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We provide world-class reliable and practical legal services and solutions to the various legal issues for our clients, with expertise from a robust team of advocates, experienced in diverse legal areas, leaving significant footprint in the legal horizon, across the country.

Trademark & I. P. Law

In an aggressive competitive structure, Intellectual Property Rights acts as a stimulant in building good will and mark in the market despite of being an intangible asset. Intellectual property laws promote the creation of human ideas/intellect. Intellectual property has become a backbone for bei

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Technology and Data Privacy

There’s nothing in this world that runs without technology, you get everything with a click of a button and the information is presented to you. With information comes security, and thus it becomes very critical to protect and secure your personal data and information, making it important to be i

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Sports law

Sports and sports related news is all over the media, advertisements and social media platforms and has become a significant branch of law. Sports law is amalgamation of laws that applies to sport persons and sports they play. The motto of sports law is to ensure that the players do not face disc

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SARFAESI

SARFAESI Act, passed in the year 2002, is a law emerging and a weapon strengthening the hold of co-operative banks. The act applicable on both co-operative and commercials banks has been a relief to Indian lenders so as they can recover their dues quickly. The act has empowered the banks and fina

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Real Estate

Real Estate laws are concerned with the buying and selling of real estate properties. The Acts containing legal provisions is Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016. Each state has its laws governing development, marketing and selling of real estate properties.

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Restructuring & Insolvency

Matters relating restructuring and insolvency are regulated by Insolvency and bankruptcy code, 2016. The code is a watch dog for insolvency and liquidation process and proceedings involving all limited liability entities. Not limited to this the code governs insolvency and bankruptcy proceedings

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Right to Information

RTI Act, 2005 sets out the rules and procedures regarding citizens “right to information”. It gives right to people to hold the government and organizations and ask for information and to check whether the people’s constitutional rights have been met or not. Any person who desires to obtain any i

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Right to Education

It is a fundamental right of every child between the ages of 6 to 14 to have proper education. Parliament of India has enacted right of children to free and compulsory Education Act, or Right To education on 4th August, 2009 describing the modalities of free and compulsory education. For disable

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Registration Act etc. Drafting of Conveyance Deed

A legal document is used to transfer the title of the property from one person to another such as a gift, an exchange, a lease or a mortgage is termed as a conveyance deed. It is a deed drafted on a non-judicial stamp paper of requisite value and is to be registered with the sub-registrar office.

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Property Law (Transfer of Property Act)

Transfer of property is a wide branch of law prevailing since nineteenth century and in India is regulated by transfer of property act, 1882. The act came into force on 1st July 1882 and lays down provisions in context of transfer or property and conditions involving transfers. “Move of property”

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Private Equity

Private equity law encompasses private equity companies that pool investments of pension funds and other large investors to purchase assets and other companies. Private equity firms by increasing profits and growing businesses increase the value of their company. Companies invest investor’s money

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Partnership Act; Specific Relief Act

The Partnership Act define the relationship between two or more persons who agree to share the profits of a business. The partnership laws fall under the governing body Ministry of Corporate Affairs, the act superseded the Partnership Law contained in Chapter XI of the Indian Contract Act, 1872.

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Military Law

Military law is a body of rules, regulations and procedures regulating the functioning and governance of members of armed forces. Men in uniform are to abide by laws and regulations pertaining Military laws as laws for common man aren’t applied to them. Army Act, 1950, Indian Air Force Act, 1950

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Matrimonial Laws

“Marriage” a scared ceremony, a bond tying not only the pair but the entire family, thus itself becomes a law equally important as any other law. India a secular country, with variety of religions and not having a uniform code, Muslim marriages are governed by Muslim Personal Law/ Shariat law whe

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International Client Services

Our legal team has a commendable experience in providing legal advisory and consultancy to established businesses, start-ups across the globe who strive hard to stand firm and make a distinct identity. We strive to guide and update our clients on latest developments, news, legal updates and assist t
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Licensing technology transfer and TMT

Technology licensing is generally seen as pro-competitive activity—one that leads to increased efficiencies through strengthened incentives to innovate and increased engagement in research and development initiatives (while reducing duplication in such activities). In addition, technology licensi

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Law of Telecommunication (MINISTRY OF COMMUNICATIONS)

Telecom is one of the fastest growing areas of technology and its rapid growth has allowed the access of information at electronic speed from almost everywhere in the world. Telecommunication in India prevails back since the East India Company introduced Telegraph services in India. This signifi

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Laws relating to pharmaceutical industries

Health a major concerning and important sector, the subject has great potential and consistent growth. The Indian generic drug sector is sturdy and making a mark not just within but is around the foreign markets.

