Litigation Powerhouse Common Law Chambers Merges with King Stubb and Kasiva (KSK), Strengthening KSK’s Dispute Resolution Capabilities

Posted On - 13 March, 2024 • By - King Stubb & Kasiva

In a strategic maneuver that underscores a commitment to enhanced legal services, Litigation Boutique Firm Common Law Chambers has merged with King Stubb and Kasiva (KSK), catapulting the collaborative entity into a formidable force within the legal landscape. This merger significantly fortifies KSK’s position in dispute resolution while expanding its comprehensive legal offerings.

With offices spanning across eight cities including New Delhi, Bangalore, Mumbai, Chennai, Hyderabad, Kochi, Pune, and Mangalore, King Stubb and Kasiva has emerged as a leading full-service law firm. With a robust team of over 200 lawyers, KSK provides comprehensive legal assistance across various practice areas such as dispute resolution, corporate mergers and acquisitions, real estate, labour and employment, competition law, technology, data privacy, regulatory compliance, intellectual property, and energy.

The integration of Common Law Chambers into this legal powerhouse represents a significant milestone, enhancing capabilities not just in dispute resolution but across a spectrum of practice areas. Spearheaded by Mrs. Sunayana Basu Mallik, the founder of Common Law Chambers, the addition of her team to KSK’s Bangalore office brings a wealth of experience in litigation to reinforce KSK’s litigation and arbitration practice.

Jidesh Kumar, Managing Partner, King Stubb and Kasiva, welcomed Sunayana and her team, expressing excitement at the prospect of fortifying the firm’s dispute resolution practice. This union, he noted, “not only strengthens their commitment to excellence but also extends an all-India reach to Sunayana’s valued clients. Sunayana’s addition is viewed as a significant boon, enhancing the firm’s world-class dispute resolution capabilities in India.”

Sunayana expressed her excitement and deep drive to join a full-service law firm with a national footprint, aligning with the vision of delivering high-quality services across India. “We share a common goal of providing top-notch service embedded in research and practical insights,” said Sunayana.

This merger between Common Law Chambers and King Stubb and Kasiva underscores a shared commitment to providing holistic legal solutions, further solidifying KSK’s position as a go-to firm for diverse legal needs.