Partner | Dispute Resolution
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- LL.M. (Intellectual Property and Artificial Intelligence), Jindal Global Law School, O. P. Jindal Global University, Sonipat (2022)
- B.A., LL.B., (Hons.), School of Law, Christ (Deemed to be University), Bangalore (2013)
Tamarra Sequeira is a Partner in the Dispute Resolution practice group in the Bengaluru office. Tamarra specialises in civil and commercial litigation and appears before the High Court of Karnataka, Civil Courts at Bengaluru, and various statutory authorities and Tribunals. Tamarra has advised multinational and domestic corporations, banks, individuals, proprietary concerns and firms on a variety of legal issues dealing with contract law, arbitration law, company law, property law, labour law, family law, agricultural marketing laws, laws relating to negotiable instruments, etc. Tamarra also advises on project finance transactions and transactions involving large-scale corporate leases.
- Karnataka State Bar Council
Tamarra Sequeira has represented and advised the following clients
Hardcastle Restaurants Private Limited on disputes relating to alleged liabilities towards Value Added Tax in Karnataka.
HSBC on disputes relating to account holders, employee related issues and advising on issues relating to lending to REITs.
L&W Constructions Private Limited on disputes with their vendors including but not limited to obtaining stay orders to prevent invocation of the Client’s Bank Guarantees.
NL Energy, a wing of the Government of Netherlands, on winding up proceedings against a Bengaluru based entity MPPL Renewable Energy Private Limited.
Qualcomm India Private Limited on disputes with the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike relating to construction of office units and in respect of property tax.
Rolls Royce Operations India Private Limited on a dispute with the Provident Fund Department in respect of wrongful attachment of bank accounts and levy of penalty for alleged non-remittance of the agreed provident fund contribution.
Toyota Industries Engine Private Limited, Taegutec India and Saify Industries on wrongfully issued notices for payment of Environment Compensation.