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DSK bumps projects partners to 4 with Link Legal’s Dinesh Pardasani + team in Delhi

Dinesh Pardasani joins DSK from Link Legal
Dinesh Pardasani joins DSK from Link Legal

DSK Legal has hired Link Legal India Law Services Delhi-based projects partner Dinesh Pardasani with a team of three.

His team includes senior associate Shantanu Singh and associates Aishwary Kumar Tiwari and Kanupriya Mehndiratta, and he is the fourth projects partner at DSK, alongside projects partners Anuja Tiwari, Ajay Shaw and Anjan Dasgupta.

Pardasani specialises in projects, particularly in railways (where he had advised on five out of six PPP-model metro rail projects in India, according to a DSK statement), as well as in the sectors of water, waste management, renewable energy, industrial corridors, and smart cities.

He also does some projects arbitration and general litigation, according to DSK.

DSK managing partner Anand Desai commented: “We are delighted to have Dinesh and his team join us. We have been building a very strong projects practice over the last couple of years, and this team’s experience in projects arbitration and litigation will add significantly to this practice.”

Pardasani added in the press release: “DSK is one of the market leaders in dispute resolution, and a well-known name in projects, being the practices, I primarily focus on. With DSK’ s experience, I am confident we will be able to serve clients better, including in these difficult times. I, along with my team, look forward to a long-lasting relationship.”

Link Legal managing partner Atul Sharma commented: “We recognise Dinesh’s contribution and wish him all the best.”

DSK Legal now has a total of 21 partners including the new hire.

Dinesh Pardasani Work history From: Aug 2011: Partner, Link Legal (New Delhi Area) Jun 2006 - Jun 2011: Counsel, Trilegal
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