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Indus’ partner Sandeep Grover, SAM’s Aditya Nayyar start lit boutique Ortis

Indus’ Sandeep Grover, SAM’s Aditya Nayyar start disputes outfit
Indus’ Sandeep Grover, SAM’s Aditya Nayyar start disputes outfit

IndusLaw Delhi disputes partner Sandeep Grover has left the firm and started dispute resolution firm Ortis Law Offices with Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas principal associate designate Aditya Nayyar as co-founding partner.

Besides the 2 partners, Ortis Law Offices also includes four colleagues from Grover’s IndusLaw team, making a total headcount of 6 fee-earners.

The firm specialises in contentious matters in the Supreme Court, high courts across India, as well as IPR litigations.

Grover - a 2005 Vivekananda Law School, GGSIPU graduate - had started his legal career at JK Seth & Co for a one-year stint before joining Luthra & Luthra, as it then was, until 2014. He then moved to Amarchand for two years, before joining Indus as a partner in 2017.

Nayyar is a 2012 Amity Law School graduate, who had begun his career at erstwhile Amarchand Mangaldas, intersecting with Grover’s two years at the firm.

Ortis was set up early this month.

Grover declined to comment when contacted.

IndusLaw commented: “He left us a couple of weeks ago to start on his own and we wish him well.”

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