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Businesses today not only face the challenge of competition, but are also subject to the risk of several disputes & litigations which may arise in the course of business. Even though we try to mitigate these risks by entering into legal agreements with the parties involved at the earliest possible stage, businesses need to always be prepared to deal with legal battles which they might face.

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Corporate law (also known as business law or company law) is the body of law governing the rights, relations & conduct of persons, companies, organization & businesses. Corporate law often describes the law relating to matters which derive directly from the life-cycle of a corporation. It thus is very wide in scope and encompasses the formation, funding, governance, and death of a corporation.

Banking & Finance Law

A strong banking and finance structure is the back-bone of any business and compliance with laws in this area is of utmost importance. All borrowers, lenders, investors and other stakeholders involved in any banking or financial transactions in India are regulated by these acts and therefore it becomes necessary for them to comply with the norms & procedures laid down while engaging in activities such as borrowing, lending, domestic & international transactions, investments etc.


Intellectual Property Law

The laws which safeguard original ideas of the human mind are called Intellectual Property Rights Laws and they give the creator an exclusive right over the use of his / her own original creation for a certain period of time, to the exclusion of others.  We assist our clients in all matters involving IP laws, both domestically & internationally, ranging from IP prosecution to IP Litigation and represent our clients before the concerned authorities such as the IPR Registry, IPAB, District Courts & High Courts in all such matters.

Consumer Protection

Consumer protection is the practice of safeguarding buyers of goods and services, and the public, against unfair practices in the marketplace. Consumer Protection Act 2019 is one of the main laws that provide protection to consumers in India.  We help addressing consumer grievances under this act, across all sectors such as banking, insurance, medicine, FMCG, housing etc. and represent our clients before district forums, state commissions & consumer courts for the same.


Civil & Criminal Litigation

We assist our clients in filing and defending suits in all civil & criminal matters (including family matters such as property, adoption, divorce etc.) before various courts and tribunals such as District Courts, NCLT, DRT, Family Courts, Consumer Forums , IPAB, High Courts and Supreme Court. The scope of our services includes drafting & filing suits, written statements, counter affidavits, rejoinders, evidences, petitions & appeals, serving summons, attending hearings etc. including legal consultation & opinion.

Arbitration, Mediation & Conciliation

Arbitration, mediation and conciliation are the main alternative dispute resolution mechanisms which are generally adopted by the people to resolve their disputes in an informal manner. Through these mechanisms, persons in dispute try to reach a solution by settlement or negotiation with the assistance of a third neutral party. They have turned out to be an effective alternative to the lengthy procedures of the litigation process.  


Writ Petitions

The Constitution of India provides various rights to the citizens of India. One of the most essential rights for the intellectual & moral development of citizens are fundamental rights which include rights to equality, right to freedom, right against exploitation etc. The Constitution also provides mechanisms to protect & enforce these rights under Article 32 and Article 226 which provides the right to move the Supreme Court & the High Court respectively  through writ petitions for such enforcement. This right can be availed by any person whose fundamental rights are violated.

Legal Opinion

While starting any business activity, it is essential to understand the legalities involved and the legal implications, if any. Our experienced network of lawyers can provide you with expert legal opinion on all such matters which are governed by the various laws, which will not only help you in creating your business strategy, but will also be useful in its implementation.

Further, doing business in India means getting approvals from several government authorities. We have lawyers who specialise in this field and can provide you the necessary legal guidance at all stages in your dealings with the concerned government authorities.


Legal Mentorship

Our legal mentorship cell provides special legal assistance to-

  • Start-ups

  • International companies & Non-Resident Indians wanting to start operations in India

  • Non-Governmental Organizations, Trusts, Societies

  • Women Entrepreneurs

  • Unconventional business enterprises such as artists, designers etc.

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