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Can LPC providers justify such high fees?

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Indian liberalisation comes closer with LLP Act

Indian and UK lawyers have cautiously welcomed the first legislative step towards liberalisation of the Indian legal profession. The Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) Act 2008 was passed by Indian Parliament at the end of 2008. While the Bar Council of India would need input on the specifics of law firm LLPs, the framework is now […]

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