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AZB Delhi hires K Law lateral Abhishek Shinde as partner

Shinde joins AZB Delhi from K Law Shinde joins AZB Delhi from K Law

K Law partner Abhishek Shinde has joined AZB & Partners as a corporate partner in Delhi, reported Bar & Bench.

He is a 2005 NLSIU Bangalore graduate who had joined K Law in 2016 with Atish Kumar Vatts, his co-founding partner of start-up Citius Law Partners.

We have reached out to K Law for comment.

Shinde began his career at Trilegal, moved to Amarchand Mangaldas in 2007 for one year, followed by J Sagar Associates (JSA) between 2009 and 2014, and six months at Ranbaxy until January 2015, setting up Citius in January 2016.

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Like +0 Object -0 slowdancer 10 Oct 17, 19:26
congratulations grand move..muah
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Like +5 Object -1 SmartAlec 10 Oct 17, 21:56
What a champ! Started his own firm to become a partner and then ditched his own firm to join a mid tier firm and then a top tier firm. Smart chap!
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Like +1 Object -2 Book Keeper 11 Oct 17, 12:42
What is size of his bill book? Anyone?
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Like +2 Object -3 For real 10 Oct 17, 22:19
Six job changes in 11 years !! Also just six months in Ranbaxy.
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Like +8 Object -2 Haha 10 Oct 17, 23:18  interesting
And one month at Dutt Menon with rashi dhir! What a guy.
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Like +0 Object -0 Dattu Fadkar 11 Oct 17, 12:41
when was it?
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Like +16 Object -2 @Nainamma 11 Oct 17, 11:41  interesting  top rated
All 5 partner left after senior partner joined K Law Delhi office in 2016.
Milind Jha – back to Link Legal as AP
Nidhi Pathania – back to Link Legal as AP
Atish Vatts – In House
Abhishek Shinde – now Partner, AZB
Arun Kumar – now Partner, Indus Law

whats going on Nainamma ….. no partner left in Delhi i guess?
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Like +2 Object -2 TC 11 Oct 17, 16:01
Nilesh is there!
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Like +16 Object -0 survivor 11 Oct 17, 18:29  interesting  top rated
good luck need it to face the Senior Partner..
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Like +0 Object -0 Guest 12 Oct 17, 09:16
Nilesh will take over the projects and finance practice. Next MP
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Like +13 Object -0 @Pradeepa 11 Oct 17, 17:24  interesting  top rated
Nainamma.. pls pick some more good partners..make a grand statement on LI & B&B and then make them also go away after 6 months. In those 6 months we will meet all the clients of those partners and try and take them away from those partners.
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Like +4 Object -0 SpotOn 11 Oct 17, 18:50
You seem like to know their SOP quite well. Must have done time there as a Partner at Claw. Err, I meant KLaw.
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Like +3 Object -0 @Nainamma and @pradeep 11 Oct 17, 18:46
More to add to the list:
Ajay Sawhney
Gautam Srinivas
Anuragh Dwivedi
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Like +0 Object -1 Lexpert 09 Nov 17, 00:49
K Law is truly a 'quicksand'. I do not know how they have so many mandates considering that they are unable to retain mid to senior-level lawyers.. The only explanation I can give is a 'honeytrap' BD strategy, strong PR skills and cut-throat rates.. I just wish lawyers and clients alike, see the duplicity inherent to this law firm!
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Like +0 Object -0 Lexpert 09 Nov 17, 00:52
Where is Atish Vatts gone?
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