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Singh Associates hires Luthra lit MA Apoorve Vashistha as partner designate, targets ‘aggressive... exponential growth’

Apoorve Vashistha joins Singh from Luthra
Apoorve Vashistha joins Singh from Luthra

Singh & Associates has hired L&L Partners litigation managing associate Apoorve Vashistha as a partner designate in its Gurgaon office’s dispute resolution practice.

Vashistha specialises in commercial disputes and advisory work, having worked at L&L Partners, formerly known as Luthra & Luthra, for nine years.

The GGSIP University 2009 LLB and 2014 LLM grad works in litigation, arbitration, contract negotiations, corporate commercial disputes, regulatory matters, in sectors such as real estate, agriculture, biotech, pharmaceutical, telecom and hospitality industries, according to a press release from the firm.

“His joining will further add towards the strengthening of our firm’s dispute resolution practice,” commented founding partner Manoj K Singh.

According to its press release, Singh & Associates was “exponentially growing its services across the nation”, with “aggressive plans of hiring in the near future to meet the burgeoning demand of work in various practice areas”.

We have reached out to the firm for further comment.

L&L partner Bobby Chandhoke commented: “We wish him all the best.”

Apoorve Vashistha Work history From: Aug 2009: Advocate, High Court of Delhi Apr 2010 - Aug 2011: Law Researcher/ Judical clerk to Hon’ble Dr. Justice A.K.Sikri, High Court of Delhi (High Court of Delhi) Aug 2011 - Mar 2020: Managing Associate, L&L Partners (New Delhi Area) Education 2004 - 2009: Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, B.A.LL.B(H), Law 2012 - 2014: Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Master of Laws (LL.M.), Industrial and Intellectual Property Laws
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