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Cyril Amarchand hires Shardul Akila team PA Mukul Sharma (NLS 08) as corporate partner

Mukul Sharma moves from SAM to CAM
Mukul Sharma moves from SAM to CAM

Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas (CAM) has hired Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas principal associate Mukul Sharma as a corporate partner in its Delhi office, according to CAM’s press release.

He specialises in general corporate, mergers & acquisitions, commercial law, securities law and corporate advisory, having advised clients in sectors including broadcasting, hospitality, real estate and e-commerce on matters relating to SEBI regulations, foreign exchange laws and company law issues, according to CAM.

The 2008 NLSIU Bangalore graduate, had begun his career at AZB & Partners in Mumbai, moving to its Delhi office in 2010.

In 2011, he joined what was then Amarchand Mangaldas in Delhi, transitioning to Shardul Amarchand after the Delhi-Mumbai split of the firm.

CAM managing partner Cyril Shroff said in the release: “We welcome Mukul to the firm and are confident that he will add to the corporate offering at the Delhi office.”

Sharma said: “I am very excited to join the Delhi office of Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas. It is a privilege to become a part of this institution.”

Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas has been ramping up its Delhi corporate practice lately, with partner Himanshu Narayan to return from Dua, and partner Akila Aggarwal due to join from Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas in August.

Sharma was part of Aggarwal’s team in Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas.

However, Delhi corporate partner Nivedita Tiwari has left in April for Shardul Amarchand, while de facto Delhi head and disputes partner Percy Billimoria is to become an independent counsel.

Update 16:26: Shardul Amarchand declined to comment when contacted.

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