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Saraswat & Co.

Saraswat & Co.

Lucknow, India

Intellectual Property, Corporate & Business Law Firm

Phone+91 522 4071771

Saraswat & Co. comprises a team of legal professionals having experience in a range of industries such as software and technology, automobile, banking, telecom, construction, franchise, pharmaceuticals and real estate etc. Within these and other industries, our attorneys focus on...

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M. V. Kini & Co.

M. V. Kini & Co.

Lucknow, India

India Intellectual Property and Corporate Law Firm

Phone+91 522 4068211

M. V. Kini & Co. is one of the largest legal chains in India with over 150 lawyers serving in Delhi, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Pune, Allahabad, Chandigarh and Lucknow — and with associates throughout India, the United States and in Europe for good measure.

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  • Rallymark Legal

    Lucknow, India

    Commercial and Corporate Law Firm, Lucknow, India

    Phone +91 9838597775

    RallyMark Legal, Advocates and Legal Consultants ("RallyMark") is a commercial and corporate law firm engaged in providing legal services in all areas of laws, regulations and policies.; Our experienced team of professionals is committed to guide our clients by providing them customized legal...

  • Neeraj Associates

    Lucknow, India

    Full-Service Legal Firm in Lucknow, India

    Phone +91 93 35025710

    Neeraj Associates is a work oriented law firm and provides high quality legal services. It was founded in the year 2005 with a specific objective and goals to provide legal services in North Indian Region.; Neeraj Associates is specializing in the Corporate, Dispute Resolution (Criminal and Civil),...


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Antitrust Law

Antitrust law is based on the notion that the economy functions best when competitors have limits for permitted activities. It is a philosophy that favors the free market, but places reasonable limits on the activities of businesses participating in the marketplaces.