Kartikey Mahajan has been named as a partner at Khaitan & Co’s Singapore office dispute resolution practice.
With a decade of experience, he specialises in cross-border and multijurisdictional disputes, with specific focus on commercial and investment treaty arbitration. He has also advised clients on white-collar, fraud and corruption issues, and as well as on internal and regulatory investigations.
“In my new role, I will be focusing on international investment treaty, international commercial arbitration and white-collar crime matters for Khaitan & Co’s clients,” Mahajan told India Business Law Journal. “I will be collaborating with other dispute resolution partners of the firm based in various offices in India, as well as international law firms, to provide the best quality service to our clients.”
Mahajan is qualified to practice law in India, England, Wales and in New York. Prior to his appointment, he was a counsel at Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas & Co, and was previously also associated with King & Spalding and Kirkland & Ellis in London, and Clifford Chance in Singapore.
“We strongly believe that [Mahajan’s] addition will help expand and strengthen the firm’s capabilities in the dispute resolution practice in Singapore,” said Amar Sinhji, executive director, human resources at Khaitan & Co.