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Luthra promotes 2 to partner & introduces new pre-partner rung

Luthra & Luthra has promoted managing associates Anirban Bhattacharya and Lokesh Shah to its partnership in Delhi and Mumbai respectively, according to Bar & Bench.

Bhattacharya, specialising in white collar crime, company law, litigation and arbitration, had joined the firm in 2006 from Paras Kuhad Associates, having graduated from ILS Pune in 2004.

Shah works in direct tax and joined the firm in 2012 from BMR & Associates where he was a legal director. He had completed his chartered accountancy qualification in 2003 and a bachelor of commerce from MKS College Mumbai in 2002.

According to Bar & Bench four managing associates were also promoted to the newly-created “partner designate” rung, which the firm’s managing partner Rajiv Luthra described as a “partner in watch"; four managing associates became partner designates: Abdullah Hussain, Ashish Prasad, Koshy John and Vasudev Dibbur.

A total of 22 senior associates were promoted to managing associate level: Aditya Periwal, Ankush Mahajan, Aneek Bangabash, Divya Vig, Karan Mitroo, Mrigha Solanki, Pulkit Sharma, Ravi Dubey, Rohit Raghavan, Saurabh Tiwari, Shikhar Kacker, Siddharth Srivastava, Surya Bala, Tulika Sen, Yohan Balan, Shiv Sapra, Anant Garg, Chethana Deepak, Kanika Chaudhary Nayyar, Mumtaz Bhalla, K. Sumalatha Kanoj and Wasim Beg.

Bar & Bench reported that Abhiroop Lahiri, Ashish Pareek, Hina Doon, Reshma Vaidya, Neha Gulati, Anupam Kishore Sinha, Ashish Chandra, Cauveri Birbal and Kapil Madan were lifted to senior associate level.

At the beginning of this year, Luthra promoted two to its partnership.

A Luthra spokesperson did not respond to a request for comment since yesterday, as Rajiv Luthra and senior partner Mohit Saraf were not reachable for comment immediately.

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