Business Law Regulation
Implementation and regulation of various laws and policies concerned with businesses in all economic sectors are of paramount importance for secured sustainability and desired development and prosperity. For these purposes there are diverse business law regulation acts in every country, apart from the company and corporate law, commercial law, taxation law, and laws relating to exports and imports and international business. Our discerning and reputed law firm with worldwide prominence provides the full-range of services regarding the business law implementation and regulation, along with all other supportive legal services to people and entities in diverse economic sectors in jurisdictions worldwide. Ours flawless and rigorous legal services cover all disciplines of the law and all areas of the legal practice, for great benefits of businesses in all sectors. Besides, swift services for domestic business law regulation, we also adroitly support our clients for their business management and regulation at international level worldwide, to facilitate and promote their international businesses.
Business Law Regulation in India
For punctual and perfect business law regulation in india, ours veteran and mellow legal professionals have been offering legal service regarding various business regulation acts, in every part of India. The most prominent and significant among these acts are - New Companies Act, 2013; Competition Act, 2002; FEMA, 1999; Foreign Trade (Development and Regulation) Act, 1992; SEBI Act, 1992; Industries (Development and Regulation) Act, 1951; Income Tax Act, 1961; Reserve bank of India Act, 1934; Contracts Act, 1872; Factories Act, 1948 and the Mines Act, 1952; Industrial Disputes Act, 1947 and the Trade Unions Act, 1926; and several other regulations of the Government of India issued from time to time. Ours these services to businesses in all sectors are in addition to the extensive range of legal services regarding the business and commercial law, intellectual property law and rights, maritime and admiralty law, real estate and construction law, pollution and environmental law, labor and employment law, alternative dispute resolution, international business laws, and so on.