Indian law firm Trilegal has hired competition expert Rudresh Singh as a partner in Delhi from L&L Partners.

The news of Singh leaving L&L comes around the time that the firm saw some 63 of its lawyers, including 21 partners, exit and join DSK Legal, including partners Bobby Chandhoke and Sudhir Sharma.

Singh advises on competition law, antitrust and merger control matters, representing private equity and other institutional investors. He joined L&L in 2013, and was named as a partner in 2020.

The addition will take the partnership strength of Trilegal to 80. Earlier in July, the firm said it had hired M&A expert Pranav Atit as a partner from AZB & Partners in Mumbai, while disputes lawyers Anuj Berry and Vishrov Mukerjee joined as partners in Delhi in April..



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