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"She [Parikh] termed the conduct of Nirav Modi as treacherous and reprehensible and mentioned that their firm may initiate legal proceedings at an appropriate time for his (Nirav Modi) improper conduct."
No matter how.interesting or well paid the work of this team, I think nost people will run away from it.
Approachable, reasonable, and kind. Great mentor to have.
Maybe time that they shifted priorities from Timely and Intapp to timely empathy and being nice.
Do you even know what the word means?
RB is also a recognised name in the industry now for tax work.
He is the star amongst most of the associate.
He is extremely thorough with the provisions of the Act and regulations as if these are on his fingertips. A protege sort of a person.
From corporate side, I really like sayak but sadly he chose to move away.
1. Majority of reviews are by juniors who hardly have any idea about corporate law - let's face it, however smart and rockstar you were back in college, this job requires something more than that. So, effectively for every partner, there will be both positive and negative reviews (or may be likes or dislikes).
2. A general nature about the partner is relevant - toxic ones, but those are few and are present in almost every law firm. Rest all partners behave depending upon situations. So, a nicest partner will shout at you, if you do something stupid or make yourself irrelevant.
3. Lastly, (this comment will definitely be the most disliked one) as an associate and senior associate, don't even think about work like balance, if you want to really do well in this field. Everyone has slogged for years to reach at the partnership level. If you want work like balance, please apply for sarkari naukri.
No-nonsense but very supportive, backs her team.
But in a nutshell, the intent behind moderation is reflected in the placeholder text before you leave a comment, which (vague though they admittedly are) we try to use as the fundamental basis for (admittedly imperfect) moderation decisions:
To the uninitiated: when joining a law firm, do your due diligence. If a team always has vacancies, chances are, the person at the helm is toxic or permits/enables toxicity. And yes, HR lie. Of course, beggars can't be choosers, so if you're not exactly someone with options, you may have to take what you get, assuming that's what you want.
Hands down the best 🥺😁