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CAM’s Delhi comp, TMT partner Rahul Goel joins IndusLaw to oversee comp disputes, director Anu Monga as partner

Goel, Monga ramp up Indus’ competition, trade, TMT offering
Goel, Monga ramp up Indus’ competition, trade, TMT offering

Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas Delhi competition and technology, media and telecoms partner Rahul Goel, whom we had reported in January to have resigned with his team, will be joining IndusLaw.

His team includes CAM director Anu Monga, who had been promoted into the position at CAM in 2017, and will be joining Indus as partner responsible for competition law and trade.

Goel will be responsible for competition disputes and TMT at Indus and will join with his team of four, we have reliably confirmed.

We have reached out to Indus and Goel for comment.

When we had first reported his departure in January, CAM managing partner Cyril Shroff had wished him well, adding that he would be on a three-month notice period.

Goel is a Delhi University and University of Essex graduate graduate, who had made partner at Seth Dua & Associates in 2009, followed by a move to Dhir & Dhir in 2013 and a move to CAM in 2015.

Update 17:45: IndusLaw Delhi-based partner Avimukt Dar said: “We have been doing a lot of competition advisory and merger control work. We also have a significant TMT practice.”

“Rahul and Anu will enhance our competition practice by increasing our representation on behavioural, enforcement and disputes matters,” he explained. “They will also bring a new dimension of international trade law to our firm, as well as boosting our overall regulatory offerings.”

He confirmed that their team from CAM would be joining them after taking leave.

“They are passionate people to work with and will help us serve our clients better,” he added.

The addition increases IndusLaw’s headcounts to 31 partners.

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