As per the section 92A of the Indian Patent Act, Compulsory License shall be

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Laws relating to International trade and anti-dumping

International trade and anti-dumping laws, is a significant branch of law which include customs and rules governing trade transactions between private sector organizations across the globe. World Trade Organization (WTO) and General Agreement on Traiff and Trade (GATT) are the governing bodies an

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Law of Compensation

The Criminal Justice System primarily provides punishment to the offender and as rehabilitative measure compensation to the victim/survivor. Section 357 of Criminal Procedure Code, 1973 provides compensation to the person who suffered any loss or injury due to the act of the accused person. The S

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Labour and Employment

Indian Labour Legislations are meant to increase sustainability of the industries with high degree of protection for workers. The ESIC Act provides certain benefits to employees in case of sickness, maternity and employment injury and certain other matters. The Minimum Wages Act, 1948 fixes minim

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Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substance Act, 1985 (NDPS)

NDPS Act deals with narcotic drugs and makes stringent provisions for the control and regulation of operations relating to narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances. It also provides the forfeiture of property derived from, or used in, illicit traffic in narcotic drugs and psychotropic substance

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Insurance Law

Insurance law regulates the insurance policy and claims. This field of law covers regulation of insurance business, terms and conditions of insurance policy especially with a view to safeguard consumers (policyholders) and regulation of claim handling. Insurance policy is a contract between the i

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Indirect Tax

Indirect tax is levied on goods and services i.e. Goods & Service Tax (GST), Central Excise and Customs Duty, and Value Added Tax (VAT).The Goods and Services Tax Council is constituted to make recommendations to the Union and the States on the matters relating to indirect taxes and to establ

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Income Tax

Income Tax is imposed on the earnings of Individual, Companies, Firms and Corporations etc. Tax rates vary as per the earnings in the Financial Year and the Income Tax Act, 1961 also provides deductions under various heads. The Act also makes mandatory to tax deduction at source (TDS) and its tim

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Immigration Law

Immigration law governs immigration into and deportation from a country and thelaw varies from country to country. Every Country maintain laws to regulate the entry and exit of the migrants and their duration of stay, freedom of movement, and right to participate in commerce and government. Gener

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Food and beverage laws

The Food Safety and Standards Authority of India is established for laying down science based standards for articles of food and to regulate their manufacture, storage, distribution, sale and import, to ensure availability of safe and wholesome food for human consumption.The duty of every

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Fashion related laws

Fashion law is primarily related with clothing, fashion accessories, textile production, modelling, media, the cosmetics and perfume industries. However, this field of law is also connected with other areas i.e. intellectual property; business and finance, employment and labor law, international

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Family Law/Law of Inheritance

Law of Inheritance deals with Intestate Succession, Testamentary Succession and Partition. The laws are primary based on customary principles derived from uncodifiedpersonal laws. The Parliament has codified some of them i.e. The Indian Succession Act, 1925, The Hindu Succession Act, 1956, The P

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Environmental Law

Environmental law is to protect and improve the Environment and the prevention of hazards to human beings, other living creatures, plants and property. The Parliament has enacted special Legislations to protect the environment i.e. The Environment (Protection) Act, 1986; The Forest (Conser

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Entertainment and Media Laws

Entertainment law governs the entertainment industry, the entertainment law is connected with various legal fields i.e. intellectual property law, employment law, contract law, torts, labor law, bankruptcy law, Telecommunication, immigration, securities law criminal law, tax law, and insurance la

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Educational Law

National Council for Teacher Education is established with a view to achieving planned and co-ordinated development of the teacher education system throughout the country, the regulation and proper maintenance of norms and standards in the teacher education system including qualifications

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Equity Capital Markets & Debt Capital Markets

