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LKS promotes 8 joint partners to partner level growing to 51 partners

Eight new LKS partners
Eight new LKS partners

Lakshmikumaran & Sridharan (LKS) has promoted eight of its joint partners to partner level, with effect from 1 April 2019, according to a press release.

Managing partner V Lakshmikumaran commented: “Each one of them are examples of passion, commitment, integrity and mentorship. They have been pivotal in the stupendous growth of their practices and the firm as a whole.

“I also feel proud to share that three out the eight professionals promoted to partner level, are females.”

The newly appointed partners are:

  • Rachit Jain, Customs and International Trade, Delhi
  • Sudharshan Singh Shekhawat, Technology Law, Delhi
  • Hemant Bajaj, Indirect Tax Litigation, Delhi
  • Jaya Pandeya, Intellectual Property Rights- Engineering, Delhi
  • Nupoor Agrawal, Indirect Tax Advisory, Mumbai
  • Lakshmi Menon, Customs and International Trade, Mumbai
  • Ratan Jain, Customs and International Trade, Mumbai
  • Atul Gupta, Indirect Tax Litigation, Allahabad

Lakshmikumaran added: “We go through an extensive exercise every year and have a dedicated appraisal committee overseeing the entire appraisal process.

“All the newly promoted partners have been made to go through an extensive panel assessment. They all have immense experience that will help us in expanding the scope of our practice and deliver meaningful value solutions by serving our existing and potential clients even better.”

Lakshmikumaran & Sridharan now has a total of 51 partners.

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