Baker Mckenzie

Lalwani replaces Jacobs as Baker Macs India head

Ashok LalwaniBaker & McKenzie’s global India practice will be headed by the firm’s Singapore partner of 10 years Ashok K Lalwani effective this month, after David Jacobs, who was the India practice head since 2005, retired as the firm’s partner. Lalwani was already heading the firm’s Asia Pacific and US securities practice.

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JSA snares S’pore Baker Macs SA Siddharth Wahi as of counsel

siddharth Wahi JSAsiddharth Wahi JSAFormer Baker & McKenzie Singapore senior associate Siddharth Wahi joined J Sagar Associates (JSA) Gurgaon as an of counsel to advise on energy and infrastructure projects.

Khaitan, Dua, Bakers on $250m nuclear ECB

Khaitan & Co advised public sector undertaking Nuclear Power Corporation of India (NPCIL) in its external commercial borrowing (ECB) of Rs 1,343 crore ($250m) from State Bank of India, Singapore which was advised by Baker & McKenzie Wong & Leow and Dua Associates.

BakerMacs Thailand SA Rupinder Malik joins JSA as partner

ThailandThailand Former Baker & McKenzie Thailand senior associate Rupinder Malik has joined J Sagar Associates (JSA) as a retained partner in Gurgaon on 1 February 2012.

Ashurst laterals bag Stephenson Harwood $3.7bn Abbott-Piramal buy alongside Crawford, Luthra

pills-by-blmurchpills-by-blmurchCrawford Bayley, Luthra & Luthra and Baker & McKenzie and Stephenson Harwood have advised on the $3.7bn takeover of Piramal Healthcare by US pharma major Abbott Laboratories.

Luthra, Thakker handle Indian leg of €5bn Abbott-Solvay global takeover

pills-by-blmurchpills-by-blmurchLuthra & Luthra has advised Abbott Laboratories in its 20 per cent open offer of the Indian subsidiary of Solvay Pharmaceuticals as part of the €5.2bn global acquisition of the Belgium-based pharma company.

Rio Tinto saves $1m legal fees with India outsourcing

mining_thumbmining_thumbAnglo-Australian mining company Rio Tinto has outsourced part of its legal work to 12 qualified Delhi lawyers, which has already saved the company $1m (Rs 5 crore) in little more than a month.

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