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publicationsLegal India has vast Network of dedicated litigation Lawyer all across the country which deals with Corporate, Labour, Civil and Criminal litigation at all levels and all forums. Being empanelled lawyers for various national/multi national corporations. As a policy we evaluate the risks and costs of litigation and portray a fair picture of post litigation scenario to let the client decide beforehand whether to proceed or not. We are recognized for our strength of litigation. Our litigators have extensive experience in defending and representing clients in all procedures of civil and criminal trial, administrative litigation and appellate proceeding.

These are the fields in which  Lawyers and Law Firms of Legal India are Practicing….

Civil Law: Property Disputes, Family Disputes, Divorce, Recovery and any other Civil Disputes.

Criminal Law: Cheque Bouncing (Sec 138), Defamation, Cheating and Forgery, Tresspass, Defamation and any other Criminal Disputes…

Disputes arising from Intellectual Property Right (IPR) – Trade Marks, Patents, Copy Rights, Domain Disputes, Geographical Indication, etc.

Disputes arising from Company Law, Share division disputes

Disputes arising from Labour Law, Compensation, Service Matters,

Consumer Law Disputes, Disputes in Lok Adalat

 

Courts and Tribunals covered by the Network Lawyers:

Supreme Court of India.
High Courts of India.
District Court, Session Court, Munsif Courts, Metropolitan Courts, Special Courts, etc.
District Consumer Forum, State Consumer Forum, National Consumer Forum.
Debt Recovering Tribunal (DRT), Debt Recovery Appeallate Tribunal (DRAT).
Telecom and Cable Operators Disputes Tribunal (TDSAT & TRAI).
Central Adminstrative Tribunal (CAT).
Sales Tax Tribunals, FEMA, FERA etc.
Custom, Excise and Gold Tribunals (CEGAT).
Provident Fund Appeallate Tribunal (PFAT).
School Tribunal, Electricity Tribunals.
Lok Adalats & Special Courts
Arbitration Courts.
Any other Forums Tribunals and Commission…..


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