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Cyril Amarchand hires AZB’s Percy Billimoria as Head of Delhi; Gauri Rasgotra appointed Deputy Head-Delhi
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Cyril Amarchand hires AZB’s Percy Billimoria as Head of Delhi; Gauri Rasgotra appointed Deputy Head-Delhi

Pallavi Saluja

As reported by Bar & Bench, Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas, has hired AZB & Partners Senior Partner Percival Billimoria as a Partner.

He would be joining shortly as “Head – Delhi” and the “Chair of the Disputes, Regulatory, Advocacy and Policy (DRAP)” practice of the firm, according to the firm release.

Percy would also be a member of the Core Advisory Group along with James Abraham, L Viswanathan, Reeba Chacko and Vandana Shroff.

Managing Partner Cyril Shroff commented,

“We are thrilled to bring Percy into the senior leadership of the firm. His experience, energy and entrepreneurial drive combined with his excellent legal skills will be a big asset to the firm. In line with the firm’s renewed focus on Disputes, Percy taking up the responsibility of National Chair, will also take the disputes practice to a new level of excellence for the benefit of the firms’ clients in India and abroad. As Head- Delhi, working closely with Gauri, we see the overall practice in NCR rapidly reaching new heights”

Percival Billimoria, on his appointment said,

“There is no doubt that Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas is the ideal platform to launch a new phase in my career. The position of Delhi head and Chair of the DRAP practice, presents a unique opportunity to achieve my career goals. I also express my gratitude to both Zia (Mody) and Ajay (Bahl) as I was privileged to have worked with them. I will miss AZB.” 

Cyril Amarchand hires AZB’s Percy Billimoria as Head of Delhi; Gauri Rasgotra appointed Deputy Head-Delhi

Cyril Shroff has also appointed Delhi Partner Gauri Rasgotra as the “Deputy Head – Delhi” and she will be working closely, with Percy as an integral part of the leadership team to drive the firm’s next phase of growth in the National Capital Region.