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Indus poaches Anupam Prasad & team from RDA

Indus grows to 16 partners and 90 associates...
Indus grows to 16 partners and 90 associates...

IndusLaw has hired RDA Legal corporate partner and Mumbai office head Anupam Prasad as a corporate partner.

He will join with his team members Anindita Ganguly and Trupti Katale.

He is a 2006 NUJS Kolkata graduate who began his career at Nishith Desai Associates, followed by three years at Khaitan & Co between 2010 and 2013, and the last two years at RDA Legal.

Prasad and Ganguly had recently acted for Naveneet Education in an investment round, we had reported , with Indus adding in its press release that his:

practice area spans across advising Indian and Foreign clients on acquisitions, joint ventures, private equity investments, financing, India entry strategy, media & entertainment advisory, private client practice and general commercial law advisory under Indian laws

Ganguly and Katale have both joined as Mumbai associates; the former in corporate, and the latter in litigation.

Indus co-founding partner Suneeth Katarki commented in a press release: "His enthusiasm along withhis can do attitude is something that will definitely benefit the firm generally and the team in Mumbai in particular."

The firm now has 16 partners and 90 associates in four offices (Bangalore, Delhi, Hyderabad and Mumbai), according to its release.

We have reached out to RDA managing partner Rohit Das for comment.

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