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Krishnayan Sen is a partner at Verus and heads the firm’s disputes practice. He has been a trusted adviser to a diverse range of clients, including international corporations, government undertakings, banks and statutory authorities. He is also an advocate-on-record at the Supreme Court of India and represents clients across different courts and tribunals.
His recent cases include representing United Bank of India against Kingfisher Airlines and Vijay Mallya; defending McDonald’s; advising Schlumberger in a public procurement tender; advising UBER in actions for defamation; representing Huntsman International in recovering its contractual claims; advising GE Healthcare in an arbitration involving a claim for personal damages; and, advising Kotak Mahindra Bank in defending secured creditor’s rights.
His principal areas of practice include international arbitration, corporate-commercial disputes and banking litigation. Krishnayan is fluent in English, Hindi and Bengali.
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