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Zeus managing partner Rohit Tandon leaves to start T&T: ‘2015 will be great’, aims for Dubai, Chandigarh

Rohit Tandon: Carpe diem, 2015 will be a "great year"
Rohit Tandon: Carpe diem, 2015 will be a "great year"

Zeus Law Associates founder Rohit Tandon has left the law firm with two Zeus lawyers to start up T&T Law, as Zeus will be managed by Tandon’s brother-in-law Sunil Tyagi and partner Vivek Kohli.

The nine-year old firm’s former managing partner Tandon said: “I had founded Zeus. Subsequently these two gentlemen joined in. We had grown enough so it was time to move on. It has been extremely amicable and [T&T] has been on the cards for pretty long.”

He said he would continue advising on matters at Zeus which were being handled by him “over the next one or two years”. “Some projects require our joint help. Clients come first,” he commented.

T&T was incorporated on 18 February and began operations in April with a team of four lawyers besides Tandon, including principal associate Namrata Wadhawan and senior associates Sayanhya Roy and Varun Tandon.

The firm has offices in Delhi’s Greater Kailash I area and Gurgaon and plans to open up offices in Dubai and Chandigarh next.

The firm focuses on corporate law, Tandon’s “core strength” real estate, and litigation, with clients in the manufacturing, real estate and hospitality sector, he said.

“[Our growth strategy] is to go full steam. [The economy] has already hit rock bottom and is already on the way up. That is also the reason for the timing of [starting up T&T]. 2015 is going to be a great year,” he noted.

Zeus partners Tyagi and Kohli did not respond to an email seeking comment.

Zeus had expanded in 2010 with a second Delhi branch office and an office in Gurgaon.

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