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R.I.P.: Sundeep Dudeja, widely-loved, respected L&L partner, succumbs to battle with Covid

Sundeep Dudeja, RIP
Sundeep Dudeja, RIP

L&L Partners star Delhi-based corporate partner, Sundeep Dudeja, passed away earlier today after a prolonged battle with Covid-19.

A professional colleague said Dudeja was “very nice, respectful and a great lawyer”, a sentiment shared that was shared by many in the profession including at other law firms.

He had become partner at the firm in 2007 and had qualified as a chartered accountant in 1999.

Dudeja is survived by his two-year-old daughter Pranshi and his wife Rashmi.

7 May 2021: Senior partner Mohit Saraf said:

The entire firm is devastated on account of passing away of my colleague and dear friend, Sundeep Dudeja. Sundeep had been with the Firm since the very beginning. He started his journey in the firm as an intern and was soon a qualified Chartered Accountant and a lawyer.

He moved from strength to strength within the firm and rose to being a partner and member of the coveted executive committee; all on account of his sheer brilliance and dedication.

Even as a member of the executive committee, he led the efforts, from the front, to professionalise the firm and build a transparent equity model. He left us too soon without even waiting for his dreams to come true.

The firm will fondly remember Sundeep as a gem of a person, a soft spoken gentleman - who always brought in a unique creative aspect while interpreting economic regulations. The void which has been created by his untimely departure can never be filled and we stand besides Rashmi, his wife and Pranshi, his daughter, in the hour of grief.

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