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Rajiv Luthra appointed to govt committees to deliberate on CSR and international trade

Erstwhile Luthra & Luthra (recently rebranded as L & L Partners)_managing partner _Rajiv Luthra has been appointed as member in the Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MA) high level committee (HLG) on corporate social responsibility (CSR) and the Ministry of Commerce and Industry’s (MCI) High Level Advisory Group for Trade (HLAG), reported Bar & Bench.

The HLC is to review the existing CSR framework, recommend enforcement of CSR provisions, monitor and evaluate CSR, examine and recommend CSR audit, while the HLAG is to examine the current international trade dynamics and it may also suggest a practical approach to India’s future involvement in international trade.

The HLC also includes as members Tata Sons chairman N Chandrasekharan, Bain Capital Private Equity managing director Amit Chandra, additional solicitor general PS Narsimha, Apollo Hospitals executive vice chairperson Shobha Kamineni.

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Like +0 Object -0 Guest 08 Nov 18, 19:34
Well, that’s some job! Good luck for the inputs. :p
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Like +3 Object -0 Alias 08 Nov 18, 19:45
Did the firm change their name back to luthra and luthra?
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Like +0 Object -3 kianganz 08 Nov 18, 22:24 LI subscriber
Thanks, have now clarified the story, had forgotten...
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Like +4 Object -0 Harvinder Sphincter 09 Nov 18, 00:04
Tomato / Tomaahto
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Like +0 Object -3 ?? 09 Nov 18, 11:43
This government is only focussed on 'taking' when will the 'giving' happen?
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Like +9 Object -6 Guest 09 Nov 18, 12:24  controversial
When was the last time he actually advised a client on law?
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Like +6 Object -7 Incremwnt de do 09 Nov 18, 15:00  controversial
He does not need to. That's for his underpaid minions to do.
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Like +18 Object -6 Paying Guest 09 Nov 18, 15:14  interesting  top rated  controversial
Having closely shadowed Mr. Luthra over the last year, I feel given his larger-than-life personality, people often ignore how balanced and well thought-out his inputs are on regulatory issues. And of course, being a Managing Partner, he wouldn't be expected to draft out or dictate legal opinions, would he?
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Like +7 Object -2 Misconception 10 Nov 18, 08:00  interesting
I have not understood this argument which I have heard many times. Why shouldn't the managing partner give opinions on tricky issues or situations? Isn't he or she likely to be the best placed to give advice on such issues? Why should they become just become the 'mareketing head' of the firm?
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Like +2 Object -1 Paying Guest 11 Nov 18, 08:47
If you read my comment carefully, you will find that I have expressed he does do so. Beng the senior most, he OKs the opinion. Unless you meant that he should also churn out the first draft.
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Like +10 Object -4 ccs 10 Nov 18, 18:20  interesting
It is good know that law graduate from Chaudhary Charan Singh University heads a big law firm (Haward was a one week course) and that National Law school graduates from Bangalore and Jodhpur are working for him and are expected to draft and dictate opinions for him.
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Like +4 Object -1 Chamcha 09 Nov 18, 22:31
Now at least we will have some new stories with bragging rights. Old ones had turned stale.
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Like +1 Object -1 Strange 10 Nov 18, 16:49
Kian, law firm partners are routinely appointed to committees. Just wondering if i'm missing its relevance. Does the firm try harder to get these gigs? Is there something out of the ordinary about such appointments?
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Like +2 Object -0 9th floor vaasi 11 Nov 18, 00:14
It is when it involves LL
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Like +0 Object -0 Comm 12 Nov 18, 19:36
2-3 lawyers on SEBI committees. SAM was recently appointed on a Law Ministry committee.
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Like +0 Object -0 Gatekeeper 12 Nov 18, 22:56
Appears that the Government has got over the Nirav Modi aftermath
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