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L&L promotes 6 to partner, grows to 78 in total • Doubles office space in Mumbai

L&L internally announced partnership promotions
L&L internally announced partnership promotions

L&L Partners has promoted six to partner, of whom three are in the M&A corporate practice group, two in general corporate, and one in banking finance, according to an internal announcement.

The promotions are in the firm’s transactional entity (excluding litigation and tax, which are separate entities).

They take L&L Partners to a total headcount of 78 partners.

The new partners and their respective practice areas are:

  • Anshuman Mozumdar (2011 NLU Jodhpur; M&A, PE),
  • Harish Kumar (2009 Delhi University LLB, company secretary; general corporate & commercial),
  • Nipun Vaid (2008 NLSIU Bangalore; M&A, PE, corporate & commercial),
  • Purvi Dabbiru (2011 NUJS Kolkata; banking & finance),
  • Samarth Gupta (2011 NLU Jodhpur; M&A, corporate & commercial), and
  • Snigdhaneel Satpathy (2011 NLU Jodhpur; sgeneral corporate & commercial).

Furthermore, Vivek Pareek has also been promoted to partner designate level and Akshay Jain to managing associate.

The firm also promoted to senior associate the following: Aiswarja Mohanty, Devaditya Chakravarti, Itee Singhal, Puneeth Nagaraj, Tanaya Sanyal, and Tavleen Singh.

Update 11:26: Senior partner Mohit Saraf commented: “We are extremely delighted to welcome new partners in the firm. Last year, has indeed been a satisfying year for the firm as we supported the biggest deals in the market and improved on our operating margins.

As clients’ want more for less and as a firm we have been on a journey to improve efficiency, the results have been extremely gratifying. We are extremely enthusiastic about the future prospects and are in the process of taking additional office space in Mumbai and Delhi.”

Saraf added that the firm had taken additional office space in its Delhi office, and was “in the process of taking the entire floor” in its Mumbai office, more than doubling its existing space.

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