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Link Legal associate partner Rajdeep Choudhary joins HSA as partner

HSA builds projects with Rajdeep Choudhary
HSA builds projects with Rajdeep Choudhary

Former Link Legal India Law Services (LLILS) associate partner Rajdeep Choudhary has joined HSA Advocates as partner to strengthen its dispute resolution and management, projects and energy and infrastructure practices.

The Lancaster University 1999 alumnus had joined LLILS in January 2017 right after its merger with DH Law Associates.

Update: He worked at Barlow Lyde & Gilbert (since merged with Clyde and Co) from 2001 – 2002; at Shearman & Sterling from 2002 – 2005; at the high court at Calcutta between 2005 and 2010; Khaitan & Co from 2011 to 2013; at JSA between 2014 and 2016, and at Link Legal India Law Services from 2017 before joining HSA.

He advises EPC and O&M contractors and project stakeholders including owners, investors, lenders and off-takers on disputes arising in infrastructure, construction, mining and energy projects, and also represents clients before dispute adjudication boards, ad-hoc arbitrations, institutional arbitrations and the courts other than advising on project claims and dispute management, according to HSA’s press release.

He also holds a 2000 LLM from the University College London (UCL), and qualified as a barrister in London, and is a member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators.

HSA founding partner Hemant Sahai commented: “On behalf of HSA’s partnership, I take this opportunity to extend a very warm welcome to Rajdeep and look forward to his contributions in further strengthening our Dispute Resolution and Projects practice.”

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