Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas managing partner Pallavi Shroff is set to join India's largest e-payments brand Paytm as a director, reported Business World.

PSL has two new partners - Amity Delhi 2012 alumni Angad Sandhu and Soayib Qureshi, taking its partnership size to seven partners.

The Indian capital markets have a new international king, at least going by law firms and volumes of initial public offerings (IPO), and it’s Sidley Austin, in a league table dominated by a completely new list of firm names after a swathe of some big-name partner moves in the past years.

JSA has promoted four to its partnership. Press release below, story to be updated.

Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas (SAM) real estate partner Avnish Sharma is to join Khaitan & Co next month, boosting its real estate practice in Delhi that it’s long been looking to fill.

DSK Legal has hired former Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas director Padmini Rathore as its chief executive officer (CEO), in tandem to introducing a lot of internal changes targeting internal growth and a Bangalore office.

Khaitan & Co has filed more IPO drafts than any other firm in 2017 just ahead of Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas, in a market where downward pricing pressures have made it tough across the board.

Symbiosis Pune 2009 alumnus Utpal Kant and RMLNLU Lucknow 2011 alumnus Prashant Kanha started up corporate and litigation firm Sequitur in Noida this month, and helped Pune based backpacking hospitality platform Backpacker Panda raise $1.4m.

Five Indian lawyers have made it into a top 15 list of partners across Asia, ranked by the number of deals they completed in 2017 according to database mergermarket, with two Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas partners making what nearly literally translates to a list of hardest working corporate partners in Asia.

Luthra & Luthra managing associate Abhishek Singh has joined K Law in Delhi as partner in its litigation practice.

Leading investment and financial services firm, Jupiter Capital has recently completed the acquisition of up to 33 lakh shares amounting to nearly 66% of BSE-listed non-banking financial company TRC Financial Services, by way of an open offer to the shareholders and contractual arrangements for an aggregate transaction value of Rs 5.92 crores (around $924,000). The offer price of the fully paid shares of TRC Financial Services was quoted at Rs 18 per share.

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