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IC Universal promotes 3 to partner post-merger, grows to 18

IC Universal Legal has promoted three to partner in its first promotion round after the merger of IC Legal and Universal Legal, also elevating 6 to principal associate and 9 to senior associate across its offices.

The new partners, taking its total tally to 18, are:

Mr. Puneet Shah - Puneet has been in the legal practice for over 11 years and is a member of the Firm’s Private Equity and Corporate Transactional Team. Before joining IC Universal Legal, he worked with J. Sagar Associates, ARA Law and Nishith Desai Associates at their Mumbai offices.

Mr. Souvik Roy - Souvik holds a Law Honours degree from West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences. Souvik specializes in advising on private equity and venture capital investments and M&As and has been with the Firm for over 5 years. Souvik worked for Verus in their Mumbai office prior to joining IC Universal Legal.

Mr. Yash Bansal - Yash holds a Law Honours degree from the NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad with specialization in corporate laws. His practice areas include investment funds, securities law and exchange control laws. Prior to joining IC Universal Legal, he worked with AZB & CAM at their Mumbai offices.

New principal associates

Mr. Umesha R. (Bengaluru)

Ms. Anu D’Rose Prabhu (Chennai)

Ms. Kavita Pancholi (Chennai)

Ms. Twinkle Dhamecha (Mumbai)

Mr. Nitesh Tiwari (Mumbai)

Mr. Sushreet Pattanayak (Mumbai)

New senior associates

Mr. Anil Kumar (Bengaluru)

Mr. Varun Tallam (Bengaluru)

Mr. Suman K S (Bengaluru)

Ms. Sneha Goenka (Bengaluru)

Ms. Kanishka Bajpai (Mumbai)

Ms. Dhruma Paronigar (Mumbai)

Ms. Ramya Kumar (Mumbai)

Mr. Bharat Jain (Mumbai)

Mr. Pratik Kothari (Mumbai)

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