Rajiv Luthra could not have asked Mohit Saraf to leave as per partnership deed: Vikas Singh argues before Delhi High Court

During the course of his submissions, Singh also contented that Luthra's claim that the law firm's revenue was "soaring" was not correct.
Mohit Saraf and Rajiv Luthra
Mohit Saraf and Rajiv Luthra

Senior Advocate Vikas Singh today argued before the Delhi High Court that the L&L Partnership deed did not provide for a situation wherein Mohit Saraf could be asked by Rajiv Luthra to leave the firm in 2020. (Rajiv Luthra v. Mohit Saraf)

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