Link Legal India Law Services has hired P&A Law Offices corporate partner Ketan Mukhija in its corporate commercial practice.
He then worked at Vaish Associates for a year before in 2014 joining the Kanoria Group and SREI.
Mukhija is joining with a team, with Guarav Priyadarshi joining as associate partner, Amit Kr Bhatnotra coming on board as a principal associate, Apurv Ranjan as a senior associate and Karishma Singh and Rupendra Gautam as Associates.
Priyadarshi, a 2011 HNLU Raipur graduate, had previously also worked in-house at ICICI and law firms, and also has experience in banking.
Mukhija had joined P&A in 2018 for the third stint in his career at the firm from SREI Infrastructure Finance.
He had begun his career at P&A after graduating in 2007 from Nalsar Hyderabad, in 2008 moved to international firm Herbert Smith for a year, returning to P&A from 2009 until 2013, a one year stint at Vaish Associates and in 2014 moving to SREI Infrastructure Finance in-house.
According to Link Legal’s press release Mukhija specialises in M&A and corporate and commercial deals.
Managing partner Atul Sharma said in the press release: “We’re extremely delighted to welcome Ketan Mukhija, Gaurav Priyadarshi and the team. Our strategy has always been to provide top notch expertise combined with client-focused legal service. I am sure they will play a key role in delivering this and further contribute in strengthening the firm’s capability in the respective practices areas.”
We have reached out to P&A for comment.
Gaurav PriyadarshiWork history From: Feb 2021: Associate Partner, Link Legal India Law Services (New Delhi) Aug 2015 – Feb 2021: Advocate, P&A Law Offices Dec 2016 – Sep 2017: Senior Associate, J. Sagar Associates Jun 2011 – Aug 2015: Manager (Legal), ICICI BankEducation – undefined: Patna Central School, , 2006 – 2011: Hidayatullah National Law University, Raipur, B.A. LL.B (Hons.),
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