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
  • TOKYO (Reuters) - Asian shares baulked at the starting gate on Friday but remained on track for a weekly gain, while crude oil prices pulled away from this week's 10-month lows.

  • TORONTO (Reuters) - Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc is providing a C$2 billion loan to Home Capital Group Inc and taking a 38 percent stake in the mortgage lender, a move which is pressuring short sellers who targeted the stock as Canada's housing market has turned riskier.

  • TOKYO (Reuters) - Toshiba Corp plans to ask regulators for an extension for filing its annual financial statement on Friday, the Yomiuri daily reported.

  • WASHINGTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - The 34 largest U.S. banks have all cleared the first stage of an annual stress test, showing they would be able to maintain enough capital in an extreme recession to meet regulatory requirements, the Federal Reserve said on Thursday.

  • (Reuters) - American Airlines' chief executive said on Thursday he is not "particularly excited" about Qatar Airways' interest in buying up to 10 percent of the U.S. carrier's shares, in a letter to employees following the state-owned Gulf airline's overture.

  • NEW YORK (Reuters) - Amazon.com Inc is looking to charge advertisers $2.8 million for packages that include 30-second spots during the Thursday night National Football League games it will stream live to its Prime customers this coming season, two people familiar with the matter told Reuters.

  • LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - The parent of Burger King and Tim Hortons on Thursday vowed to cut the use of antibiotics in its chicken supply, joining other major fast-food chain operators in the battle against the rise of dangerous antibiotic-resistant bacteria known as superbugs.

  • WASHINGTON (Reuters) - While antitrust experts expect Amazon.com Inc's bid for Whole Foods Market Inc to win regulatory approval, some critics argue the deal should be blocked because it gives the online retailer a nearly unstoppable head start toward domination of online grocery delivery.

  • PARIS (Reuters) - Airbus sales chief John Leahy, one of the dominant figures of modern aviation, hinted on Thursday he would retire this autumn, as he wrapped up what he said would be his last air show by revealing a few precious negotiating tricks.

  • WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. financial regulators and lawmakers who appeared at a congressional hearing on Thursday generally agreed that the Volcker rule, which restricts banks' ability to make bets with their own money, needs to be reconsidered.