Law Firm Specialization in India

Find out what a law firm in India is majorly into –

MUMBAI

Hathi & Partners
[Maritime, Admiralty & Shipping; Corporate & Commercial; Arbitration & Litigation; Projects (Oil & Gas, Infrastructure, Mining, Energy); Media & Entertainment; Foreign Investments in India; P&I Claim Settlements]
Amarchand Mangaldas
[Corporate & Commercial; Banking & Finance; Capital Market; Arbitration; Taxation; Projects (Infrastructure)]
AZB & Partners
[Banking & Finance; Capital Markets; Projects (Energy; Infrastructure); Corporate & Commercial; Arbitration]
Desai & Diwanji
[Aviation; Banking & Finance; Corporate & Commercial; Capital Markets; Arbitration & Litigation; Projects (Infrastructure); Taxation]
Wadia Gandhy & Co
[Banking & Finance; Corporate & Commercial; Capital Markets; Arbitration & Litigation; Projects (Infrastructure)]
Mulla & Mulla, Craigie, Blunt & Caroe
[Capital Market; Aviation; Banking & Finance; Corporate & Commercial; Arbitration & Litigation; Projects (Infrastructure, Energy); Taxation; Intellectual Property Rights]
Kanga & Co
[Banking & Finance; Capital Markets; Arbitration & Litigation; Projects (Infrastructure)]
Fox Mandal Little
[Banking & Finance; Corporate & Commercial; Capital Markets; Arbitration & Litigation; Projects (Oil & Gas, Energy); Taxation]
Crawford Bayley & Co
[Capital Markets; Corporate & Commercial; Arbitration & Litigation; Intellectual Property Rights; Projects (Infrastructure)]
Nishith Desai Associates
[Banking & Finance; Capital Markets; Intellectual Property Rights; Taxation]
A.R.A Law
[Banking & Finance; Capital Market; Taxation; Arbitration; Corporate & Commercial]
ALMT Legal
[Capital Market; Corporate & Commercial; Arbitration; Taxation]
Bhatt & Saldanha
[P&I Claim Settlements; Maritime, Shipping & Admiralty; Arbitration & Litigation]
Hariani & Co
[Banking & Finance; Intellectual Property Rights; Corporate & Commercial; Arbitration & Litigation]
Khaitan & Co
[Intellectual Property Rights; Corporate & Commercial; Arbitration; Projects (Infrastructure, Energy)]
Dua Associates
[Intellectual Property Rights; Corporate & Commercial; Projects (Oil & Gas, Infrastructure)]
Abhay Ahuja & Associates
[Banking & Finance; Capital Markets; Corporate & Commercial]
DSK Legal
[Capital Markets; Banking & Finance; Corporate & Commercial]
Federal & Rashmikant
[Litigation & Arbitration; Intellectual Property Rights; Constitutional Law]
Majmudar & Co
[Corporate & Commercial; Projects (Infrastructure, Energy)]
D M Harish & Co
[Taxation]
Advani & Co
[Intellectual Property Rights; Arbitration; Corporate & Commercial]
Thakkar & Thakkar
[Banking & Finance; Capital Markets; Corporate & Commercial]




NEW DELHI

Amarchand Mangaldas
[Corporate & Commercial; Banking & Finance; Capital Market; Arbitration; Taxation; Projects (Infrastructure)]
AZB & Partners
[Banking & Finance; Capital Markets; Corporate & Commercial; Projects (Infrastructure)]
Hathi & Partners
[Banking & Finance; Supreme Court and High Court Litigation; Capital Markets; Corporate & Commercial; Arbitration; Projects (Oil & Gas, Infrastructure); Media & Entertainment]
J Sagar Associates
[Corporate & Commercial; Banking & Finance; Capital Market; Arbitration; Taxation; Projects (Infrastructure)]
P&A Law Offices
[Banking & Finance; Capital Markets; Corporate & Commercial]
Fox Mandal
[Aviation; Banking & Finance; Corporate & Commercial; Capital Markets; Arbitration & Litigation; Projects (Infrastructure); Taxation]
Titus & Co
[Banking & Finance; Corporate & Commercial; Capital Markets; Arbitration & Litigation]
Trilegal
[Capital Market; Aviation; Banking & Finance; Corporate & Commercial; Projects (Infrastructure); Taxation; Intellectual Property Rights]
Luthra & Luthra
[Banking & Finance; Capital Markets; Arbitration & Litigation; Projects (Infrastructure)]
Kochhar & Co
[Banking & Finance; Corporate & Commercial; Capital Markets; Arbitration & Litigation; Taxation]
Dua Associates
[Capital Markets; Corporate & Commercial; Arbitration & Litigation; Intellectual Property Rights; Projects (Oil & Gas)]
Khaitan & Co
[Banking & Finance; Capital Markets; Intellectual Property Rights; Taxation]
P H Parekh & Co
[Supreme Court and High Court Litigation; Arbitration]
Singhania & Co
[Capital Market; Corporate & Commercial; Arbitration; Taxation]




