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Luthra US JD litigator Abhishek Singh joins K Law as Delhi partner

Abhishek Singh moves from Luthra to K LawAbhishek Singh moves from Luthra to K Law

Luthra & Luthra managing associate Abhishek Singh has joined K Law in Delhi as partner in its litigation practice.

We have reached out for comment to Luthra managing partner Rajiv Luthra, K Law and Singh.

Singh completed a BA in finance and corporate law from Concord University between 1999 and 2003, and from 2004 to 2007 a JD law from Widener University Commonwealth School of Law in Pennsylvania.

He then worked for two years in-house at Chicago-headquartered marketing and communications giant RR Donnelley in New York as an attorney.

He returned to India from 2009 to 2011, he worked as junior counsel to senior counsel Neeraj Kishan Kaul in the Supreme Court and Delhi high court before joining PXV Law Partners for two years as a senior associate.

In 2013 he joined Amarchand Mangaldas’ litigation team - and later Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas - in New Delhi and Bangalore.

Singh then joined Luthra as a managing associate in 2016 from Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas;;, as we had reported at the time.

K Law has also recently hired Khaitan & Co Delhi principal associate Arjun Rajgopal as a partner in Bangalore.

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