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Indus boosts Delhi disputes with JSA partner Mayank Mishra (NLIU ‘04)

Mayank Mishra joins Indus from JSA
Mayank Mishra joins Indus from JSA

IndusLaw has hired Mayank Mishra as a disputes partner from J Sagar Associates (JSA) Delhi.

Mishra specialises in corporate and commercial litigation.

The 2004 NLIU Bhopal graduate had been at JSA since 2005 and was a salaried partner there. We have reached out to JSA for comment.

According to IndusLaw’s press release, he has particular experience in shareholder disputes, such as minority and protection actions, as well as contract enforcement, insolvency and disputes relating to other corporate transactions.

He has also done white collar crime and environmental law, and has “frequently” appeared before the National Company Law Tribunal, Appellate Tribunal, National Green Tribunal, high courts and the Supreme Court, as well as in commercial arbitrations in and outside India.

Indus co-founding partner Avimukt Dar commented: “Mayank adds depth and expertise which will significantly enhance our disputes practice.

“His induction will provide impetus to the firm’s international arbitration practice as well as our overall disputes practice, which now has 5 partners in Delhi and 11 partners all India representing clients across a wide spectrum of commercial and regulatory disputes.”

Mishra said in the release: “I thank the Indus Law partnership for reposing trust in me for reinforcing the disputes practice at Delhi.

“I look forward to work with the litigation team and other partners in growing the firm’s disputes practice.”

We have reached out to IndusLaw for comment.


now has a total of 45 partners and 180 lawyers across its four offices.

Mayank Mishra Work history From: Nov 2005 : Partner , J. Sagar Associates ( New Delhi Area ) Education 1999 - 2004 : National Law Institute University , Bachelor of Laws (LLB) , Law
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