The Indian Legal System has disrepute of being tardy, laggard or sluggish due to the amount of pending cases in our courts. Since independence, many efforts have been made to tackle anomalies plaguing our system. It is for this reason that India required dynamic innovations—Innovations in the form of Legal Start-up(s) aimed at bringing efficiency
The Indian Legal System has disrepute of being tardy, laggard or sluggish due to the amount of pending cases in our courts. Since independence, many efforts have been made to tackle anomalies plaguing our system. It is for this reason that India required dynamic innovations—Innovations in the form of Legal Start-up(s) aimed at bringing efficiency and effectiveness to our system. With the constant rise in establishments, parallel increases in legal hubs have also become cardinal. This leads us to introduce you to the Top 10 legal start-ups:
Founded and incorporated by Roma Priya (an experienced lawyer in Investment) in 2015 along with SmritiTipirneni, Burgeon Bizssuport is a startup based out of Delhi. It aims to provide legal services with focus on Investment Structuring for companies in their nascent stage. They have assisted in over 100 deals within a short span including Series – A funding rounds with leading angel investors.
Founded by Gigi Joseph and BinoyChacko, CompaniesInn.com is an online legal service company which was started in 2008. This idea was conceived by them after the Ministry of Corporate Affairs notified compulsory online registration of companies in 2006. Their first client was Flipkart.com and till date they have registered more than 12,000 companies and LLP’s across India. CompaniesInn.com uses Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to keep their records intact and process’s running.
Founder and CEO Santosh Kumar Kushawaha incorporated the company in 2016. It is based out of Delhi-NCR and aims to provide legal and financial services across all the domains via a team of experienced Chartered Accountants, Company Secretaries and Advocates. They offer plethora of services ranging from financial, marketing and legal consultancy.
Founded in 2014 by Krishna Grandhi, an Attorney-at-law and Patent Attorney in U.S.A.Mr.Grandhi is also a practicing advocate at Hyderabad. Initially, the company dealt in matters only related to Intellectual Property Rights but eventually it expanded into a multidisciplinary law firm.Currently, it offers services in corporate advisory, commercial transactions, media & entertainment, and corporate commercial litigation practices. GLC is now recognized as a top-end law firm that provides top notch essential services to its clients.
Amit Goel is the founder and CEO of the company. The company aims to provide online legal services to its clients by providing legal consultation over phone. The purpose is to get their legal queries answered by competent lawyers without wasting time, energy and money. They have a team of highly experienced members in programming, legal, user experience, product management and strategy.
Gagan Kumar after having being worked for KPMG and Amarchand Mangaldas conceptualized and started this organisation in 2011. It is headquartered in New Delhi and aims to provide tax litigation or quality tax advice to its clients. It offers competitive prices at which its client’s can easily afford its services. Krishnomics has also become part of the global network of law firms ‘The Lawyers Network’.
Santosh Kumar Shammana is the CEO of the company which came into being in 2015. He envisioned LICIT as a platform providing online legal solutions for advocates and clients. With a team of 12 highly skilled employees, LICIT offers key services which includes Incorporation, Registration, Notary on Wheels and Online Documentation and services related to family laws, criminal laws, civil and corporate laws.
ManmeetSingh, founded the company in 2015 to dispense company and trademark registration services to its clientele. QuickCompany is known to have delivered registrations to over 15,000 plus companies. Being the first in its kind, they have attracted many funders such as Accenture and Matrix.
Chintan Chinappa, Mahesh Arkalgud, and Poornachandra Pattar are the founding partners. In due course,VaishnaviBhaskaran joined the Bangalore based start-up in 2015. The quartet’s main agenda was to bestow quality and speedy services at cost effective price while maintaining integrity at all times. Their clientele is spread across India Chennai, Mumbai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Pune etc which distinguishes their services from the other start-ups.
A Delhi based online service providing company was set up by Meena Bansal in 2016. It promises to deliver all the answers to queries related to trade mark. It envisions to dispense these services at the most economical rates with hassle free registration process at “just one click”. Meena Bansal said it aims “to offer a user friendly interface to make brand protection easy like never before.”
The firm is expert in advising investors, including issuers and underwriters, on structured bonds, public debt issuance and buybacks, the Capital Markets team manages a high volume of IPOs, usually on behalf of selling shareholders.
I often see people having stereotypical mindset that they say laws always favours Women. There are more Women centric laws. Yes, I can accept that to certain extent. The fact has to be accepted that not all laws are blindly women centric. There laws give them only a paramount of protection since for years they have been the oppressed class.
A divorce procedure, according to the Indian Legal framework, in a general sense, starts with the filing of a divorce petition. The way where this whole method of divorce in India works begins at the point at which the divorce petition is filed by one of the parties related with the divorce procedure and notice of that is served to another party.