Companies raise funds either by selling equities or trading debt securities. In Equity, company sells a certain amount of ownership in the company in exchange for cash by initial public offering IPOs. If company is already public and wants to raise additional equity capital then may execute follo

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Criminal Law

Criminal law covers all the proceedings before Executive and Judicial Magistrates in relation to law and order, and trials for all kind of offences punishable under Penal Laws. The trials are conducted before Sessions Judge or Metropolitan Magistrate or Judicial Magistrate of First Class. Regular

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Crime against Women

Women are often considered as a weaker and unequal in patriarchal society, therefore the offences and discriminatory treatment against women remain unheard. Considering this vital situations, India has enacted stringent laws to punish the culprits. Unfortunately, the misuse of these provisions is

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Crime against Schedule Cast & Scheduled Tribes

The Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled extent and Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, 1989 is enacted to prevent the commission of offences of atrocities against the members of the Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes. The Act provides constitution of Special Courts for the trial of such

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Contract Act

Contract is a legally enforceable agreement, executed between the parties to ensure their performance or promise as per the terms of the Contract; its importance is being increased by day to day. Enforceability of promise made therein is a unique feature of the Contract. Validity of a Contract is

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Consumer Laws

Consumer Protection Act, 1986 was legislated for better protection of the interests of consumers. The 1986 Act had established Consumer Councils and other Authorities for the settlement of Consumer disputes. And now 1986 Act is set to repeal soon and the new legislation of 2019 will be enforced a

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Competition Law/Anti Trust Law

Competition Law ensures free-trading and competition between businesses for better public services. The Competition Act, 2002 is enacted to eliminate the practices having adverse effect on competition, promote and sustain competition, protect the interests of consumers and ensure freedom of trade

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Company Law

Companies Act, 1956 & 2013 regulates the companies/ corporations formed under it and these corporations are administered by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs. Company is an independent legal entity incorporated by a group of persons to engage in and operate a business, commercial or industria

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Commercial Law

Commercial Law is a vast and dynamic, considering its important, a new legislation was enacted in 2015 with special procedure and independent mechanism to speedily adjudicate the Commercial Disputes of specified value i.e. constitution of Commercial Courts at District Level, Commercial Appellate

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Civil Rights / Human Rights

Human life is precious and has certain rights over Society and State. The Constitution of India and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights have ascertained those rights and India has constituted the National Human Rights Commission and the State Human Rights Commissions for protection and prom

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Banking & Finance

Banking and Finance includes the complex banking issues and Compliance Management with the regulations of Reserve Bank of India. In day to day banking business, the banks and financial institution have to follow strictly with the guidelines and regulations issued by Reserve Bank of India.

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Aviation Law

Aviation law governs all the matters relating to manufacture, sale, import, export, operation, and registration of aircraft, issuance of operating licenses, air safety issues, rights and liabilities of air carriers, tariff and other charges for aeronautical services rendered at airport and functi

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Constitutional Law

The Constitution of India is a Supreme Law of the Land, any executive action or judicial pronouncement or legislative enactment is subject to Constitutional Law and must be in consonance with the Constitution. Hon’ble Supreme Court and Hon’ble High Courts, being Constitutional Courts have powers

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Arbitration

Arbitration is a speedy dispute resolution mechanism. Arbitration proceedings can be initiated in relation to disputes arising out of a contract or legal instruments where an arbitration clause was inserted/ is available. Any aggrieved party to the contract/legal instrument can invoke arbitration

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Animal Law

Animals are innocent and mute creatures, but when they come into contact of human beings, human beings are must to behave in appropriate manner. India has incorporated laws to prevent the cruelties of animals, it is a punishable offence to cause pain, killing, poisoning, maiming or torturing of a

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Admiralty Law or Maritime Law

Admiralty law governs all issues in connection with vessels, their arrest, detention, sale, it include the disputes between parties, loss or damage, loss of life and other related claims. The High Courts have powers under the Admiralty (Jurisdiction and Settlement of Maritime Claims) Act, 2017 to

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Public Administration/Administrative law

Administrative law is a branch of Public law and governs all administrative actions of executive or quasi judicial authorities, it include any office administrative pronouncement or quasi-judicial decision or rule-making by any governmental authority or agency. All such actions come under the pur

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