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JSA salaried partner Apoorva Misra joins power company as head of claims

Apoorva Misra to head in-house at a power companyApoorva Misra to head in-house at a power company

J Sagar Associates (JSA) regulatory disputes retained partner Apoorva Misra has resigned effective 30 June 2018 to join “India’s leading power transmission company” as head of claims management for its global infrastructure business, according to a press release from JSA.

A JSA spokesperson declined to confirm where he would join. If a reader knows where he is joining, please share this in the comments.

In the press release, Misra commented: “It has been more than a decade since I first joined JSA (August 2007). I have learnt a lot and have grown tremendously as a professional under the able guidance of my seniors and colleagues especially Mr. Amit Kapur. Now I am starting a new professional phase and I am sure my experience and learning at JSA will help me in my new role.”

The firm commented: “We were pleased to have him with us these past few years and are proud to have been a part of his growth as a professional. We wish him all the very best in the challenges ahead and look forward to continuing our association with him in his new role.”

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Like +41 Object -1 ANSAL PLAZA 11 Jun 18, 16:02  interesting  top rated
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Like +1 Object -2 Guest 11 Jun 18, 16:18
"If a reader knows where he is joining, please share this in the comments."

Won't it be better for LI to ask Mr. Misra directly? In case he declines to confirm, perhaps we should respect his privacy?
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Like +2 Object -1 Tea Coffee Vendor 11 Jun 18, 18:36
The question is reader of which court knows this fact which we do not!
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Like +5 Object -0 Missing you already 12 Jun 18, 13:33  interesting
Has to be Adani. where else?
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Like +0 Object -0 Kitchen worker 17 Jun 18, 17:07
Ek hi job market mein. Have to shift to guju land though
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Like +1 Object -0 tonuM 12 Jun 18, 15:54
i wish him best of luck!


Still RP
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Like +8 Object -0 Kaul Option 13 Jun 18, 09:59  interesting
Munni badnam hui....MALCOLM tere liye!!
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