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Link Legal hires two more lateral partners from Argus and DMD

Two more laterals, Harish Kumar, Shubha Karra
Two more laterals, Harish Kumar, Shubha Karra

Link Legal India Law Services has hired two lateral partners, with Harish Kumar joining from DMD Advocates (formerly known as Dutt Menon & Dunnmorrsett), and Shubha Karra joining from Argus Partners.

Kumar was a principal associate at DMD, focusing on corporate and commercial laws, including corporate restructuring, M&A, funds raising and corporate governance. He has a 2001 University of Delhi Bachelor of Commerce, is a qualified company secretary since 2004, and holds a Delhi University LLB from 2009.

He began his career in 2001 at Singhania & Co, followed by stints in-house at Shiv-Vani Oil & Gas Exploration and the Jaypee Group until 2011, when he joined Amarchand Mangaldas until 2015, when he moved to DMD.

Karra, a 2006 Nalsar Hyderabad graduate, had been promoted to non-equity partner at Argus in March of this year, and specialises in private equity, M&A, corporate and project finance.

Karra began her career at Luthra & Luthra, followed by Amarchand in 2007, Wipro in 2009, and Argus in 2012.

In a joint statement from Link Legal India Law Services, managing partner Atul Sharma, and corporate head Anand Srivastava, said that the “firm has rapidly scaled up its Corporate Commercial vertical nationally with the addition of Bhumesh and Vikas recently and now Harish. Shubha’s addition at Mumbai will help us increase support to our Mumbai clients”.

Argus managing partner Krishnava Dutt commented: “I do wish her well in her new assignment.”

We have reached out to DMD for comment.

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