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2 Cyril Amarchand Delhi partners, Kirat Singh Nagra, Rishi Anand, resign at same time, with 3 months’ notice

Nagra and Anand to leave CAMNagra and Anand to leave CAM

Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas (CAM) Delhi partners Kirat Singh Nagra and Rishi Anand have resigned from the firm last week, according to authoritative sources.

Both Nagra and Anand had stints with the erstwhile Amarchand Mangaldas and had moved on to other firms before making their way to CAM in 2015.

Nagra had left Amarchand after 11 years in 2013 to join Economic Laws Practice (ELP) Delhi as partner.

A Symbiosis Pune 2007 alumnus Anand had left Amarchand Delhi in 2012 to start up Gnarus Partners.

Nagra and Anand declined to comment.

CAM managing partner Cyril Shroff commented: “They will be serving their three month notice and moving on. We wish them well in their future.”

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