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The Mumbai office L&L Partners nabbed 12 lawyers, including M&A partner Nishant Singh, from rival IndusLaw.
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India’s IndusLaw has grown its corporate practice with the hire of Ravi Kumar as a partner in Mumbai from Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas (CAM).
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India’s L&L Partners has welcomed back Sudipta Routh as a partner in Mumbai from rival IndusLaw. He moves to L&L along with three other lawyers.
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Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas (CAM) has advised India’s CarTrade Tech on its 30-billion-rupee ($411 million) IPO, with IndusLaw and Sidley Austin representing the book-runners and lead managers. AZB & Partners counselled the selling shareholders.
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Crawford Bayley International has advised India’s Canara Bank on its 25-billion-rupee ($337 million) qualified institutional placement (QIP), with IndusLaw and Linklaters representing the bookrunning lead managers.
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IndusLaw has advised India’s Sorting Hat Technologies on the 32.7-billion-rupee ($440 million) Series H funding round of its subsidiary, online learning platform Unacademy, with AZB & Partners and Khaitan & Co advising two of the investors.
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India’s IndusLaw has added yet another partner in Delhi, with the hire of employment law specialist Vaibhav Bhardwaj, who joins from Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas.
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Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas has advised Indian food delivery app Zomato on its proposed 82.5-billion-rupee ($1.11 billion) IPO on the NSE and BSE, with the lead managers being counselled by Latham & Watkins and IndusLaw.
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Indian law firm IndusLaw has hired real estate expert Praveen Kumar Thodupunuri as a partner in the southern city of Hyderabad from rival Tatva Legal, where he was a principal associate.
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Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas has represented Indian real estate company Macrotech Developers on its 25-billion-rupee ($331 million) IPO on the BSE and NSE, with IndusLaw and Sidley Austin advising the lead managers.