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The influential All India Bar Association (AIBA) is set to recommend that the Indian government opens up its legal services market to foreign lawyers as India’s largest firm Fox Mandal Little revealed plans to launch in London. The firm’s announcement coincides with the end of a week-long visit by the AIBA to the UK, a […]

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