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Saraf and Partners

Saraf and Partners has moved to a new, expansive office located in Embassy Square, Vasanth Nagar, Bengaluru, effective February 29, 2024. This significant relocation highlights the firm’s ambitious plans to strengthen its presence in Bengaluru and support its growing team.

The grand opening of the new premises was celebrated with traditional fervor, featuring a ribbon-cutting ceremony led by the firm’s Senior Partners. The festivities began with a Ganesh Pooja, continued with a Guruji’s Satsang, and concluded with a luncheon. This momentous event was attended by the firm’s Management Committee, along with all Bengaluru-based counsel and staff, marking a new chapter in the firm’s history.

“The transition to our new Bengaluru office is not just a change of location; it’s a leap towards our commitment to growth, excellence, and enhancing our service to clients. This new space is designed to foster innovation and teamwork, providing an ideal environment for our team to thrive,” Mr. Saraf reflected on the move.

Following closely on the heels of the firm’s expansion into Hyderabad, this move is a testament to Saraf and Partners’ dynamic expansion and its enduring vision for the future.

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Now with a robust presence in Delhi NCR, Mumbai, Bengaluru, and Hyderabad, the firm has grown to include 38 partners and boasts a comprehensive strength of over 250. This growth cements Saraf and Partners’ position as a leading force in the Indian legal sector, ready to face the challenges and opportunities of the future.

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