The Delhi office of Indian law firm L&L Partners has hired litigator Mohit Bakshi (L) as a partner from J Sagar Associates (JSA), and also seen the exit of litigation partner Manmeet Singh (R) to Saraf and Partners.

Bakshi, who was with JSA for more than a decade, specialises in civil and corporate commercial litigation, and white-collar crimes.

Meanwhile, Singh has experience of more than 17 years, including nearly a decade with L&L. His clients include financial institutions, private equity investors and Indian conglomerates, with a specific focus on energy and infrastructure sectors.

A release from Saraf and Partners said that Singh would be a part of the firm’s management committee.

Led by former L&L equity partner Mohit Saraf, Saraf and Partners formally split from L&L in July. It took with it 21 partners across three cities.

During a period of upheaval for L&L, it has attempted to replenish its ranks with hires like Avirup Nag, Abhishek KumarVasudev DibburSubhash BhutoriaPiyush MishraAsim AbbasSonali ChoudhryPrabjot Singh BhullarAmrita TonkSidhartha Barua and Girish Rawat.

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