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HSA bulks up regulatory: Sterlite Power in-houser Apoorva Misra joins as partner + AP Shreshth Sharma from Jindal, Nitish Gupta from DSK

L to R: Sharma, Misra and Gupta give boost to HSA regulatory practiceL to R: Sharma, Misra and Gupta give boost to HSA regulatory practice

HSA Advocates has added former Sterlite Power Grid Ventures in house counsel Apoorva Misra as partner in Delhi in the regulatory policy and disputes practice.

The firm has also added former Jindal Steel and Power in house counsel Shreshth Sharma and former DSK Legal principle associate Nitish Gupta as associate partners in the regulatory, policy and disputes practice.

Misra has over 17 years of experience in Regulatory & Policy, with a focus on regulatory disputes in the power sector, oil & gas projects, mining and environment, according to HSA’s press release.

Sharma has has over 15 years of experience in handling disputes, with a focus on civil and regulatory litigation. He has significant experience in advising on and handling a diverse range of policy, regulatory and contractual disputes.

Gupta has over 9 years of experience in regulatory litigation, dispute resolution, service laws and public law remedies with a focus on electricity, commercial arbitration, issues pertaining to interpretation of commercial contracts, intellectual property rights, contract and service laws. Gupta regularly appears before diverse electricity regulatory commissions, APTEL, high courts and the Supreme Court.

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Like +10 Object -0 Humari Mange Puri Karo 01 Nov 18, 18:00  interesting
Humare increment aur bonus kidhar hai?

Kab do-ge? Do-ge?
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Like +1 Object -0 In Your Dreams 01 Nov 18, 18:22
When you leave. The story continues...
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Like +3 Object -0 ghanta 01 Nov 18, 20:12
ghanta milega
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Like +1 Object -0 Guest 02 Nov 18, 09:39
Pehle Tissue Paper Box Tau Mang
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Like +6 Object -0 Really 02 Nov 18, 11:05  interesting
Has HSA stopped giving tissue paper box(es) to attorneys? Are attorneys supposed to carry their own tissue paper box or there is a cap on the number of boxes one can use. Who keeps a tab - Jayamon? Is this incorporated in the Firm's policy?
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Like +2 Object -1 Management J 01 Nov 18, 19:49
Kam karo, phal ka aash mat karo
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Like +19 Object -0 Guest 01 Nov 18, 21:11  interesting  top rated
Hire new partners every two years. Negotiate hard push them to join at salary lower than their current salary. Give them carrot of future bonuses. First Year obviously they are not entitled ....Second year don't declare till March. Partner leaves ...then repeat. Life is good... Firm is growing great.
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Like +19 Object -0 Nirmal Bara 01 Nov 18, 22:08  interesting  top rated
Art of Managing Firm

Do lateral hiring...push them to accept lower fixed salaries....promise them huge bonuses. After 1 year tell them ...sorry u r not eligible. After 2 years tell them ....we r calculating variable portion. It is taking time will pay before expiry of 3 years. Meanwhile Person will be frustrated and leave. No problem hire somebody else...At least Firm made the money. Cheers
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Like +6 Object -0 Guest 02 Nov 18, 11:06  interesting 2nd year start abusing the lawyers left right and centre. Drill into their heads that they are good for nothing and are overpaid. They will leave but if they continue they will not ask for bonuses. So firm will have the money to boost up its practices every year.
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