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K Law hires 2nd projects lateral partner, with CAM sr associate Sharad Joshi

Sharad Joshi moves back to Mumbai with K Law
Sharad Joshi moves back to Mumbai with K Law

K Law has hired Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas Delhi senior associate Sharad Joshi as an associate partner in Mumbai.

He specialises in project finance and infrastructure work and, according to his Linked-in profile, “construction contracts, drafting of various financing and security documents, master restructuring agreements, take-out finance related documents, bid documents (including concession agreements), tax effective EPC contracts, privately placed debenture transactions & acquisitions”.

Joshi has a 2006 LLB and a 2003 Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Mumbai, as well as an LLM in intellectual property from the same university.

He began his career in 2006 at Link Legal India Law Services, as it is now called, then joined Gammon Infrastructure Projects as a legal manager until 2012, moved to Clasis Law until 2015 and joined Tata Realty and Infrastructure for a brief five-month stint, before moving to Cyril Amarchand in August 2015.

Managing partner Naina Krishnamurthy commented: “His expertise in projects and project finance will complement our very strong infrastructure practice.

“With Pradeep Ratnam heading the practice group from Delhi and Sharad’s induction in Mumbai, our infrastructure practice will further strengthen pan India.”

Ratnam had joined in May 2016 from ILFS, where he was group general counsel (GC).

Last month K Law also hired Citius Law Partners co-founders Abhishek Shinde and Atish Kumar Vatts.

However, its capital markets partner Gautham Srinivas left a short while before that to Khaitan & Co.

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