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Luthra corporate partner Anshul Jain resigns for PwC • Tax partner Sanjeev Sachdeva left in June [UPDATE-1]

Corporate partner Anshul Jain to leave Luthra
Corporate partner Anshul Jain to leave Luthra

L&L Partners - formerly known as Luthra & Luthra - Delhi corporate and M&A partner Anshul Jain has resigned from the firm and will leave later this month, we understand from sources.

Jain declined to comment and we have not yet been able to confirm Jain’s destination at this time.

Update 20:45: Jain told us that he would be moving to PricewaterhouseCoopers as a regulatory and M&A partner, but would also advise on the regulatory side, including in its corporate insolvency, bankruptcy and stressed assets vertical.

L&L has been recruiting into its corporate practice this year after the practice had become one of the smaller ones in its full-service offering compared to other firms. L&L had hired Link Legal Delhi partner Alok Sonker in June, Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas Mumbai partner Jay Parikh in May, and Trilegal Delhi counsel Vishwanath Pratap Singh in January.

Jain is a 2006 LLB graduate of BSR College, also having a prior bachelor’s degree in commerce from Raj Rishi college, and has been a qualified company secretary since 2002.

He had worked as a secretarial officer with Ansal API Real Estate from 2006 to 2007 before joining Luthra as an associate in Delhi in 2007.

He was promoted to partner at Luthra in 2015.

His departure follows that of long-time L&L Delhi tax partner Sanjeev Sachdeva, who is understood to have left the firm in June of this year.

We have reached out to L&L management for comment.

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