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DSK promotes 9 partners, APs • Ravi Prakash, Nand Kishore go closely independent • To announce increments post bonuses

New DSK Legal partners and associate partners
New DSK Legal partners and associate partners

DSK Legal has promoted four associate partners to partner and five fee-earners to associate partner level.

DSK also said in its statement that partners Ravi Prakash and Nand Kishore had resigned to start independent counsel practices, but would “look forward to continuing to maintain a close working relationship with the firm”.

Managing partner Anand Desai commented: “As others who have left to chart their own paths we wish them well, and will always be there to support them.”

DSK Legal now has a total of 35 partners, of whom 21 are partners and 14 are associate or salaried partners.

The former associate partners who have now been promoted to partners are:

  • Samir Malik
  • Saloni Mody,
  • Kartik Yadav
  • Ankit Jain (as partner-strategic client relationships).

The new associate partners are:

  • Nakul Batra
  • Mitali Naik
  • Jayesh Kothari
  • Rimali Batra, and
  • Abhishek Singh Baghel

Desai said about the promotions and about the firm’s 20 year anniversary this year: “It has been a very satisfying journey. We have been fortunate in being entrusted with critically important client assignments, and having enjoyed the trust and confidence of clients over many years, for which we are extremely grateful.

“We are proud of having adhered to our values, and enabled our colleagues to grow into excellent professionals. We look forward to many more years of supporting our clients and our people, and continuing to attract the variety of work that is entrusted to us. We also look forward to our newly appointed leaders adding further to our growth story.”

DSK said in its statement it had announced bonuses for fee-earners and would be “announcing increments and levelwise promotions shortly”.

To be updated.

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