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Rukshad Davar

Majmudar & Partners in India has appointed Rukshad Davar as head of the firm's M&A practice group, Amrit Mehta to principal and Kritika Agarwal to senior associate.

Davar joined the firm in 2011 from Bharucha & Partners. He is a Solicitor and Chartered Accountant and has led significant deals for the firm over the last few years. Davar advises on deal structuring and has a strong tax background. With over 14 years' experience in M&A and tax, he has also worked for firms Amarchand Mangaldas and P&A Law Offices. 

Mehta is a 2008 graduate and specialises in corporate taxation and M&A across the sectors, technology, insurance and real estate. Mehta has just recently returned from a secondment at Mori Hamada & Matsumoto in Tokyo. He has also worked for Amarchand & Mangaldas & Suresh A Shroff & Co.

Agarwal will be working on M&A transactions, competition law, finance and information technology matters. 

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