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AZB boosts Delhi’s indirect tax partnership with senior IRS officer KP Singh

Lalit Bhasin, SILF’s staunchest liberalisation opponent, suggests 5-7 year roadmap for foreign law firm entry

Lalit Bhasin: Lalit Bhasin has written in a Business Standard column that he was now in favour of allowing the phased entry of foreign law firms…

AZB partner Nandish Vyas to join Abhijit Joshi start-up in New Year

AZB boosts Mumbai M&A with Rishi Gautam joining as partner from Clifford Chance, Amazon

Rishi Gautam: Returns after 8 yearsFormer Clifford Chance senior associate Rishi Gautam will join AZB & Partners in Mumbai as a corporate partner in January.

HSA promotes one to partner, one to AP

HSA Advocates has promoted infrastructure, energy and corporate M&A associate partner Avirup Nag into its partnership.

Infrastructure and finance lawyer Nilesh Chandra was elevated to associate partner level, according to a press release from the firm, which stated that the firm now has 17 partners and associate partners and 70 lawyers in Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata.

AZB abandons beloved Express Towers home for ‘spectacular’ new Parel office (will last firm in SoBo please turn off the lights?)

Express Towers AZB & Partners Mumbai office, except for the litigation team, will be moving from its South-Mumbai Express Towers office into Lower Parel by next year.

Shroff vs Shroff decrypted & uploaded: 2 opposing sides, 4 key questions, 4 fascinating documents

Two sides It might lead to the break-up of India’s largest law firm, but Shroff vs Shroff doesn’t have to be complicated. We’ve distilled it for you and shared the court documents.

Lakshmikumaran creates first HR head role from E&Y as chief people officer, hires BMR partner

Anirban DasLakshmikumaran & Sridharan has hired former BMR Legal partner Raghavendra Rao as an executive director to head its direct tax practice.

Shipping head Harsh Pratap quits; Clasis starts Mumbai from scratch; Aneja only co-founder left

Harsh PratapClasis Law Mumbai partner and shipping and international trade head Harsh Pratap has left the firm, shortly after the exit of four other partners of the firm in Mumbai and London, including three co-founding partners.

Mumbai source: Post ‘black Tuesday’ Amarchand break-up now most likely outcome after Zia, Birla, Parekh failed mediation before

amarchand-delbom The dispute between Amarchand Mangaldas brothers would most likely result in a split of the firm into two separate entities, said an authoritative source with close knowledge of the Mumbai side of the dispute.

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