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(Cyril) Amarchand to pick up second senior Kochhar Delhi partner, many-headed Manishi Pathak

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, according to sources with knowledge of the move.

Pathak did not respond to an email seeking comment since last week.

According to Kochhar’s website, he is a senior partner in Kochhar’s corporate practice, co-chairs the employment practice, heads the regulatory practice and is in charge of the South East Asia practice, across corporate, M&A, private equity and employment law.

He is a 1992 Rohilkhand University law graduate and also holds an MSc.

We have reached out to Shroff and Kochhar managing partner Rohit Kochhar for comment.

Legally India reported that Kochhar partner Harry Chawla would also join Cyril Shroff once the new firm opens.

Team (Cyril) Amarchand Mangaldas (Delhi) Team (Shardul) Amarchand Manganldas (Mumbai)

AZB Delhi partner Ritika Rathi
Clasis IP head Ashwin Sapra
MNK Law Offices partners Gyanendra Kumar, Anuradha Mukherjee and Srinivas Kilambi

Citi consultant Gokul Rajan & Jones Day associate Nikhil Naredia
Kochhar & Co partner Harry Chawla

Gnarus Partners founder Rishi Anand
Khaitan associate partner Harsh Kumar

Raghuram Raju (ex-Dua Associates partner, ex-GC of Religare)
Luthra & Luthra partner Piyush Mishra
Khaitan & Co Delhi partner Gauri Rasgotra; and
Economic Laws Practice (ELP) partner Kirat Singh Nagra
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Khaitan associate partner Abhishek Sinha
Dudhat Pereira & Associates founder and former Udwadia Udeshi partner Radhika Pereira.
Khaitan associate partner Iqbal Khan
Khaitan & Co associate partner Deepto Roy
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