KOLKATA

Fox Mandal
[Capital Market; Aviation; Banking & Finance; Corporate & Commercial; Arbitration & Litigation; Intellectual Property Rights]
Khaitan & Co
[Banking & Finance; Capital Markets; Arbitration & Litigation; Intellectual Property Rights]
Sandersons & Morgans
[Corporate & Commercial; Capital Markets; Arbitration & Litigation; Taxation]
Orr, Dignam & Co
[Capital Markets; Corporate & Commercial; Arbitration & Litigation; Intellectual Property Rights; Projects (Infrastructure)]
Victor Moses & Co
[Banking & Finance; Capital Markets; Intellectual Property Rights; Taxation]
Paras Kuhad & Associates
[Banking & Finance; Real Estate, Maritime; Electricity Laws; Arbitration; Taxation]
Singhania & Co
[Arbitration & Litigation; Banking & Finance; Corporate & Commercial]
Mukherjee & Biswas
[Banking & Finance; Capital Markets; Intellectual Property Rights; Taxation]
S. Jalan & Co
[Arbitration & Litigation; Banking & Finance; Corporate & Commercial]



CHENNAI

Anand, Abdul & Vinodh Associates
[Capital Market; Aviation; Banking & Finance; Maritime; Corporate & Commercial; Arbitration & Litigation]
King & Patridge
[Banking & Finance; Capital Markets; Arbitration & Litigation; Corporate & Commercial]
Surana & Surana International Attorneys
[Banking & Finance; Corporate & Commercial; Capital Markets; Arbitration & Litigation; Taxation]
Singhania & Co
[Corporate & Commercial; Arbitration; Intellectual Property Rights]
Dr. Kainth & Associates
[Capital Markets; Corporate & Commercial; Arbitration; Intellectual Property Rights]




BANGALORE

Dr. Kainth & Associates
[Capital Markets; Corporate & Commercial; Arbitration; Intellectual Property Rights]
King & Patridge
[Banking & Finance; Capital Markets; Arbitration & Litigation; Corporate & Commercial]
Thiru & Thiru
[Arbitration & Litigation; Banking & Finance; Corporate & Commercial; Capital Markets; Projects (Energy); Taxation]
Kochhar & Co
[Capital Markets; Corporate & Commercial; Arbitration & Litigation; Intellectual Property Rights; Projects (Infrastructure)]
Singhania & Co
[Banking & Finance; Capital Markets; Intellectual Property Rights; Taxation]
Dave & Girish & Co
[Arbitration & Litigation; Banking & Finance; Corporate & Commercial]

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11 comments on “Law Firm Specialization in India

  1. Hi

    It seems you have left the progressive, dynamic and aggressive firm of ALMT Legal from the Bangalore scene. This seems to be strange. May be you want to make some inquiries to verify facts about them.

    Uday

  2. RESPECTED SIR…AM A STUDENT OF B.A.B.L(HONOURS),AM VERY MUCH INTERESTED TO JOIN UR LAW FORM FOR INTERNHIP AT CHENNAI…PLZ DO ACCEPT MY REQUEST/THANKING YOU SIR

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  4. “ E-discovery – Indian laws need to witness sea changes and conversions to adapt to the new age of electronic information.”

    Paper documents were considered as the best documentary evidence in Indian courts for centuries. Today, documents are rarely handwritten. Most documents are created using personal computers or E-mail programs. Professionals rely upon personal computers to maintain diaries and to create their written communications. Most computer users have become prolific writers because of the convenience that computers provide. More documentary evidence exists today than ever before and it exists in a variety of electronically stored formats. However, a majority of computer-created documents are never printed on paper. Many are exchanged over the Internet and are read on the computer screen. Thus, the legal document discovery process has drastically changed as it relates to computer created documents.

    LAWYERS AND JUDGES are seeking production of the entire computer hard disk drives, floppy diskettes, zip disks and even cell phones and palm computer devices. These new forms of documentary evidence have broadened the potentials for legal discovery. Unfortunately, our legal system has not kept pace with computer technology and the new document discovery requirements and electronic data. Electronic documents and its discovery should change the way lawyers and the courts do business in India .

    Under the current legal system an increasing quantity of information relevant to civil and criminal cases is stored electronically , rather than on traditional paper form. Despite this development, there has been no widespread study or debate as to whether the provisions of our Criminal procedure code, Civil procedure code and Evidence act adequately address the difficult issues that frequently arise when evidence is stored in electronic form.

    We cannot assume that the same rules applicable to the discovery of traditional form of evidence can be applied to electronic data. I have great concern on this wrong assumption. We need to have simple but important changes in our existing laws to adapt to the new age of electronic information.

    We need to change our current legal system which is complex and outdated. We need laws that promote technology based services. Our existing discipline of law need to witness sea changes and conversions with the help of technology. Litigation support products/technology should evolve rapidly over the next few years and become part of our legal system more vital than they are today. They should be designed to prepare lawyers, law firms and legal departments to try a case, which includes interviewing witnesses, discovery of documents, document review, and case preparation. Litigation support services should help lawyers to reduce their costs, increase efficiency, and improve the quality of their work product so that they can focus on the practice of law.

    Vinod Kuriakose- vinodkuriakose@gmail.com

  5. hello, my name is naveen. i have done ll.m with corporate law specialisation. i am very much interested to work in any law firm in bangalore. i keenly requested to the employers of the law firm to provide an opportunity to show my talentedness. kindly reply.
    thanking you,
    naveen.

  6. @naveen.k.s

    Since you have done specialisation in corporate law, you can try for Amarchand Mangaldas, Wadia Ghandy or AZB Partners in Bangalore. All the 3 firms are top notch and will provide you ample opportunity to show your talent.

    You can also take a look at the list of law firms and try for other firms

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