Sandeep Bajaj

In a major reorganization, in line with the firm’s long-term objectives, Sandeep Bajaj, Founder and Managing Partner of PSL, has stepped down from his position as its Managing Partner to focus on his Counsel Practice.

Additionally, PSL promoted Aakanksha Nehra, Suvigya Awasthy and Soayib Qureshi to Equity Partnership. Vipul Jai has been promoted as Partner and Himesh Thakur as Counsel. Sameer Jain accordingly retains the role as Founder & Managing Partner of the firm.

Sandeep has been practicing in the fields of dispute resolution, corporate commercial law and insolvency & bankruptcy and appearing in various courts across India as a counsel. He began his practice in 2007 and has been a core litigator since then. In 2012, he co-founded PAMASIS Law Chambers with Sameer Jain and Siddharth Jain which was later renamed as PSL – Advocates & Solicitors.

Regarding his departure from PSL Advocates and Solicitors, Sandeep commented, “This marks the end of an extraordinary chapter in my life. Leading this exceptional law firm alongside such talented individuals has been a profound privilege. I step away with intense pride in what we’ve collectively achieved and handing over the baton to the bright young collogues.”

Founder and Managing Partner, Sameer Jain, added, “Our journey as Managing Partners has been one with shared challenges and triumphs, and I am looking forward to his continued association with the firm. At the same time, I wholeheartedly welcome our new Equity Partners who have been with the firm for a long time. We have been very fortunate to have our old team with us pushing the firm upwards with renewed vigour. I wish Sandeep the best for his new role as a counsel. I also congratulate Vipul and Himesh for their promotions. ”

PSL Advocates and Solicitors has emerged as a leading firm in litigation, arbitration, and insolvency & bankruptcy practice in India and globally in a relatively short time.

Amongst the firm’s new equity partners, Suvigya specializes in commercial dispute resolution with a strong focus on construction and infrastructure disputes, domestic and international arbitration and has been associated with the firm since 2017. Aakanksha has expertise in insolvency, corporate commercial advisory, corporate debt restructuring and recovery laws and joined PSL in 2017. Soayib, who joined PSL in 2016, is an advocate on record in the Supreme Court of India, with expertise in dispute resolution, corporate structuring, insolvency & bankruptcy, and constitutional issues.

PSL now boasts of a team of eight partners and over thirty associates with offices in New Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru, and Chandigarh.

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