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ELP associate partner Tomu Francis joins Khaitan as partner

Khaitan ramps up cap markets, corporate with ELP’s Tomu FrancisKhaitan ramps up cap markets, corporate with ELP’s Tomu Francis

Economic Laws Practice (ELP) associate partner Tomu Francis has joined Khaitan & Co as partner in Mumbai.

Francis led ELP’s capital markets practice working on both litigation and corporate mandates, according to his Linkedin profile.

An AIL Mohali 2007 alumnus, Francis joined Rajani Associates in 2009 until 2013 when he joined ELP as senior associate. He was re-designated as of counsel in May 2017 and was promoted to associate partner in May this year.

We have reached out to Khaitan and ELP for comment.

Update 14:19: Khaitan HR director Amar Sinhji commented: “The Firm has had a gap / scope for growth as far as litigation and related advisory matters in the capital markets & securities practice are concerned. Tomu will specifically be responsible for these areas and help build the practice accordingly.”

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