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ALMT upgrades lit practice with Subhash Jadhav, 5th partner promo this year

Jadhav: Prefers Salve, Rohatgi & Co
Jadhav: Prefers Salve, Rohatgi & Co
Exclusive: ALMT Legal has elevated Mumbai litigation senior associate Subhash Jadhav to partner as four associates were promoted to senior associate level.

Jadhav specialises in litigation, working closely with ALMT partners Hitesh Jain and Sameer Tapia since joining the firm in February 2006.

“This guy helps me strengthen the entire criminal law practice,” enthused Jain. “It's a proud moment - somebody from the ranks who has worked hard and has made it to the partnership. He's worked with all senior counsel and they're the ones who always recommended it.”

With Jadhav, ALMT’s Mumbai litigation team now consists of four partners and around 18 associates, said Jain. “It’s a good size team compared to other firms. We work from smallest level court right up to highest.”

Jadhav began his career with Mahimtura & Co and Khaitan Jayakar after graduating from the GLC Mumbai three-year LLB in 2002 and completing a commerce undergraduate degree at Sydenham College of Commerce and Economics in Mumbai.

He said that around 40 per cent of his practice was high-stakes criminal litigation, with the rest made up of civil litigation, arbitration and disputes for individuals and companies.

“I get an opportunity in court to appear and argue in cases if the clients say, ‘I’m fine with Subhash’,” said Jadhav. He also spent at least three to four days per month in the Supreme Court, where he exclusively instructed senior advocates Harish Salve and Mukul Rohatgi.

In addition, four associates have been promoted to senior associate level: Alpesh Parekh in real estate, Deblina Gooptu in capital markets, Kaushik Sochannam in shipping, and Namrata Shroff in the corporate practice.

ALMT promoted four to partnership in February, and reopened offices in Delhi and London in August 2011.

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