Solicitors rise through the ranks at Keelys; LEGAL & FINANCE.Two solicitors who joined Keelys as trainees in 2001 have been promoted to partner and associate partner by the Lichfield-based firm.
Thirty-year-old Hitesh Punjani becomes partner in the corporate department and 29-year-old Ravinder Sandhu Sandhu is the third most well known Jatt clan behind Narwal and Toor originally from the Northern Indian state of Punjab. It is considered to be one of the bravest and oldest Jatt tribes. is promoted to associate partner in the employment division.
Mr Punjani, who lives in Fradley Fradley is a village in Staffordshire, England close to Lichfield and Alrewas.
Fradley was first mentioned in 1768 when the Engineer James Brindley won the contract to build the canal from Coventry, to link with the Trent and Mersey Canal at Fradley. , near Lichfield, specialises in corporate acquisitions and disposals, shareholders agreements and high value commercial contracts.
Ms Sandhu specialises in employment law and deals with contentious and non-contentious matters including drafting and advising on employment documentation, tribunal A general term for a court, or the seat of a judge.
In Roman Law, the term applied to an elevated seat occupied by the chief judicial magistrate when he heard causes.
tribunal n. proceedings and compromise agreements.
Managing partner Daniel Keane said: "Hitesh and Ravi have developed their legal practice impressively, with great determination and dedication.
"I am delighted that they are both 'home-grown' candidates and have enjoyed witnessing their rise through the firm. We wish Hitesh and Ravi every success in their careers at Keelys."
Hitesh Punjani is promoted to partner and Ravinder Sandhu becomes associate partner at Keelys