Expanding abroad and 11+ other things Shardul Shroff plans to do with Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas [via Mint]
Shardul Shroff, the former co-managing partner of Amarchand Mangaldas Suresh A. Shroff & Co, is upbeat about his new firm Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas, which was launched on Sunday (10 May) and opened doors in a new city, Mumbai, on Monday (11 May).
Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas has poached DuaAssociates litigation partners Neeraj Sharma, Alok Tiwari and Seshagiri Vadlamani, and former Clasis energy partner Jay Cheema for its Delhi office, reported Bar & Bench and according to an authoritative Legally India source.
Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas will integrate a so-called 360-degree feedback mechanism into the appraisals, and therefore the remuneration of all partners and associates, managing partner Cyril Shroff told Legally India in an interview last week when talking about the management structures of his new firm.
In-depth interview: Can Cyril Shroff’s half of Amarchand fix & eclipse what was broken? [via Mint, extended edition]
Shroff has ambitious plans for life and work after the bitter family feud that broke up India's largest law firm, reports Kian Ganz in today’s Mint.
Shardul Shroff, speaking for the first time to media since November 2014, had lined up a string of interviews yesterday with the mainstream media (MSM) and trade press, on the day of formally announcing the launch of his new firm to media and several days after his brother Cyril completed his round of interviews with the press.
Shardul Shroff exec chair in new firm: No merger, Bangalore in a month, Mumbai kicks off today with 100 lawyer target by year-end [UPDATE-2]
Shardul Shroff will start in Bangalore in the next month with between five or six partners aiming for a headcount of 30 to 35 fee-earners, while in Mumbai organic expansion through lateral hires would continue to grow to up to 100 lawyers by year-end.
Cyril Amarchand confirms: 2 Mumbai partners & Cyril, Vandana move to Delhi where 17 senior hires done, dozen in oven
Cyril Shroff, who will launch his take on Amarchand Mangaldas today with new partnership Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas, has confirmed the lateral hires made so far and partner moves to Delhi, while revealing that he planned to spend around half his time in Delhi in the first 12 months of the office.
Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas started today with new logo & cupcakes, as brothers migrate Amarchand.com [UPDATE-1: BRAND EXPLAINED]
Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas, the Amarchand Mangaldas Delhi-headquartered breakaway by former co-managing partner Shardul Shroff, has launched today (Sunday 10 May) unveiling a new logo that was shared with associates on cupcakes
MSM reports end of Amarchand but how exactly CAM-SAM will (and won't) compete remains slightly mysterious
Bombay high court advocate Ameya Gokhale, currently in the chambers of Pradeep Sancheti, is due to join the new Mumbai office of Amarchand Mangaldas Delhi managing partner Shardul Shroff as a partner, reported the Economic Times.
Gokhale left Khaitan & Co as a principal associate in August 2013, having joined in 2008 from an LLM at George Washington University Law School and two years at Amarchand where began his career after graduating from NLSIU Bangalore in 2005.
The end of an era (live & summarised): Amarchand Mangaldas split now official [CYRIL AFFIDAVIT & PRESS RELEASE]
- Category: Law firms
- Published on Wed, 6 May '15, 13:48
- Written by Bapu Deedwania & Kian Ganz
The largest Indian law firm break-up ever is now official, after the Bombay high court today blessed the arbitral award arrived at after nearly six months of mediation between Amarchand Mangaldas Suresh A Shroff & Co managing partners and brothers, Cyril and Shardul Shroff.
The mediation between Amarchand Mangaldas co-managing partners and brothers Cyril and Shardul Shroff has completed today, with the Bombay high court to hear tomorrow at 11am that they have agreed to split the firm in two, according to two authoritative sources.
Dhir & Dhir partner Raghul Goel with his team is to join the upcoming Delhi office of Amarchand Mangaldas Mumbai managing partner Cyril Shroff, according to two authoritative sources.
Verus Advocates has promoted disputes partner Charles De Souza to its partnership, as one of its senior partners Jay Parikh has left the firm.
The end of mediation between Amarchand Mangaldas managing partners Cyril and Shardul Shroff has been postponed to at least 5 May, according to sources, though it could yet take till 7 May or longer.
Kochhar & Co senior partner Manishi Pathak is due to join the post Amarchand Mangaldas-break-up Delhi office of Amarchand Mumbai region managing partner Cyril Shroff.
AZB & Partners former Delhi partner Ritika Rathi will join the soon-to-be-started Delhi firm of Amarchand Mumbai managing partner Cyril Shroff.
What’s different in India’s top 40 law firm ranking in 7 years? And how would (Cyril) & (Shardul) Amarchand rank independently? [via Mint]
If all you care about are the top spots, not much has changed in the rankings of the 40 leading corporate Indian law firms that London-based RSG Consulting has produced since 2008.
RSG law firm top 40 ranking sees Big Six continue ruling roost with S&R, ELP, D&D, TTA; Bharuchas, Dua most improved…
RSG Consulting’s 2015 ranking of India’s top 40 law firms has seen no change in the six largest Indian firms since 2013, with Amarchand Mangaldas continuing to top the rankings, followed by Khaitan & Co and AZB & Partners tied in second place.
Amarchand Mangaldas Mumbai-region managing partner Cyril Shroff is due to acquire MNK Law Offices in Delhi, except for partner Probal Bhaduri who is reliably understood by Legally India to be joining a large accounting firm.