Practice Area

Our specialization is international trade law, commercial arbitration, insurance, corporate taxation, corporate restructuring and drafting of agreements. We are providing legal services to various clients since 1996. The areas of expertise also include the following:

 

  • Life and non-life insurance
  • Recovery proceedings under banking laws
  • Service Tribunals and Labor Courts/NIRC
  • Taxation/Tax Planning
  • Legal Documentation/Drafting
  • Constitutional Petitions
  • Civil & Criminal Litigation
  • Trademark, Patent, Design, & Copyright Law

 

Our practice capabilities/legal experience is broad to cater our clients. We are committed to provide exceptional quality of legal services assuring consistent quality, effectiveness and reasonable economy in legal work. To fulfill this commitment, we have merged the experience and expertise of our lawyers, together with advanced computer technologies, to best serve our clients.

 

Reuters: Business News

Reuters News
  • WASHINGTON (Reuters) - As the United States, Canada and Mexico kick off negotiations on Wednesday to modernize the North American Free Trade Agreement, the biggest uncertainty is whether a deal can pass President Donald Trump's "America First" test.

  • (Reuters) - U.S. stocks opened higher on Wednesday morning ahead of the latest Federal Reserve's minutes, which will offer investors clues on future interest rake hikes this year.

  • SLOUGH, England (Reuters) - Reckitt Benckiser is betting on connected consumer products as part of a push to show investors its innovative approach can still drive growth.

  • FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Air Berlin's chief executive blamed long delays in the opening of a new Berlin airport for the German airline's insolvency in an interview published by Germany's Die Zeit.

  • COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - Denmark's A.P. Moller Maersk gave an upbeat outlook for container shipping on Wednesday, lifting its shares by as much as 4.5 percent as investors looked beyond one-off second-quarter charges and a costly cyber attack on its operations.

  • NEW YORK (Reuters) - UnitedHealth Group Inc said on Wednesday president David Wichmann will become the company's chief executive, succeeding Stephen Hemsley, who is moving to the newly created role of executive chairman after more than a decade at the helm of the largest U.S. health insurer.

  • WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump on Wednesday criticized Amazon.com on Twitter over taxes and jobs and accused the global retailer, without offering evidence, of hurting U.S. localities and causing job losses.

  • LONDON (Reuters) - Nestle risked an outbreak of consumer mockery on Wednesday by launching new versions of its popular Walnut Whip candies lacking the nutty ingredient after which they are named.

  • SAN FRANCISCO/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Fiat Chrysler will join an alliance led by BMW to develop self-driving cars, intensifying a race by carmakers and technology companies to develop "robotaxis" which can be called up via smartphone and paid for by the minute.

  • HONG KONG (Reuters) - Mergers and acquisitions by Chinese companies in countries that are part of the Belt and Road initiative are soaring, even as Beijing cracks down on China's acquisitive conglomerates to restrict capital outflows.