IndusLaw adds three equity partners to expand management

IndusLaw adds three equity partners
From left: Avik Biswas, Manan Lahoty and Amit Jajoo

IndusLaw appoints three new equity partners to its expanded management committee, which now consists of nine members, including the firm’s founding partners and CEO.

The three new equity partners – Avik Biswas, Amit Jajoo and Manan Lahoty – were elected by the entire IndusLaw partnership, to join the expanded management committee.

“We are very happy to welcome Amit, Avik and Manan to the management committee and look forward to working with them,” said founding partners, Suneeth Katarki and Gaurav Dani in a joint statement.

“Following the opening of the equity structure a couple of years ago, expanding the management committee is a natural progression for the firm as it continues to cement its reputation as a modern, professionally managed, and preferred law firm for both clients and legal talent in the industry.”

Jajoo serves as the head of IndusLaw‘s litigation and dispute resolution practices in Mumbai, and plays a key role in the national disputes practice leadership team.

He has extensive experience in handling high-profile litigation cases and has consistently been recognised as a top-tier lawyer in dispute resolution by reputable legal publications such as Chambers and Partners, the Legal 500, Asialaw, ALB, and RSG India.

Biswas is a leader of the employment law practice and anti-bribery and anti-corruption practice group at the firm. He has been consistently recognised as one of India’s top employment lawyers by Asialaw, Chambers and Partners, the Legal 500, India Business Law Journal, and Who’s Who Legal since 2011.

Lahoty heads the capital markets practice at the firm. He has received several accolades including being listed in the IBLJ’s A-List, IFLR Asia’s Best Lawyers, band 1 lawyer by Chambers and Partners, Global Elite of Who’s Who Legal, and highly ranked by IFLR1000, Asialaw, and the Legal 500.