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January 24, 2019

MZM Partner Waseem Pangarkar promoted to Senior Partner


Waseem Pangarkar, Partner at MZM Legal, has in January 2019 been promoted to a Senior Partner at the firm.

Previously, as a Partner at MZM Legal, Waseem’s practice pre-dominantly revolved around matters pertaining to white-collar criminal defence, alternative dispute resolution, criminal and civil litigation, intellectual property rights, and matrimonial disputes. He regularly appears before various courts in Mumbai, including the High Court, City Civil Court, Sessions Court, and Magistrates Court.

Having been an integral part of the firm for years, Waseem has been in-charge of complex cases of fraud, debt recovery, and consumer disputes. Extensive planning and strategizing in matters related to large corporations and high net-worth individuals, cases of medical negligence, real estate issues, securities, and capital markets are part of his repertoire of practice areas.

On behalf of MZM Legal, Waseem frequently takes care of arbitrations at the BSE (Bombay Stock Exchange) and NSE (National Stock Exchange). He is also experienced with undertaking litigation for capital market disputes before forums such as the Securities Appellate Tribunal and SEBI's (Securities and Exchange Board of India) Special Criminal Courts.

Waseem is also an expert on Intellectual Property Law and has experience representing and guiding multinational companies, high net-worth individuals, banks, and financial organizations in areas such as trademarks, patents, domain names, copyrights, and designs.

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