The latest partner of L&L Partners, Nirupam Lodha, has quit and will be joining Khaitan & Co.
Khaitan executive director Amar Sinhji commented confirmed his joining in Delhi’s intellectual property practice.
Sinhji said: “Trademarks, copyrights and patent applications have seen tremendous growth in India since 2016.
“He comes on board when we are seeing a steady rise of our (India’s) ranking on the global intellectual property index.
“IPR (Prosecution & Transactions) is also a fast growing practice at KCO and Nirupam is a part of that growth story for us!”
Lodha had been at Luthra & Luthra, as it then was, since 2007, having joined directly from NLU Jodhpur.
Bar & Bench had reported yesterday in the ongoing court dispute between co-founding partners Rajiv Luthra and Mohit Saraf in the Delhi high court, that Saraf’s counsel Vikas Singh had denied Luthra’s claim that the firm’s revenue was “soaring”.
Singh had submitted: “This statement is definitely a wrong statement. The accruals are not to be confused with the billings. 60 lawyers and 7 partners have left the firm.”
We have reached out to Saraf and Luthra for comment.
Recent partners in the corporate partnership to have quit include:
We understand that two partners in the litigation practice are expected to leave.
Nirupam LodhaWork history From: Jun 2007: Partner, Luthra & Luthra Law Offices (New Delhi Area)Education 1994 – 2000: Mayo College, Ajmer, , 2002 – 2007: National Law University, B.Sc. LL.B., Law National Law University, Jodhpur, B.Sc. LL.B.,
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