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Gaggar expands to 7 partners with 2 lateral, 2 homegrown promos (incl 2014 SLS-CAM alum Nitish Sharma)

Rebello, Mishra, Sharma, Dang join Gaggar partnership
Rebello, Mishra, Sharma, Dang join Gaggar partnership

Delhi firm Gaggar & Partners, formerly known as Gaggar & Associates, has promoted two to salaried partner and hired two into its salaried partnership laterally.

Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas associate and 2014 SLS Pune graduate Nitish Sharma joined as a partner in April.

Mithun Rebello has joined the firm from First Infraventures & First Element, where he was director legal and strategy, late last year, and has now been formally promoted to partner.

Earlier this month, the firm had also moved into a bigger office in Delhi’s Vasant Vihar neighbourhood.

New partners:

  • Mithun Rebello (ILS Pune 2003, gaming, technology, corporate)
  • Neha Mishra (Bharati Vidyapeeth New Law College Pune 2008, competition)
  • Nitish Sharma (SLS Pune 2014, competition)
  • Sumedha Dang (ILS Pune 2013, dispute resolution)

Gaggar & Partners now has 7 partners and a team of 27 fee-earners.

G&P has also recently moved to a new and bigger office at E-65, Vasant Marg, Vasant Vihar, Delhi with state-of-the-art infrastructure.

Managing partner Vaibhav Gaggar commented in a release: “Gaggar & Partners has been on a trajectory of steady, profitable growth for more than a decade, and we are committed to continuing that momentum.”

“Neha and Sumedha are our home-grown litigators,” he added. “The new partners of the firm reflects our commitment to continued investment and dedication in nurturing talent, increasing diversity and developing practice areas which are of critical importance to our clients.”

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