Prime Legal: Revolutionizing the legal industry by augmenting the typical methods of advocacy

Intending to leave footprints in the society by offering integrated legal services with a blend of passion for law and flair of communication, Ayantika Mondal and Anik, co-founded a law firm. Prime Legal is the brainchild of Ayantika, the CEO and Anik, the COO, commenced to cater to the needs of legal advisory in different domains.

Incepted in 2009, Prime Legal is a professionally managed full-service Indian law firm that brings the touch of expertise and experience of over a decade. Comprehending the clients perspective and strategizing accordingly, has allowed them to touch millions of lives by being relevant in the domain. By ensuring a balanced blend of professional and personal attitude, the associates of the Firm are leaving no stone unturned to offer the clients with end-to-end services.

The law firm offers exclusive legal services for various projects across various sectors and practice areas. With the team of extensively experienced 24 lawyers, experts with dual qualifications of chartered accountants, company secretaries, cost accountants, MBAs and engineers, they are effectively resolving a wide range of legal and financial issues for their clientele.

Their exemplary services are drenched with technology, specialization, exclusive human resources and low overheads with affordable prices. The subsidiaries of the Firm are dispersed in different cities in India, Bangalore, New Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad and Kolkata as well as other states, providing one-stop window services for the domestic as well as global clients. Read More


District Legal Services Authority, Gurugram Police celebrate Road Safety Week in Gurugram

This drive was launched with the aim to create awareness about road safety and to urge people to follow traffic rules, thereby avoiding loss of life and property.

Present on the occasion was Narender Singh, Learned Chief Judicial Magistrate-cum-Secretary DLSA, Gurugram, Haryana, Jai Singh, ACP, Traffic police, Gurugram, other Senior Police Officials and Ola employees.

At the commemoration, Narender Singh, Learned Chief Judicial Magistrate-cum-Secretary DLSA, Gurugram, Haryana flagged off Ola cabs with child lock disablement stickers, designed to remind passengers to ensure disabling of the locks before the trip starts. To Read More


An App To Aid Litigants And Lawyers Making Legal Work Faster And Better

How many times have you heard someone tell you that they were wary of approaching a lawyer or a court to get justice? Chances are that you heard this countless times. People are generally wary of the long-winding, time-consuming and complicated processes involved in their search for justice.

The recently released India Justice Report says that one billion in India do not have access to justice. It is a fact that thousands of people grapple daily with confusing legal issues and get intimidated with the labyrinth of laws and processes involved. To Read More


Citing CAA, Karnataka HC Grants Bail To Bangladesh Woman

In the backdrop of the provision of the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), the Karnataka High Court has granted bail to Bangladeshi Christian woman accused of being an “illegal immigrant”.

A single-judge bench of justice John Michael Cunha observed there is prima facie material to show since 2002, the woman has been residing in India. And as a result, she deserves bail in the light of the amended section 2 of the Citizenship Act, 1995 through the CAA, 2019. To Read More.

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