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The Newsletter’s second special issue: HSA, Luthra, S&R and R.I.P. CB's DB Engineer

A sleeping giant awakens after some rest
A sleeping giant awakens after some rest

This week we have some exclusive news on HSA going full-steam ahead, an unreported S&R star hire (and why I think it could be one of the best-placed firms if the foreigners ever come), and a little bit of gossip on what Luthra & Luthra has been up to the last few years.

Before we start with this week's share of gossip, micro-scoops and all the big news stories you may have missed, I want to thank all of you subscribers from the bottom of my heart for signing up and supporting Legally India.

Response and interest has been even greater than anticipated, and all your emails and messages have been given us much joy here at LI.

But first, we'll unfortunately start out this week with some very sad news

Dadi Bejonji Engineer, Crawford Bayley & Co senior partner, legend of the law firm world and mentor to generations of lawyers, passed away on 30 May. He was 82 years old. Heartfelt condolences to his colleagues, wife and family.

Lawyers of his stature are unfortunately becoming rarer and rarer.

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