Lawyer Recognition – Lexology Legal Influencers Q4 2023 for Private Client – Asia -Pacific

We are pleased to announce that our Principal Associate, Sridevi Sidharthan from our Corporate/Commercial department has been recognized as a leading author in the Lexology Legal Influencers Q4 2023 for Private Client – Asia -Pacific.

Lexology Legal Influencers acknowledges the leading thinkers and experts in the legal industry quarterly. Sridevi’s content has served as a valuable source of guidance and awareness for readers across various platforms.

Sridevi’s areas of expertise extend to corporate restructuring, mergers and acquisitions, general corporate advisories, franchising, and construction-related matters.

 

 

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