about the firm
Ganesan and Manuraj Legal LLP (“GM Legal”) is an all services boutique law firm based in the heart of Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India providing innovative and bespoke legal solutions to its national and international clients.
GM Legal was founded by Muthupandi Ganesan (Barrister-at-Law (London) & Advocate) and Manuraj Shunmugasundaram (Advocate) to advise and represent individuals as well as businesses including multi-national companies with presence in diverse sectors.
GM Legal specializes in cross-border and cross-jurisdictional transactions as well on broad range of international disputes with significant expertise in the field of international arbitration, commercial litigation, bankruptcy, insolvency, restructuring and enforcement of foreign orders in India. GM Legal is unique in its approach to legal cases with particular emphasis on consideration of issues surrounding jurisdiction, forum shopping and international taxation.
GM Legal within India has significant experience in the Courts and Tribunals of India including in the Supreme Court of India, various High Courts, District Courts, Magistrates Courts, National Company Law Tribunal, National Consumer Appellate Tribunal and Prevention of Money Laundering Act Appellate Tribunals. GM Legal has particular experience and expertise in litigation and proceedings in the Madras High Court and in the Madruai Bench of the Madras High Court.
GM Legal has the benefit of experienced and dedicated team of lawyers and consultants, who are able to provide specialist advice and representation pan India. GM Legal currently has 2 Partners, 3 lawyers and over 10 consultants.
GM Legal prides itself on providing efficient and timely legal advise in an effective manner.
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