amit Kapur

Kapur, Thomas and Chandy work in disputes practice, Wadia focuses on finance matters, while Malik manages corporate practice.

Kapur, based in New Delhi, has been handling infrastructure regulatory practice since 1997. He covers dispute resolution, public procurement, public-private partnerships in power and energy sector transactions, climate change and sustainable development, transport, communications, municipal infrastructure, and social developmental projects.

Mumbai-based Wadia deals in investment funds, financial services, mergers and cross border investments and acquisitions. She advises Indian and multinational banks, NBFCs, financial institutions, development financial institutions, debt funds, sovereign funds and corporate borrowers on finance related transactions. She also leads the debt-capital markets practice of the firm.

Vivek Chandy

Chandy, who hails from Bengaluru, excels in areas of private equity, mergers and acquisitions, corporate commercial matters, real estate advisory in India, and is a qualified adviser on international commercial arbitrations.

Malik focuses on corporate, M&A/PE and white-collar crime investigations. Based in Gurugram, she advises clients on cross-border investments, joint ventures, strategic alliances, restructurings, employment, data protection, and regulatory issues.

Mumbai-based Thomas pursues matters related to insolvency and bankruptcy code and debt recovery proceedings. Experienced in commercial dispute resolution, he advises clients in arbitration and court cases related to shareholder disputes, commercial contracts, concession agreements supply, sale contracts and engineering contracts, private trusts and estate planning, and exchange and securities-related regulations.