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India’s IndusLaw has grown its competition practice with the hire of Unnati Agarwal as a partner in Delhi from J. Sagar Associates, where she was an associate principal.
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India’s L&L Partners has welcomed back technology media and telecommunications (TMT) specialist Asim Abbas as a partner in Delhi, nearly two decades after he first left the firm.

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AZB & Partners and Davis Polk & Wardwell have advised Jio Platforms on its $4.5 billion sale of a 7.73 percent stake to Google, which was represented by Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer and J. Sagar Associates.
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India’s third largest law firm by strength, Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas has added Arjun Perikal as a partner in Bengaluru from J. Sagar Associates.
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Indian boutique Chandhiok & Mahajan has appointed Sujoy Bhatia as a partner and head of corporate practice in Delhi. He joins from J. Sagar Associates.
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India’s J Sagar Associates has hired corporate expert Rajeev Reddy as a partner in the firm’s Hyderabad office from Tatva Legal, where he worked for over a decade.
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Indian law firm IndusLaw has hired M&A lawyer Revathy Muralidharan as a partner in its Mumbai office from J. Sagar Associates, and also established a separate office in the city for its litigation practice.
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J. Sagar Associates and Jones Day have advised Indian agro-business company UPL on its agreement to purchase Arysta LifeScience from U.S. chemicals company Platform Specialty Products for $4.2 billion. Greenberg Traurig represented Platform.
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J. Sagar Associates has opened an office in Gujarat International Finance Tec-City (GIFT), India’s first smart city located in Ahmedabad.
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J. Sagar Associates (JSA) has represented internet giant eBay on the sale of its India business to Bangalore-based Flipkart, which turned to Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas (CAM) for advice.