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Khaitan & Co has boosted its corporate and commercial law practice with the hire of Sharad Abhyankar, a co-founding partner of ANS Law Associates. From his newIndian firm
Legally India has posted an interview with senior counsel and BJP parliamentarian Ram Jethmalani, addressing the art of cross-examination, Adam & Eve and why political parties don’t care about foreign law firms.
Here is a very interesting article providing a kind of anatomy of the Indian legal services market, ad touching upon the major players, changes, and the nature of the legal work performed there. The article notes that
Michael Kyprianou & Co has launched an India desk to help Indian clients set up companies and do business in Cyprus and Greece, offering advice onCyprus law firm
Kian Ganz, the publishing editor of www.LegallyIndia.com, here gives a brief anatomy of the legal services industry in India. The scale of the industry in India is staggering. India has approximately 1.2 million
Trilegal has taken a lead role on the acquisition of a majority stake in Andhra Pradesh Paper Mills by U.S. paper giant International Paper. Trilegal advisedIndian law firm
Mallesons Stephen Jaques has announced that it will outsource legal work to India as a way of cutting costs in a tough market. The firm has signed anAustralian firm
Bar & Bench has conducted a survey to determine the recruitment patter for 371 law school graduates from leading law schools in India; NLSIU, Bangalore; NALSAR, Hyderabad; NUJS, Kolkata; NLIU, Bhopal and NLU, Jodhpur.
There appears to be some movement on the issue of access to the Indian legal market for foreign firms, with India’s Law Minister Salman Khurshid agreeing to work with U.K.’s Secretary of State for Justice Kenneth
British Justice Secretary vows to make the case against protectionist regulations on behalf of UK law firms
The British Justice secretary Kenneth Clarke expressed his enthusiam last week for the nation’s legal industry, pointing out that the legal sector is one of the most successful industries in the country: "Law as an
Amarchand Mangaldas principal associate KaranUS venture capital firm Bessemer Venture Partners has created an in-house legal department in India with the hire of
Trilegal has promoted two partners into the equity partnerhip. Mumbai corporate partners Nishant Parikh and Amit Tambe have been initiated into the first rung of the firm’s 13-year