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Profile Id: 9909    15-May-2006
Title:   Lawyer
Name:   Y. SREENIVASA MUKHERJEE (Bachelor of Law)
Location:   Hyderabad - Andhra Pradesh - India
  • Administrative Law
  • Arbitration Law
  • Constitutional Law
  • Contract Law
  • Corporate Law
  • Criminal Law
  • Cyber Law
  • Employment Law
  • Family Law
  • Financial & Securities Law
  • Immigration Law
  • International Law
  • Litigation Law
  • Medical law
  • Real Estate Law
  • Tax Law
  • Other Law
  • Notary

Dear Patron ,

I prefer type of work - Full-Time Contract Basis. Expecting remuneration in terms of Hourly Basis of appx. Rs.Negotiable Per Hour.

My Skill - Specialised in Administrative Law, Arbitration Law, Constitutional Law, Contract Law, Criminal Law, Employment Law, Family Law, International Law etc..

My prefered location for assignment - Anywhere, Ahmedabad, Hyderabad

Jobs handled -

I like to deal with any type of challenging case and fees in not the criteria..
I give you few of the references as below:
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Challa Kodanda Ram & Associates.

I did many cases in the field of Writ Law and Criminal Law. I would like to mention a few cases that gave me recognition in A.P. High Court.

a. A batch of criminal cases were quashed/stayed by Hon’ ble A.P.High Court even though the offences were grave and serious in nature. The offences charged were under Sections 3 and 5 of the A.P. Protection of Depositors Acts and Sections 406, 420 and 477A of the Indian Penal Code. One of cases in the batch is reported in ALD Law Journal (H.Ramprasad Vs. State of A.P. 2005 (1) ALD Crl. 523 A.P.) I argued in those cases that Co-operative Banks do not come under the purview of the Act when the word ‘financial institution’ is interpreted in the light of Banking Regulation Act.

b. In another criminal case wherein offences were charged under Sections 7 and 13 of the Prevention of Corruption Act, I argued that the term ‘abuse of process of court’ is a dynamic one and embraces even irregularities committed by the prosecution as such the criminal proceedings initiated against the accused must be quashed. But the Hon’ble High Court dismissed the petition on other grounds.

c. Before Central Administrative Tribunal, Hyderabad Bench, I argued in one of the cases that when there is no specific rule governing payment of subsistence allowance during suspension period of an employee, the employer has to pay full salary. The Hon’ble Tribunal was pleased to allow the case on that ground.

d. Apart from the above, I have done many other cases before Civil Courts, Criminal Courts, State Commission and A.P.Administrative Tribunal. A mention about them would be beyond the scope of this CV.