Rose Law Group adds Shruti Gurudanti

Rose Law Group is adding attorney Shruti Gurudanti to the firm’s Business and Corporate Transactions Department.

At RLG, Ms. Gurudanti will bring her perspective to legal issues corporate clients face and will accelerate the growth of the legal department, according to a press release.

Shruti Gurudanti (Submitted photo)

Ms. Gurudanti focuses her practice on corporate and transactional law, including mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, private equity and venture capital.

Most recently, Ms. Gurudanti worked as a member at the Phoenix office of Dentons. While there, she represented multinational corporate clients in the drafting of purchase and sale agreements, management agreements and franchise agreements.

Licensed to practice law in India as well as Arizona, Ms. Gurudanti holds a Bachelor of Arts Literally Legum Baccalaureus degree from the National Law Institute University in Bhopal, India, and a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Arizona’s James E. Rogers College of Law.

While practicing law in India at Khaitan and Co., she advised national and international clients on domestic and cross-border mergers and acquisitions, strategic and private equity investments, inbound and outbound foreign investment laws, and other general corporate law matters.

At the University of Arizona, she wrote for the Arizona Journal of International and Comparative Law and served as an extern to the Stephen M. McNamee, U.S. District Court for District of Arizona.

Ms. Gurudanti is also an entrepreneur. In 2018, she founded televëda, a health-tech company which aims to end isolation and loneliness among older adults, a release states.

The company delivers live and interactive virtual fitness classes specifically designed for adults over the age of 65 and is meant to promote an active lifestyle stimulating the body and brain.

With televëda, adults can connect with a community of friends and stay active anywhere and anytime. Her company has been invited to participate in SEED SPOT’s Impact Accelerator and Y Combinator’s Startup School.

“Shruti’s diverse career experiences are an asset in today’s legal market,” Rose Law Group Founder and President Jordan Rose said in a prepared statement.

“She has worked across the world with corporations of all sizes and her business acumen demonstrates that she knows what it takes to achieve sustained commercial success. I know that her keen insight will benefit both our firm and our clients tremendously and I look forward to her many contributions.”

Ms. Gurudanti said she is excited to join Rose Law Group.

“I look forward to helping the firm enhance its abilities to assist with larger and more complex commercial deals for our clients,” she said.

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