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Breaking: What remains of Udwadia Udeshi & Argus to split in two

UUA: Cutting ties
UUA: Cutting ties

According to authoritative sources, Udwadia Udeshi & Argus (UUA), which was created in 2012 by merging young Kolkata-Amarchand breakaway Argus Law Partners and Bombay solicitors firm Udwadia & Udeshi, will separate into what remains of the two pre-merger legacy-firm by next month.

A partners’ meeting earlier this week evening resulted in the decision, which will see the erstwhile-Argus law firm demerge from the team under Darius Udwadia. An announcement has been made within the firm, but UUA managing partner Krishnava Dutt did not respond to calls and a message seeking comment.

Darius Udwadia could not be reached for comment by telephone but we have reached out for comment via email.

Udwadia & Udeshi co-founder, Dilip Udeshi, left the firm last year for Dhruve Liladhar & Company as a partner.

His departure was followed by the quitting of three other partners: litigation partner Amol Bavare joined Legasis Partners as a partner and litigation partner Mihir Kamdar joined Financial Technologies (India) as its head legal.

Argus co-founder Ramya Hariharan left the firm in September 2014, with other senior departures having hit the Delhi and Bangalore offices.

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