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ELP restocks competition practice with Luthra’s Ravisekhar Nair

Nair: Filling Gandhi's shoes at ELP
Nair: Filling Gandhi's shoes at ELP
Luthra & Luthra managing associate Ravisekhar Nair has replenished the ranks of Economic Laws Practice (ELP) competition team as an associate partner, after partner Samir Gandhi left ELP last month.

Nair had been at Luthra for seven years and had graduated from NLIU Bhopal in 2005, also completing a 2007 LLM in international trade and dispute resolution at the University of Queensland in Australia.

He specialises on competition investigations and inquiries before the CCI, according to a press release from ELP.

ELP partner Suhail Nathani said in the press release that the practice of competition law required lawyers who were “equally at ease appearing before the regulatory authorities, the appellate bodies and advising clients out of that experience”.

Luthra & Luthra said that as a policy the firm did not comment on the entry or exit of junior lawyers.

Last month ELP restructured its partnership to double the size of its equity partnership while promoting eight associate partners to the non-equity partnership.

Samir Gandhi was formerly ELP’s most senior competition law partner until he joined AZB & Partners in Delhi as the firm’s first full-time competition law partner.

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