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ELP rebuilds litigation post April poach with Amarchand PA Nagra + 9

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Amarchand Mangaldas Delhi principal associate Kirat Singh Nagra will replace former Economic Laws Practice (ELP) litigation head and partner Tarun Gulati who was poached with his team of one associate partner and 11 associates by PDS Legal in April. Nagra will join as partner in Delhi.

ELP has also relocated Mumbai senior associate Monish Panda to Delhi and hired four lawyers with between four and six years of experience and four associates to constitute a new litigation team of nine, to be headed by Nagra.

Nagra joined Amarchand in September 2002. He has handled litigation and arbitration matters in areas including tax, corporate, intellectual property, telecom, insurance, aerospace, anti-corruption laws, contracts, derivatives, real estate, banking and infrastructure, according to a statement from the firm.

Amarchand Delhi managing partner Shardul Shroff and partner Pallavi Shroff wished him all the best in life.

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Panda joined ELP Mumbai’s litigation team in 2011 after five years at Lakshmikumaran & Sridharan (LKS) Delhi. He primarily handles indirect tax.

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ELP also hired LKS principal associate of six years Tarun Jain, Fox Mandal Delhi associate of over a year

Pranav Vyas, AZB & Partners associate of three years Kartik Yadav, and Vaish Associates associate of three years Somnath Shukla.

The firm hired Kshitiz Karzee, Prithvi Kapur, Shankey Agrawal and Avneesh Arputham as associates.

ELP managing partner Rohan Shah commented in a press release: “We are delighted to have this quality team of litigators join our litigation practice in Delhi. This team with its excellent track record, and, antecedents, gives us strong capabilities across all areas of our litigation focus – tax, non-­‐tax and regulatory. We look forward to a continuation of the strong growth we have experienced over the past few years in our litigation practice.”

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