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Delhi HSA-breakaway Neeti Niyaman enters Mumbai with small office & HSA assoc partner Vaidehi Naik

Neeti Niyaman expands to MumbaiNeeti Niyaman expands to Mumbai

Former HSA Advocates partners Sakya Chaudhuri, Avijeet Lala and Anand Shrivastava’s Delhi start-up Neeti Niyaman has expanded to Mumbai with the opening of a new office in Fort.

The Mumbai office would help in better serving the firm’s existing clients, the firm told us, with all three founding partners set to spend time there between each other, going forward.

The office is on Dr DN Road in Flora Fountain, close to the high court, and will seat three of the firm’s relocated associates and counsel Vaidehi Naik, who joined this month from HSA, where she was an associate partner.

Naik is a 2009 GLC Mumbai graduate who had begun her career at Singhania & Partners and had spent four years at Phoenix Legal between 2010 and 2014 before joining HSA, where she made associate partner in April 2017.

Vaidehi Naik moves from HSA to HSA-born start-upVaidehi Naik moves from HSA to HSA-born start-up

HSA managing partner Amitabh Sharma commented: “We wish Vaidehi all the very best for her future endeavours.”

Neeti Niyaman, which started up in Delhi in April 2017 as a regulatory, disputes and real estate practice of eight lawyers, had grown to 13 lawyers in a month and now has 15 lawyers including the three founding partners.

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Like +2 Object -1 LKM 04 Jan 18, 13:09
Congratulations to NN team. This is a great start to expand the practice in Mumbai. I am always going to vouch for your service and professionalism. Let’s stay connected
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Like +2 Object -1 Chachi 04 Jan 18, 13:14
Great going Avijeet. Look forward to meeting you in Mumbai
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Like +1 Object -1 O 04 Jan 18, 13:20
Great .. Congratulations .. comes as great news..
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Like +3 Object -1 Deep Throat 05 Jan 18, 11:38
Instead of killing then softly and giving a thousand wounds, why don't they acquire it at one go. Their benevolent funder is no longer a secret.
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Like +0 Object -1 Guest 05 Jan 18, 12:40
who is the benevolent funder?
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Like +0 Object -1 God 05 Jan 18, 17:27
For the love of the God! Who is this secret funder? AMSuing it is.
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Like +0 Object -1 O 06 Jan 18, 18:27
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Like +0 Object -1 XXX 08 Jan 18, 06:41
Arvind Kejriwal....
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