Shravan Yammanur joins Dentons Link Legal as Partner in Dispute Resolution practice

Yammanur will be working out of the Firm's Delhi office.
Shravan Yammanur joins Dentons Link Legal as Partner in Dispute Resolution practice

Shravan Yammanur has joined Dentons Link Legal as a Partner in Dispute Resolution practice at the firm's Delhi office.

Yammanur is a 2014 graduate of the National University of Advanced Legal Studies, Kochi.

With nearly 10 years of experience, Yammanur specializes in International Arbitration, Public International Law, Trade Law, Public Policy and Litigation.

He was a member of India’s negotiating team for Investment Treaties and Investment Chapters of Free Trade Agreements and has been an advisor to the Ministry of Commerce & Industry on Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) Policy/ Foreign Exchange Management Act (FEMA) issues. Yammanur is also an Advocate-on-Record of the Supreme Court of India.  

Prior to joining Dentons Link Legal, Yammanur worked with P&A Law Offices, and in the Government of India at the Ministry of Commerce & Industry and the Ministry of Finance. He has also worked at the Chambers of Rajiv Dutta, Senior Advocate and Arbitrator.  

Welcoming Shravan to the firm, Atul Sharma, Executive Chairman stated, 

“Shravan’s addition to the firm will be of great value for all our stakeholders, internal and external.”

Managing Partner, Nusrat Hassan said, 

“We are looking forward to working with Shravan to continue expanding the scope and capabilities of the practice area.

Anand Srivastava, Managing Partner commented, 

“We are delighted to welcome Shravan to the firm, his experience will be invaluable in providing strategic and business advice to Firm's clients.”

On his appointment, Shravan Yammanur himself said,

I am excited to be a part of Dentons Link Legal and looking forward to further strengthening the firm’s Disputes and Public Policy practice.”  

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